Last Thursday as I've announced in my previous post, I went to Little Havana again for a dose of the best medicine. Was rushing from 1 Utama after eating my White Oreo bagel. Normally it will only take me 30 minutes max to reach there from 1 Utama but that night because of this natural disaster, it took me about 1 hour plus to reach. Lucky for me the show haven't started yet when I reached Little Havana.
Time Out KL put up a new background for the stage. Look grander.
The usual suspects were there, Kel Li, Yatz, Joshua, Aaron, Nigel, David, and Jen. This time Fuzz and Celine joined us too.
Matt is again the MC for the night. This time he sang songs to introduce the stand up comedian that will be performing.
First up is Zac. He wasn't schedule to perform that night, he was standing in for Alfred whom can't make it in the last minute. So I think he was not well prepared which makes his performance a bit off his usual standard. He's very good when I watched his performance in Comedy Thursday November.
This is Chi Ho. His jokes are not bad. Like he's impersonation of a Chinese Ah Beng lol. I like his finishing joke the most about how the dance steps of Michael Jackson came about. Salah parking oii!
I don't know why but this picture reminds me of Heroes.
Introducing another first timer that night. Also the first female stand up comedian ever to take the stand in Time Out KL: Comedy Thursday. Introducing Davina Goh. Seeing that she's a first timer, I tried very hard to catch her jokes but HOW CAN I LAUGH AT A JOKE WHEN SHE'S SHOUTING OUT THE PUNCHLINE! I can't catch a freaking word of that she's shouted out.
After a 10 minutes break. It's Kavin's turn. He's a funny guy. Especially like his joke about "the man there will come over to take you candy", a bit like Russell Peters "someone will get a spanking tonight" joke. Still I think it's original.
Last but not least, we have Jimmy from Canada who hates Singapore that he even wrote a song call "I Hate Singapore". The lyrics is so politically correct lol. Jimmy is a natural, maybe because he's a seasoned stand up comedian with years of experience performing in Canada and Singapore. As the say, they always save the best for the last.
After the show, we went to Jalan Alor to eat supper. Yat told us that there's a Alor Corner there that serve up some good nasi goreng. On the way walking to Jalan Alor, Celine and I bumped in to this man in silver.
Oh, Time Out: On the Up December in No Black Tie will be on in two weeks time. 17th of December. Check out Time Out KL for more info.