Science Comedian – the Heat in Arizona

I had a fan­tas­tic time per­form­ing at the Sacra­men­to Com­e­dy Spot this past Fri­day.  We had a packed house in an inti­mate room – and they were just the per­fect science-loving crowd.  Or, I should say, science-comedy-loving crowd.

The open­ing act was the hilar­i­ous­ly geeky Nick Pet­ti­grew (link is to a pre­vi­ous set of his), and I did a whop­ping hour and forty min­utes, includ­ing some Q&A.  I’ll be putting more clips online soon.  Here’s the first.

My fever-dream inspired by the unbear­able heat of an Ari­zona sum­mer.  Some might fan­ta­size of biki­nis and water sports; I can only imag­ine glob­al dev­as­ta­tion, muta­tion, human extinc­tion…

Link:  Sci­ence Come­di­an Bri­an Mal­ow – 125 Degrees

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  • Joel

    10:31 am
    Oct-27-2010
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