First, Mark Schiff talks about living cheap - and living comfortably. Then, he and Dom reflect on their relationship, and they talk clean and dirty comics. Next, Dan Rosenberg goes from Jewish names for kids to renting overly helpful automobiles - he admits he doesn't do segues. Dane Cook drops in and talks about his film career and vacationing in Mexico with Jamie. Finally, Sebastian takes the stage and points out oddness at Starbucks and more, before revealing the secrets of a man's mind. Mark Schiff
When Mark was 12, his parents took him to a nightclub. There, live on stage, was Rodney Dangerfield doing his act. At that moment, he knew the path he had to follow. Mark has headlined in all the major casinos and clubs across the country, and he has appeared many times on both The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman. He has starred in both HBO and Showtime specials, and has been the featured act at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Dan Rosenberg
Since beginning in Pittsburgh, Dan has done over 2,000 comedy-club performances across the country, from Los Angeles to New York. He can also be heard as a regular guest on radio shows nationwide, and his comedy clips are featured on XM and SIRIUS Satellite radio. In 2006 he marked his sixth performance at the annual Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Dan's newest book, The Book on Hosting: How Not to Suck as an Emcee, is now available. Sebastian
Sebastian is one of today's hottest rising comedians. He began his comedy journey at home, using dinner time as his stage. He got his first taste of stand-up in 1994, when he won a comedy contest at his alma mater, Northern Illinois University. Sebastian's first big break came with a national TV appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. He can now be seen in Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Tour.
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