"Bad Advice" is a show where a panel of comics takes questions on any subject at all and, being completely untrained and unqualified, proceeds to give help to the helpless. In addition to answering questions, we take crazy news stories from around the world and offer advice to those that were too stupid to ask for themselves. It's raw, not for the easily offended, and always funny. Come watch very funny people doing what they do best.
Listen to past episodes of "Bad Advice" at http://www.skidrowstudios.com/
"Bad Advice" - Where the advice is free, and worth every penny.
Is he funny? Yes. Is he politically correct? Not at all... You know the expression "The truth hurts? Well, the truth is also funny. Drew holds nothing back. If you like a bit of edge with your comedy, you'll enjoy his point of view. When it happens to you, it's tragic. When it happens to him, you get to laugh about it. BOOK
Comedian Adam Richmond LAST COMIC STANDING, LAST CALL W/ CARSON DALY,
Comedian Marie DelPrete THE KING OF QUEENS, FAMECAST COMEDY CHAMP, THE PERVERTS, SECOND CITY ALUMNUS, COMMANDER AND CHIEF
Marie DelPrete won FameCast´s top $10,000 prize as season four´s StandUp Comedy Fenom. Her offbeat, highly-original act has become a fixture at L.A. comedy clubs, including the Improv, Comedy Store, Ice House and more. A Second City Alumna , Marie has performed in various sketch comedy reviews around L.A., including stints at Second City L.A., and at Hollywood & Highland. She was most recently seen on NBC´s Last Comic Standing, and guest-starred in CBS´s hit comedy, The King of Queens. Other recent appearances include the improvised pilot So Sue Me, created by veteran standup Monty Hoffman. as well as regional and national commercial campaigns, such as the popular spots for KFC with Seinfeld´s Jason Alexander. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Comedian Ron Swallow UGLY BETTY, MAD TV, NEW MEXICO FILM FESTIVAL, HOLLYWOOD IMPROV, ONTARIO IMPROV
When Ron Swallow was faced with the prospect of a talent show at the age of 16, Ron felt he had no talent. Someone pointed out to him that he was funny and maybe he should try standup. Ron wrote jokes about fluffy toilet seat covers and GI Joe, and the rest is history. Having lived the life of a nerd with a strange name has allowed him to observe his surroundings in a unique and fun way. From making fun of his name to his opinions on annoying common sayings, Ron will cause enough laughter to possibly need tissues. Audiences will enjoy Ron´s ability to take his geekdom and make it relatable. With Ron Swallow, one thing is for sure, hilarity will ensue. Ron Swallow is a regular at the Improv in Hollywood, and has been on Ugly Betty and Mad TV. BOOK