Joey Medina, a Puerto Rican who was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, is one of the freshest and funniest comedians around today. Joey spent most of his teen years perfecting his boxing skills that would one day earn him a State Championship as a Professional and a shot at the world title before becoming a heavy-hitter in the comedy arena. Joey is a veteran of over 50 television appearances including his own SHOWTIME Comedy Special, titled Joey Medina: Taking Off The Gloves.
Every Fri & Sat night Flappers Comedy Club- Burbank presents live Comedy Entertainment right in the heart of Downtown Burbank, the Entertainment Capital of the world. Flappers is located at the corner of First and Magnolia. We have plenty of of Free Parking all over downtown and Lots of Laughs. Shows will run with major headliners every Friday and Saturday Night at 8 and 10pm. We have a Two Item Minimum (Any Combination of Food or Drink) We are a Full Full Restaurant Menu including Rib Eye Steak and Salmon, Lots of Salads, as well as delicious Wood Fired Pizzas, Mini Burgers Sliders, Gourmet Mac And Cheese Bar, Desserts and Appetizers. Come out and enjoy our fun and casual atmosphere all with a 1920s vibe. Lets just say we are "Still Celebrating the Repeal of Prohibition " Food Menu Available online. Pre-Purchase tickets suggested.
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Host/MC George Gray WEAKEST LINK HOST, EXTREME GONG SHOW SHOW,
Gray's first in-studio show was Extreme Gong, an updated version of The Gong Show, on GSN in the late 1990s. He also hosted the first season of the American version of Junkyard Wars, which was nominated for a prime-time Emmy. Gray was chosen in 2001 by NBC Enterprises to host the daily syndicated American version of the game show The Weakest Link, which aired from 2002 to 2003. TV critic Steve Rogers likened Gray's hosting style to the demeanor of a "class clown", in contrast to the "severe schoolmarm" attitude of original Weakest Link host Anne Robinson. After hosting the reality series Todd TV on FX and the GSN special National Lampoon's Greek Games, in late 2004, Gray went on to become the co-host of NBC's $25 Million Dollar Hoax, and the host of ESPN's reality sports competition I'd Do Anything. WEBSITE | BOOK