D.L. Hughley (Original Kings of Comedy, The Hughleys)
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Parlor Live Comedy Club presents a double bill of stand-up with Jamie Lee and Andrew Schulz. Named one of the "Top 18 Women You Should Be Following on Twitter" by the Huffington Post, Lee has performed stand-up on Conan, was a semi-finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing, co-hosted the first annual Critics Choice Awards for VH1.com and written for TV shows including Rob Dyrdek's Ridiculousness. With his edgy, street-smart comedy about dating and everyday life, New York stand-up comic Andrew Schulz has become one of the most familiar faces on MTV and MTV2. He's one of the stars of MTV2's record-breaking hit series Guy Code, and has also starred in the show's spinoff Girl Code, the mock trial show Guy Court and the dating series The Hook Up, which he hosted. Learn More
If you have disabilities that prevent you from being able to stand for long periods ... do NOT waste your money on this place! There are lots of other places in the area who host comedy shows, too ... who don't treat their customers that way!Comedian Tommy Davidson info • Mar 14 2014 star this tip starred
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D.L.'s act surprised me, and not in a good way. I assumed that someone with his years of experience would have fresher, "tighter" material than he did. Some of his observations were funny, but some hit the crowd with a thud.
The first part of his routine was about the usual, unoriginal topics, including several about "kids today," which made him see like kind-of a grumpy old dude. He then spent the second half of his time working the crowd for material: asking people if they were married (and for how long) and what they did for a living.
At one point, he got to a young, obviously single guy. They guy, unemployed, repeatedly said he had no idea what kind of job he wanted. Then D.L. asked him about his "date," who turned out to be his mom! This was probably both the saddest *and* funniest moment of his time onstage.
He then apologized profusely for embarrassing the guy in front of his mother, and offered him comped tickets to his shows anytime (not that he'd want to go, after that). But he couldn't help himself: the comedian won out, and he kept making jokes. Asked the unemployed guy's mom what she does for a living; she replied "Homemaker." D.L.'s response: "At least you have company." Everyone groaned and laughed at the same time.
On the plus side, he didn't stoop to really blue material and he looked super sharp, wearing one of the most beautiful suits I've ever seen. If only his act were as memorable.