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Date Posted: 07/25/03 8:16am
Subject: Re: July 18th show reviews (if you can't tell there are spoilers....)
In reply to:
's message, "Re: July 18th show reviews (if you can't tell there are spoilers....)" on 07/25/03 7:48am
>The best part of that was Drew making fun of him in
>Jeopardy after and Larry was just so clueless.
The weird thing was, I think Larry was able to make better animal noises than Drew was - not that they were really appreciated when he was making them. You're right, though, he was totally clueless. Of course I think one to many b-day toasts may have had something to do with that.
>was in Vegas two years ago, they chose a guy for sound
>effects that didn't make any sounds. He was just
>horrible. I think he was embarrassed so he proceeded
>to be a total ass when he got off the stage. He went
>back to his seat and then would not shut up. I
>remember at one point Brad yelling at him something
>like oh now you have something to say after not making
>any sounds on stage. The guy ended up being removed by
Oh gee, that makes a lot of sense. Because you can't manage to hold your own you then try to make life miserable for the performers and the rest of the audience. Correct me if I'm wrong, wasn't there a slightly loud and obnoxious person at one of this year's Vegas shows. I believe both Greg and Brad had at him during Questions Only before he finally shut up. I was afraid he was going to keep going all night.
>I've seen that happen before. What I don't get is when
>the guys are giving them verbal clues why they don't
>just go with it. I mean the concept of the game isn't
>that hard even if you've never seen it before.
She was getting great verbal clue. She just kept asking "Am I supposed to move you? Do I have to touch you?" I wouldn't mind but Brad gives a very thorough description of what to do, as well as demonstrating, before the game even begins. Hello? Can you pay attention?
>I think Moving People is much harder than it looks. I
>moved Brad too and he was dead weight. I always
>thought they'd at least help you, but he didn't. Plus
>he was playing someone with a back injury so he kept
>screaming when I'd go to move him. Scared the heck out
>of me the first time. I've played Sound Effects before
>too. Thank goodness it was at the Improv and not some
>big venue. I didn't want to be up there, but I figured
>why not make the best of it and tried to make the
>sounds. Of course Colin came up with some interesting
>interpretations of my sounds, but it ended up being
Brad does kinda go dead weight. When I was moving him he wanted me to move him to get a towel. For some odd reason I decided I didn't want to make him walk then (although I did do a good job at the walking later on) so instead I had him leaning. When I went to lean him, he put all of his weight on me. I thought for sure I was going to end up on the floor with him on top of me. Given that there's almost and 18 inch difference in height between the two of us (yes, I'm quite vertically challenged) I knew that wouldn't be a pretty picture.
I've never done Sound Effects. This may sound odd, but I'd like to give it a whirl.
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