Jim Florentine tells Dom his very first joke, and shares his memories of shows he's done with Dom over the years. Then, Al Del Bene promotes dating among audience members. Mike Marino explains why you should make the LAPD work for it when they give you a ticket. Finally, Gary Gulman says Jews are behind the greatest inventions and comedy. Jim Florentine:
Originally from New Jersey, Jim regularly performs at stand-up clubs around the country, but is probably best known for voicing "Special Ed" and "Bobby Fletcher" on Comedy Central's Crank Yankers. He's also a frequent guest on The Howard Stern Show and a co-host of Miserable Men on Sirius Satellite Radio's Howard 101. The undisputed master of phone manipulation, he made four Terrorizing the Telemarketers comedy albums with Don Jamieson. Al Del Bene:
Aside from his 10 years of stand-up comedy experience, Al has performed in numerous films, TV shows, and live theater productions. He was recently seen in Dane Cook's Tourgasm on HBO, and he received rave reviews for his work at the NYC International Fringe Festival. Al can also be heard online in his hilarious 2 Lazy 2 Type podcast. Mike Marino:
Affectionately known among his fans as "New Jersey's Bad Boy", this Garden State native entered the world of theater at an early age. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Mike went on to appear in over 200 national TV commercials. He has also appeared in many TV shows, including Frasier and Party of Five. Gary Gulman:
Boston's Gary Gulman is best known for his success on NBC's Last Comic Standing. He's appeared on many TV shows, including Dane Cook's Tourgasm, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and The Late Show with David Letterman. He released his first CD in 2005 and starred in a one-hour TV special, Gary Gulman: Boyish Man.
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