Jonnie W addresses the Tennessee-born stereotype. Whether or not he matches up to it, his voiced inner monologue is sure to leave you on his side when it comes to new country radio, double decker grave plots, and the difference between fish and beef.
Rob Maher proves that he has the most versatile first name in the English language, that your relationship ended because you didn't spend enough money on wrapping paper, and that being an "accident" is worse than being adopted.
Landry's energy is contagious. Coming to the Dry Bar stage with a fresh, bold take on common tropes, he describes the difference between first-class passengers and everyone else; a DUI and an IUD; and Cracker Barrel versus any yard sale.
Leighann Lord is an American comedian, writer, and actress. She performs stand-up comedy, has appeared on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, and is a former co-host (with Neil deGrasse Tyson) of the Star Talk Radio podcast As of April 2020, Lord became a co-host for Center for Inquiry's Point of Inqui...
Paul Lyons says there's a bright side to everything. Sometimes, it takes looking at life through a dog's perspective, placing guest-proof affirmations throughout the house, or adding your morning nap to your to-do list.
The only thing Brian Hicks believes in anymore is shortening the lines at Kohls. Apart from that, Valentine's Day cards can remain unread, dentists can remain mediocre, and the meaning of subdivision names can remain a mystery.
Unfortunately, racism is still alive, but Matthew Jenkins has a few ways around it: naming your kid “Case Dismissed;" going to the state penitentiary for a degree; and reversing Simba's fatherless childhood.
According to Eric Lyden, all it takes to be a comedian is not being able to do anything else. Regardless, having alternative uses for cork screws, shove-it speeches, and white noise machines can't hurt.
According to David Goldstein, the only hard part of being full of crap is deciding which direction you'll take it. Any day with a glue gun is a good day, only plumbers and Americans wear pants to spas, and good looks coincide with temperature change.
Bryan Miller sees past society's traps. The man cave is 1/16 control over the house that you own half of, birth control is just placing your cell phone in the right pocket, and a comma in an income check most likely indicates prosperity.
Stand-up comedian Shayne Smith delivers more stories about everything from a failed robbery to a wrestling match in the New York Subway and even saving the life of a dog in his second original Dry Bar Comedy special, "Alligator Boys".