Did not know that. Improv is definitely an art form. There was a small club in Austin, we'd sneak in for the late show if we could get off work early enough. Remember, I was originally a small town girl, so comedy clubs were totally new to me. So was dating JIm, so it was a riot all the way around. How could I not fall in love with somebody who's idea of a romantic evening was . . . but I digress.
I do remember this one comic, named Lenny something ~ He was a prop comic and part of the routine was audience participation. We'd all yell "More pigs, Lenny!" Our drinks were always on the house (bartender exchange program ) which probably explains why I can't remember much more. But damn was that ever a good time. So, I guess nobody knows this Lenny guy?
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
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