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Written by Rob Schultz (human).


  1. Attend MaxFunCon over and over.
  2. Make new friends
  3. Start a standup comedy show with and for new friends.
Jason Van Glass and I started a new show.  We wanted more cool shows at which to perform, and I noticed that there's a park in Burbank that has a great big flood lamp pointed at nothing.  Something had to be shot there, or performed there, or both.
Look at this.  How could you not want to perform there?

So we did it.  Didn't have to build a thing, and they came!  About 30 of 'em, which is great for a first show upwards of 2 miles north of comics' comfort zone, and just about every one of 'em stayed for the whole show, which is even more impressive.

I said some things.  I didn't record it, and I don't remember all of it.  Or, I do, but I don't think it'd make good reading. The jokes turned into laughs.  Plenty of people had great sets.  Plenty of people need to learn to speak into a megaphone.  Yes, a megaphone.  Your regular comedy show has some wimpy microphone.  This is way bigger.

Your hosts.

Anyhow, it was such a success we're doing it again.   Really, how do you look at this and not want to put on a show?