First comic is worth price of admission

By mocacarter
Written September 20, 2013
I laughed so hard I was crying. Female comic was crude and unfunny. Jamie Kennedy was not in his element but the guy before him had some funny bits and Coulier did a good job too!
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Clean Guys of Comedy

Written February 10, 2016
My husband and I enjoyed "Clean Guys of Comedy", and not because we had our own private showing...we were the only people in the audience! The humor is "clean", but geared toward adults. I learned about it from a poster outside the movie theater a week earlier and went online to get more information. I suggest you improve/enlarge the scope of your advertising/promotions.
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Clean Guys of Comedy

By kylenac
Written January 28, 2015
A group of 4 of us saw The Clean Guys of Comedy last night in Spokane Wa. It was great. All the comedians were very good except Heather McDonald. She was actually terrible and isn't even in the same class of the other performers. You could tell she was having a hard time keeping it clean and stammered much of the time. One last comment, We were the only 4 people in the entire theater, This wasn't advertised at all in our area and I only knew about it because I heard Dave Coullier on the Dennis Miller radio show. Thanks; Kyle Naccarato
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Awesome Show!

By Cindy_Bring
Written October 01, 2016
This was a great show and so funny! Loved that it wasn't offensive and just entertaining! One of the best nights out I've had in a long time!
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Go, but not with little children

By PatLuvsMovies
Written May 28, 2016
Despite this being called the Clean Guys of comedy, Heather McDonald's act was not clean. A few of the others mentioned some adult (sexual) topics as well, but really, just for Heather's routine, I'd leave the littles at home. For teens and up, it is a hilarious night of fun. The first comic, Ralph Harris is hilarious, and Dave Coulier's skit about the bathroom paper towel holder had me laughing so hard I could barely breathe with tears coming down my face. I would recommend going just for that one joke to be honest. The rest is icing on the cake. :)
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