Our Saturday Night With PFT

In an attempt to ward off my recent run of bad feelings, Nina and I went to see The Paul F. Tompkins Show at the Largo on Saturday night. I’m sure that most everyone reading this blog is familiar with Paul F. Tompkins but in case you’re not familiar with the best comedian in the business, you can catch up here.

Did the show make me feel better?  Yes it did and it will make you feel better too. However,  you don’t have wait until you are depressed and angry over the death of a close relative to see this comedy and musical extravaganza*, you can go even if you’re already feeling great. The next performance is Saturday December 19th; details on how you can see it (and other upcoming performances) can be found here.

As an added bonus on Saturday night, Mr. Tompkins was kind enough to spend a few minutes talking with us after the show. Paul F. Tompkins is truly one of the good guys so go see him soon.

Want to see Paul but can’t make it to Los Angeles? All that you and 299 friends have to do is ask nicely and he’ll come to your town. More on that here.

* In the unlikely event that Mr. Tompkins or his management is reading this, you have my permission to use: “you don’t have wait until you are depressed and angry over the death of a close relative to see this comedy and musical extravaganza” to promote future shows.

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3 responses to “Our Saturday Night With PFT

  1. Bonnie

    Agreed- his was a show that noticeably brightened my life. I’m still laughing about his GA-specific Stone Mountain bit.

  2. kim

    I think that is a terrific promotional line! I would see any show billed as such.

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