Yesterday I took a ride into Boston Ma to see, at the risk of putting myself in Matt Lewis’ Ghetto comedian Evan Sayet who appeared at Laugh Boston club in the Westin Hotel.
I arrived very early and was told that taping was going on. I waited in the bar area as he sat on stage while a couple of cameras were running presuming that Laugh Boston was doing taping of a visiting comic, it seems to run quite a while which surprised me, however it turned out that all that filming was being done by former Politico reporter Patrick Gavin
who after his last movie Nerd Prom is making a short film about Evan. He recorded for a considerable amount of time and before the start of the show planted cameras to get the show recorded from many different angles.
After a while people started to show up at the bar. The first person I talked to was Clark:
He, like me was armed with a camera and was stand a standard section as the price difference was only $5 I bought premium tickets and took a spot right in front.
The first couple that was let in sat right next to me:
the couple to the right of me actually moved to Massachusetts from NY to be closer to their grandchildren (shades of Chris Christie’s speech) and noted that compared to NY Massachusetts was actually less expensive.
Evan came on at 7:30 and for the next ninety minutes regaled us with jokes and stories based on a couple of basic premises
1. The stupidity of Liberals.
2. Liberals don’t actually do anything.
I immediately thought of the clip from Ghostbusters that Stacy McCain posted a bit ago
He also talked at length about the hatred of liberals for both Catholics & Jews (at least those who follow their religions) which was something near and dear to my heart. While a lot of what he said were things you might have seen before he also invited us to throw out a few topics, I mentioned Pam Geller & Garland and the media and Stacy McCain being hit for suggesting getting drunk at college parties is a bad idea if you are a woman and he took those pitches and improvised those pitches right off the green monster.
While Evan did this Patrick was interviewing those who came to the show (including me).
Once Evan was done he went outside to visit with friends John Larosa, Brad Marston and Angel Fleming three well known conservative names in the area, at which time I interviewed him
By this time the night was pretty late, I had to catch the subway before it ended for the night and Evan who had crossed the country by car doing shows and stops along the way was off next to Rhode Island so it was time to go.
Evan’s Next show is in New York, I’d suggest picking up tickets soon and if you can’t get to New York or don’t want to wait for his next trip to Boston you can buy his book The kindergarten of Eden here.