In a way, recording OFF BEAT in front of a live studio audience is stand up comedy. There was an adjustment at first, but now I’m in my comfort zone. We get the best crowds coming in, and between myself, Mal, and the rest of the team, it’s professional but it doesn’t feel like it. We’re just having fun. During some of our breaks people get up and perform like an unofficial talent show. They don’t know, but I’m in the back watching. I wish we would record that. Some of it would be interesting for the show.
Anytime that I am performing stand up, I’m living that good life. I’m glad that I get to visit all these nice cities like Tampa and Denver, but I don’t have to tour the town. I just wanna hit the local court and hoop up who ever is in my way. I hate to be so forward, but I don’t think there’s another comedian with the basketball skills that I have. I’m actually low key about it, because I don’t want to intimidate anyone. Other than that it’s showtime, and love relationships are heavy on my mind, so I’m gonna shred them apart. I know I have a one-sided story, but who cares as long as it’s funny. The Side Splitters Comedy Club in Tampa has a three show Saturday, so I recommend you coming to the third show, where I will be completely deranged and not know what I’m talking about.