Myq Kaplan on Late Show with David Letterman

You know how they say jazz is all about the musical notes that you don’t hear? You don’t know that? Well, now you do.

That’s how and why I laughed so much at Myq Kaplan’s performance on Friday night’s Late Show with David Letterman. Kaplan has done Letterman, before, and this time around, he masterfully played off of whatever the audience gave him, whilst also holding back on what must have been multiple times he wanted to respond to the live studio audience at Letterman’s Late Show/Ed Sullivan Theatre.

This set includes Kaplan’s thoughts on children, board games and looking for love in multiple places. The audience really comes around once he explains his situation to his therapist.

Roll the clip! “Enjoy your lives!”

Sean L. McCarthy

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