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National Bagg Radio - Ian explains crowd work

about 1 year ago

Ian tells us about his weekend in Medford, MA with Gabriel Iglesisas playing to a sold out theater. Ian finds out that despite the many pale faces, Boston brings a great crowd. The specifics of Ian's comedy and crowd work is dissected, spoiler alert... he'll keep going even if someone has a seizure. The guys end the show talking about the lazy eye.


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