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Cobb's Comedy Club
at Lombard 915 Columbus Ave San Francisco, CA 94133
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I advise going early, just so that everything is figure out ahead of time, you do not want to have any confusion while the show is about to start!
Comedian Bill Bellamy info Aug 30 2014 star this tip starred
Elizabeth Walsh
The food was barely edible and way overpriced for what you get.
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Breuer is best known as a well-loved cast member of “Saturday Night Live” for three seasons – 1995 through 1997. During his time at “SNL”, Breuer was probably best known for his original character, “Goat Boy” and his Joe Pesci impression on the recurring, “Joe Pesci Show.”

Fall of 2002 was a busy time for Breuer as he launched his national comedy show “Jim Breuer: The Lighten Up Tour.” “The Lighten Up Tour,” follows in the steps of the unique formula seen his hugely successful Comedy Central special “Hard Core” which blended Jim’s hilarious stand-up with his love for heavy metal music. “The Lighten Up Tour” will take Jim all across the country where he will be accompanied by his own live hard rock band. Following the tour, Comedy Central released Jim’s comedy CD titled “Smoke ‘n’ Breu,” as well as the DVD of “Hard Core.”

Breuer has been featured on many network and cable television showcases, including “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Friday Night,” “Last Call with Carson Daly,” and MTV’s “TRL.” In addition, Jim served as host on Comedy Central’s, “Premium Blend” series and guest hosted NBC’s “Later” and Fox Sports’ “Best Damn Sports Show Period.” He also had his own half-hour show at MTV entitled, “The Jim Breuer Show,” and has done two Comedy Central specials: “Pulp Comics” and more recently “Hard Core,” which premiered on Comedy Central on April 21, 2002 as part of an entire day dedicated to Jim’s work. Breuer’s feature film credits include Universal Picture’s hit comedy “Half-Baked” and Phoenix Pictures’, “Dick.”