Dana Gould on Conan

Back in the day, stand-up comedians repeated their sets on multiple TV appearances. Because. Well. We didn’t have the Internet to save these performances for posterity (or as long as these individual Web-hosted video sites and channels exist). It’s rarer now.

If you missed Dana Gould two months ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live, then you can see how his late-night TV set has evolved over the past two months. The opening and closing bits are different, but the middle tackles the same topics, albeit a little bit differently. Now he’s tagged his Stephen Hawking bit with a series of tags about “the Beatles” of things. Does that make Dana Gould the Beatles of stand-up? You’ll have to judge that for yourself.

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Sean L. McCarthy

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