Comedian John Pinette Brings the Laughs to Cobb's
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The last date listed for John Pinette was Sunday March 10, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Laurie
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John is clearly a seasoned comic and it is comforting to know that you are in the hands of a professional when listening to him. With that said, I didn't actually think his routine about buying toasters was all that great. When he got to jokes about food and weight, they were much funnier - and he ended on a real high note. I'm guessing he has funnier routines than the one we saw - but it was still good - and much better than comedians who are rude and crass and have to talk about sex, alcohol, drugs or bodily functions in order to get a cheap laugh. Also, if you don't like that type of comedian who keeps his voice high and kind of "yells", then John isn't really for you.
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OMG, this guy is so funny . . . tears were rolling down my face as I was laughing so much. Loved how he was trying out new material and it took a bit for it to get rolling, but when it did we were along for the hilarious ride.
Comedian John Pinette's Comedy Central special I'm Starvin' was one of the network's biggest hits in 2009, and was later released as a successful DVD. He's also been seen on the final episode of Seinfeld, in Broadway's Hairspray and as a series regular on Parker Lewis Can't Lose.