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King King Hollywood
6555 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
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5 events
4 reviews
13 stars
I noticed $5 parking on Wilcox not quite a block East from KingKing. Street parking may be possible for the patient or lucky, but probably unlikely.
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Christina Kaoh
11 events
8 reviews
0 stars
No food, just drinks for purchase. But the bartender informed us you could bring food in!!
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"Robotic Chocolate"
10 ratings
4.2 average rating
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38 events
34 reviews
2 stars
attended May 01 2011

This comedy show was unlike any other that I have seen. The actors were all very professional. They were over the top with a few of the routines they did. We really had an entertaining evening.

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134 events
16 reviews
8 stars
attended Apr 17 2011

The show was good nad entertaining. The only problem is was supposed to start at 7pm but didn't really start till 7:45.

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65 events
7 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 17 2011

Some very funny moments (maybe 30 - 40%), some very unfunny (60 - 70%). Mostly scatological humor (it's probably a cultural thing). House music while waiting for things to start (about 30 minutes late) was painfully loud (like jet plane takeoff...continued

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Check out the Slow Children Crossing website.
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Slow Children Crossing is armed with today’s landscape of intoxicated celebrities, vulnerable regimes, and reality show madness. Robotic Chocolate, their newest show, sets the comedic roller coaster in motion with a healthy dose of real life. Mixing multimedia with live sketches, the group creates a party-like atmosphere as they lampoon everyone from Qaddafi to the president. Consisting of two men, three women, and an assortment of guest players, the group brings a new voice to the sketch world with their slightly crooked perspective. Picture this: naked animals, midgets, dancing nuns, parties at Charlie Sheen’s house! These hip comedians go for broke in this 90-minute set.

If you are the type to laugh at funerals and sex-ed classes, than this is the show for you. Inappropriate humor for all! (As long as you’re age 21 or older.)