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College Humor Live Tour Lives Up To Its Name

danlevyLast night, Full Ammo Improv Troupe and SOMA hosted the College Humor Live Tour. I was a little bit disappointed when Wyatt Cenac canceled on us, but the show went on!

Streeter Seidell and Jeff Rubin (Penn State Alum) opened up the show with some their favorite pictures and video clips including, but not limited to, horrible tattoos, pranks, and someone getting nailed by a huge inflatable ball. I chuckled. It was the most of the show that made me think, “Oh yes, this is College Humor.”

Next, Jake and Amir joked around a bit. I have to say, I was a bit disappointed with their set. They basically bickered with each other the whole time. Amir took off his shirt. They bickered some more…That pretty much sums it up.

Dan Levy closed the show with about an hour’s worth of material. He came out holding a copy of the Collegian article which claimed that the show would go on “without headliner,” going on to shout obscenities at the author of the article in question. The crowd ate it up and applauded thunderously. My favorite part of his set was when he told us about his roommate eating his medical marijuana cookies (32 hours with of pot cookies), unaware of what he had eaten. The journal entry his roommate wrote while unknowingly high was hilarious. I could not stop laughing.  I was actually worried that Dan wouldn’t be a good headliner, but he proved me wrong.

At the end of the show, Streeter Seidell and Jeff Rubin played a little bit of shameless trivia with the audience. My personal favorite? The guy who got on stage and sang Miley Cyrus.

Overall, I was content with spending part of my Saturday night in Heritage Hall with some lovely comedians. Nice job, Full Ammo Improv Troupe and SOMA!

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Melanie Versaw

Melanie is a senior majoring in both Marketing and Advertising. She enjoys blowing bubbles, beating boys in Mario Kart, and going to concerts. Oh, and she takes photographs, as well.


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