Headed to the 7:00 show. Saw him in Vegas back in November and it was a great show. My wife was even laughing hysterically, which surprised me since some of his stuff is kind of edgy. Excited to eat at Hickory Park before the show as well, haven't had a meal there in years.
Great show tonight. Although I couldn't believe all the people making beers runs during Tosh's set. You pay around $60 a ticket and then get up leave several times during his performance.
Along with $5 or $7 beers. I thought the show was very good. Tosh had 95% new material and was really funny. Hopefully you don't get offended easily or you really were upset last night. 7pm show looked to be near capacity which is saying something at $50 & $60 tix (plus another $10-12 in BS fees). Loved his line about not selling cheap $10 seats to any of his shows because he gets 1200 death threats on twitter per week and no one is paying $60 a ticket to come kill him but they may for $10 tix.
I went to CR show last night. I thought Jerrod Carmichael (sp?) was really funny. Tosh was good, but i think i had the bar set too high going into it.
My only complaints was all the people taking pictures during the show, it was really dark in the theatre and the flashes were really annoying and the guy sitting behind me was yelling something like "Yeah Tosh, you tell them." at every joke. He was the type of guy the expensive tickets were supposed to elminate.
Glad i went, ended up getting really good seats, row 10 right in the center.
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