On Conan, watch Jon Dore and Rory Scovel perform stand-up comedy together, yet separately

Love. Love. Love this. Jon Dore and Rory Scovel are two of my favorite stand-up comedians today who love to play with the rules of comedy and then chuck them out the proverbial window.

One thing they do that few others do is perform together, yet separately, onstage. If you’ve caught it live, it’s something to behold. The duo put on show called The Jory Hour at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood. If you haven’t seen it before, then now you can, thanks to Team Coco, who booked Dore and Scovel on Conan last night.

I advise watching it at least three or four times: Once to soak it all in, one time each focusing just on Dore or Scovel, and then once more to marvel at it again.

Roll the clip!

Sean L. McCarthy

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4 thoughts on “On Conan, watch Jon Dore and Rory Scovel perform stand-up comedy together, yet separately

  1. Bob and Ray were doing double-talking in the 1940’s which is more like what Last Call Cleveland does –each guy doing basically the same act. Dore/Scovel is different and far more difficult, with one comic even doing improv with an audience member.

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