Andrea Nittoli marvels at all the skinny L.A. people, gives some advice to men, and reveals to Dom that Joe Pesci is her godfather. Then, Kyle Kinane takes the mic and talks about observing himself living. Dom says he has soft hands. Finally, Modi attacks the French, excessive bodybuilding, and doing Jewish jokes in Germany. And then Dom and Modi start singing. Andrea Nittoli
Born in Newark, New Jersey, Andrea is a comedian and a singer - she made her singing debut at age 4 at Carnegie Hall. Her father, Alfred Nittoli, is an actor and a songwriter who wrote "Here's to the Band", recorded by Frank Sinatra; her mother wrote "Lovin' Things", recorded by the Grass Roots. Kyle Kinane
Kyle began performing in Chicago, where he became one of the city's premier alternative comedians before moving to L.A. He recently appeared in the BBC's The World Stand Ups and at the Vancouver Comedy Festival. Kyle quit performing in America after Genny Cream Ale was discontinued. Modi
Voted one of the Top 10 Comedians in New York City by the Hollywood Reporter and BackStage, Modi has emerged as one of the comedy circuit's hottest talents. He has been selected numerous times to perform at the Montreal Comedy Festival and returned in 2004 to appear with Tim Allen in the Just for Laughs Gala. He has also appeared on The Sopranos, Tough Crowd with Collin Quinn, and The USO Tour Live from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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