Thursday, January 19, 2006

Sarlacc PIT

Reasons why the Cleanest River in America Casting Couch show at the PIT was better than Boba Fett's showing at the Great Pit of Carkoon.

Cleanest River: Our show was attended by many of our friends and family. Thanks to the love and support of those who attended, we were lucky enough to oversell the theater.

Boba Fett: After Jedi Master Mace Windu murdered his father Jango Fett at the Battle of Geonosis, young Boba was left with no immediate family to view his fateful dive into the pit. Even the Imperial Clone Army, also spawned from Jango's DNA, could not be found. By all accounts, many tickets remained unsold.

Cleanest River: The supportive crowd found all of our sketches amusing. At their most complimentary, terms including "well written" and "excellent execution" were bandied about. As we took our final curtain call, cheers rose from the seating area and many staying long after the show was over to talk over their personal favorite moments. Nobody left without a smile.

Boba Fett: By the nature of his profession, Fett has no friends except for the money paid upon delivery of bounty. This proves to be an unexpected boon during his embarrassing tumble as he had nobody to disappoint. Nobody but himself.

Cleanest River: Not only did we survive, we celebrated with beer and busted wild cum rhymes afterward at a local watering hole near the venue.

Boba Fett: Narrowly escaped 1,000 years digestion in the belly of Tatooine's largest, most terrifying, Sarlacc. Although his life remained barely intact, the same could not be said for his mental composition.

Thanks again to the PIT and everyone who came out to the show. For real.

Also, here is an article about us. It is really, really, really good. Try and figure out how many of those reallys are sarcastic.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Check...check it

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Hey. Show Tuesday night. Like tomorrow night. Like a show that'll put the will to exist back in humanity. Details:

Tuesday Jan. 17th. The P.I.T. Theater 154 W. 29th Street (between 6th and 7th avenues). 9:30 in the pm. Five American dollars.

Scheduled to be in attendance: boxing great James Buster Douglass, cotton ginning sensation Eli Whitney, and horse shoe tossing extraordinairre Maya Angelou. Hurrah!