Uncle Joey and The World Champ Announce Alumni Hall Stand-Up
B-list comedians Dave Coulier–Uncle Joey from Full House–and Judah Friedlander–30 Rock‘s Frank Rossitano–are set to co-headline a comedy show at Alumni Hall on November 4.
The trucker-hat toting world champion (@JudahWorldChamp) and America’s favorite pedophile (@DaveCoulier) will take the stage at 9:30 according to Eventful as part of SPA’s unwavering effort to give students something better to do than drink recklessly on a Friday night.
Since creeping on the Olsen twins in the ’90s, Coulier has been working on the launch of his new web series called “Can’t Get Arrested.” The online sitcom catalogs Coulier and his Full House co-star Jodie Sweetin’s (or Stephanie Tanner, before the meth) real life struggle to rekindle their stardom after years of being out of the lime-light. He has also been ironically bumping uglies with ’90s pop star and inspiration to the Honey Comb cereal commercials, Alanis Morissette. Coulier recently admitted that the single, “You Oughta Know”, was written about him. No word yet on whether Mr. Woodchuck will be coming along for the show.
Besides being typecast as the crudely hilarious high school janitor and busting guts next to Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin in 30 Rock as TGS writer Frank Rossitano, Friedlander has been promoting his new comedy book, How to Beat Up Anybody with live stand-up appearances. Here he’s talking about using his “extra-black belt” in martial arts to kill people with his left nut, perhaps a preview to what he’ll bring to Penn State in just a couple weeks.
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