Before Last Comic Standing, Roy Wood Jr. had a certain sports bar in mind for this next joke

I've got to do a thing, and then another thing today, so before I get you all caught up on what you missed this weekend, how about I tell you about something else that you missed last week. On NBC's Last Comic Standing, I know a few people were confused about Roy Wood Jr.'s routine about the crazy people at sports bars. Well, what if I were to tell you that before performing this joke on network primetime television, Wood told this routine differently in the comedy clubs, with a wee bit more specificity to it?

If you'd like to see that, then here that is, recorded earlier this year at Crackers Comedy Club in Indianapolis and brought to you courtesy of Rooftop Comedy, here is Roy Wood Jr. opening his set by joking about sports fans in sports bars, and one bar in particular, where he is not feeling good about the neighborhood. Roll it.

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One thought on “Before Last Comic Standing, Roy Wood Jr. had a certain sports bar in mind for this next joke

  1. I believe many grasses are stronger sequesterers of carbon than trees anyway. All the more reason to stop chopping down forests in the first place I guess.
    i think we also need to take into account that the new farmer needs to heat his house somehow, and if he’s not burning wood, he is likely using fossil fuels of some sort to do the heating… so i would say burn the wood.

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