Recommendations from the comics who grub in places week in and week out
"A large chunk of escape room clientele is corporate team building, so every day I meet people my age with mortgages and 401Ks while my coworkers and I bonk each other on the head with plastic swords and talk about weird online sex communities."
Seven comics. Two hours. One historic summit on the state of stand-up comedy in the Hub.
"Wouldn’t you rather see Chelsea Handler with her top off then Seth Rogen one more time?"
The whole audience leans forward and asks, “Why?” And the best that Trainwreck can offer seems to be, “Why not?”
It’s not really a night out in Boston unless you see at least one fistfight over the weekend, right?
"We just want validation. We just want the Americans to think, 'Oh, they fucking love us!'”
On the prospect of the a 2024 Boston Summer Olympics: "It's like really really expensive vandalism."
I’m not old, but something weird happens on the road [that makes you] know the spots you like, but in a bad way. You’re like “I’ve been here before, I remember that." If I have time I try to go to the museums to feel like I’m doing something, and not just eating.
I’ve nothing but nice things to say about Boston crowds. I have nothing but terrible things to say about your sports teams.