Comedian Bobby Lee of MADtv at the Improv
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Featured review from Josh Barrie
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Bobby Lee is CRAZY!!! I didn't expect him to be this wild/nuts! Although I'd have appreciated a little less outright swearing, it was generally a pretty funny show. I mean, yeah, SOME swearing is funny, especially at the right moments -- but when every other word is of the 4-letter variety, it wears thin. The opening act wasn't all that great, though the woman was pretty funny. Not the best I've seen, but definitely not the worse. Overall, I'd say go see him!
Though I must admit, it WAS super-freakin' cool of him to come out before AND after the show and literally mingle with everyone. He said he would stay after until he got to talk to everyone who wanted to and take pictures with anyone, and he did! Cool guy.
Bobby Lee is a Korean-American comedian. Discovered at a junior college in San Diego, he was then spotted by Pauly Shore, who asked him to open for him in Las Vegas. He was a long-time cast member on on MADtv. Among his recurring characters was the Average Asian, who grows increasingly aggravated at stereotypes of Asians, and an impersonation of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il. His most famous character, however, is Bae Sung, the Korean-Japanese-Chinese-American, who claims be multilingual, but in actuality speaks the "Dumb-ass language".