A lot good advice from a comedy capo.

#SF80s. Written by Megh Wright

[An interesting essay on Bay Area’s own Mr. Williams. It’s a solid pondering (with cool vids and links) on why Robin isn’t more revered by peers, nerds and critics. Article written by Justin Gray]

[I’m a little late but nonetheless intrigued by the widely revered comedian’s second foray into Oscar hosting. It always seemed disastrous when overly sensitive institutions picked iconoclastic satirists (e.g. Chris Rock or Seth McFarlane) to rough them up a bit — on censored television no less! DeGeneres seems like a better wit-fit considering that actors aren’t good with roughplay. But what do I know? I don’t even have a television.]

[Sammy’s record-shattering endeavor continues to garner attention, this time from the good folds at SplitSider, whom interviews the BayBoy in the crux of history.]

[Native].

Jesse Thorn and His Talented Friends Are Going on a Boat Trip and You’re Invited (via Splitsider)
[Noted Native, Jesse Thorn, is turning water into wine and wine into urine, which translates into some pretty hefty partying. The comedy portion alone looks insane, and if you’re of a noble bank account ($690), go get nautical. Also, please bring me with you.]

Jesse Thorn and His Talented Friends Are Going on a Boat Trip and You’re Invited (via Splitsider)

[Noted Native, Jesse Thorn, is turning water into wine and wine into urine, which translates into some pretty hefty partying. The comedy portion alone looks insane, and if you’re of a noble bank account ($690), go get nautical. Also, please bring me with you.]

Everybody’s favorite pink-bow-tied television program recently made a live reunion at SF Sketchfest 2013. Read up the deets courtesy of Robin Hardwick.