"I don’t know what’s the big deal about gay marriage. Gay dudes could get married before, they just had to marry ladies… [and] fuck dudes on the side."

— FC Sierra @ Lost Weekend Video [Paraphrase]

"I don’t know what’s the big deal about gay marriage. Gay dudes could get married before, they just had to marry ladies… [and] fuck dudes on the side."

— FC Sierra @ Lost Weekend Video [Paraphrase]

9/21. Barry Sobel’s Skype Show @ Great American Music Hall. 859 O’Farrell St. SF. 8PM. $15. Featuring Bonnie McFarlane, Myq Kaplan, Mark Normand, Brandon Wardell, Steve Post, Drew Platt, F.C. Sierra, and David Studebaker. 

Interstellar blast; Barry Sobel is back to save the universe!
Bay Area Comic Legend and Pop Culture Icon, Barry Sobel returns to his stand-up comedy roots in the Bay… and introduces a new form of entertainment, The Skype Show.
Sobel, host of The 3 Minute Talk Show, produced by Tom Hanks and currently seen on Hulu, will be performing live in concert, along with his favorite comedians from SF. Plus dropping in via Skype, comedians from all around the world!
Hot off an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Sobel returns to his favorite all-time venue, for one night only, Sept 21 9PM at The Great American Music Hall. Along with Barry. David Studebaker, Drew Platt, Steve Post, and FC Sierra.

[I can say, without a shadow of a doubt, that there’s nothing like the Skype Show. Surging through Barry’s idiosyncratic pallet, affable energy and internet connection, it places comedy in thrilling peril from an application of convenience. It’s amazing to see so much commitment spoken into the void of a web camera, and entertaining to see the host (and cast of characters) scramble against the inherent technical difficulties.]

9/21. Barry Sobel’s Skype Show @ Great American Music Hall. 859 O’Farrell St. SF. 8PM. $15. Featuring Bonnie McFarlane, Myq Kaplan, Mark Normand, Brandon Wardell, Steve Post, Drew Platt, F.C. Sierra, and David Studebaker

Interstellar blast; Barry Sobel is back to save the universe!

Bay Area Comic Legend and Pop Culture Icon, Barry Sobel returns to his stand-up comedy roots in the Bay… and introduces a new form of entertainment, The Skype Show.

Sobel, host of The 3 Minute Talk Show, produced by Tom Hanks and currently seen on Hulu, will be performing live in concert, along with his favorite comedians from SF. Plus dropping in via Skype, comedians from all around the world!

Hot off an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Sobel returns to his favorite all-time venue, for one night only, Sept 21 9PM at The Great American Music Hall. Along with Barry. David Studebaker, Drew Platt, Steve Post, and FC Sierra.

[I can say, without a shadow of a doubt, that there’s nothing like the Skype Show. Surging through Barry’s idiosyncratic pallet, affable energy and internet connection, it places comedy in thrilling peril from an application of convenience. It’s amazing to see so much commitment spoken into the void of a web camera, and entertaining to see the host (and cast of characters) scramble against the inherent technical difficulties.]


"I’m not sure if I’m seeing "hipsters" or wizards who don’t know how to dress like Muggles."

- F.C. Sierra on sidewalk confusion @ Amnesia [Paraphrase]

"I’m not sure if I’m seeing "hipsters" or wizards who don’t know how to dress like Muggles."

- F.C. Sierra on sidewalk confusion @ Amnesia [Paraphrase]

12/14. Fresh Like Cadaver (Invaders From Mars) @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. 8PM. $10. Featuring Matt Louv, Kate Willett, F.C. Sierra and Vince Mancini and Jordan Morris. Hosted by Andre Parker. 


FRESH LIKE CADAVER! is a horror themed, LIVE movie riffing comedy show in the spirit of Mystery Science Theater 3000 held at The Cinecave “Micro-Theater” located in the basement of Lost Weekend Video in The Mission District of San Francisco.
Our next show is FRIDAY December 14TH AT 8PM featuring comedians KATE WILLETT ( COBB’S Comedy Club, The Mission Position on radiovalencia.fm) and F.C. SIERRA (The Eric Show, Get Yucked Up) followed by a live riffing of the movie INVADERS FROM MARS by VINCE MANCINI ( FilmDrunk.com, Purple Onion) and MATT LOUV (The Friend Zone, Sylvan Productions ) and Hosted by ANDRE PARKER
~~CHEAP BOOZE~~
((((((((***ALL DRINKS AT THE BAR ARE UNDER $5 BUCKS WITH 1$ SNACKS AND CANDY FOR THE WEAK AND HUNGRY***))))))))))))))
ADVANCE TIX CAN BE PURCHASED AT LOST WEEKEND VIDEO 1034 VALENCIA STREET ( @ 21ST ) FOR 10$

12/14. Fresh Like Cadaver (Invaders From Mars) @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. 8PM. $10. Featuring Matt Louv, Kate Willett, F.C. Sierra and Vince Mancini and Jordan Morris. Hosted by Andre Parker. 

FRESH LIKE CADAVER! is a horror themed, LIVE movie riffing comedy show in the spirit of Mystery Science Theater 3000 held at The Cinecave “Micro-Theater” located in the basement of Lost Weekend Video in The Mission District of San Francisco.

Our next show is FRIDAY December 14TH AT 8PM featuring comedians KATE WILLETT ( COBB’S Comedy Club, The Mission Position on radiovalencia.fm) and F.C. SIERRA (The Eric Show, Get Yucked Up) followed by a live riffing of the movie INVADERS FROM MARS by VINCE MANCINI ( FilmDrunk.com, Purple Onion) and MATT LOUV (The Friend Zone, Sylvan Productions ) and Hosted by ANDRE PARKER

~~CHEAP BOOZE~~

((((((((***ALL DRINKS AT THE BAR ARE UNDER $5 BUCKS WITH 1$ SNACKS AND CANDY FOR THE WEAK AND HUNGRY***))))))))))))))

ADVANCE TIX CAN BE PURCHASED AT LOST WEEKEND VIDEO 1034 VALENCIA STREET ( @ 21ST ) FOR 10$


"Jesus saves… because he’s cheap. What. A. Jew."

- F.C. Sierra @ Kimball’s Carnaval [Paraphrase]

"Jesus saves… because he’s cheap. What. A. Jew."

- F.C. Sierra @ Kimball’s Carnaval [Paraphrase]

"Word of advice, don’t burn bridges. Second word of advice, don’t build bridges out of flammable materials."

— F.C. Sierra @ La Rocca’s [Paraphrase]

F.C. Sierra by Andrew Moore

F.C. Sierra by Andrew Moore

"You have gay friends if you live San Francisco, unless you don’t want to" - F. C. Sierra 

"You have gay friends if you live San Francisco, unless you don’t want to" - F. C. Sierra 

"I’m not an arsonist, I just like the smell of burning houses… and people"

— F.C. Sierra @ Dirty Trix