South Jersey originated and a hater of zodiac tattoos, J Bliss pulls his jokes from everyday observations, whether that’s shopping for watches, experiencing gas pump harassment, or trying to differentiate between donkeys and pit bulls.
Brian Apprille is down 153 lbs from Super Morbidly Obese, an overrated super power he blames solely on Homer Simpson. Brian jokes about the endless circle of Pictionary, Dr. Evil's relation to Snape, and a one-time taekwondo class.
On the “Bowl Diet” and deciding which chin to put his chin strap on, Brandon Young has 1000 words for any picture, a burned copy of the anti piracy commercial, and a shadow that sets off automatic doors.
From Wisconsin, where people speak backwards, Kathleen Dunbar comes to Dry Bar with a wake up call for anyone 20 and younger, a warning for bra-dialers, and more than a few tips on how to deal with “little demon pig people.”
Dwayne returns to Dry Bar Comedy. If you loved his first special, you will certainly love his 2nd! Dwayne Perkins has earned a spot in today's elite class of stand-up comics with appearances on Comedy Central and on Conan.
If you're looking for the reason why to use a ladle to eat lucky charms, or why being a Bigfoot hunter is better than being a comedian, your search ends with Brent Terhune, who's "known from time to time, to tell a few jokes."