On this weeks JJGO! Dave Horwitz Jen Goldberg & Eric Martin join Jordan in the club house for some Bud Light Limes and Good Times! The usual themes are discussed like Spartacus' dong, the margarita guitar and that guy who blogs about the blogs about video games. Let's Go!
While Jesse's away Jordan invites Chris Fairbanks and Aison Becker to the newly renovated sex dungeon! Can't buy me love? Dubstep? Cats? Yup, just the kind of Dungeon you'd expect on Jordan, Jesse, Go!
Author and comedy great Merrill Markoe joins Jordan and Jesse to drop a little knowledge about the best tweets, the perils of house sitting and a Rick Moranis comeback, which starts on Jordan, Jesse, Go!
Eddie Pepitone takes a constitutional and joins Jordan and Jesse to discuss the antiques roadshow, Jordan's hot wings addiction and the alarming red flag that is a Hello Kitty Collection. Take a moonlight walk and Let's Go!
Writer and Comedian Andres Du Bouchet brings the cheeseburgers and his opinions to the Chalet where he, Jordan & Jesse discuss Sky Rim avatars, the comedic stylings of Regis and Kelly and of course, the gravy boat lighthouse.
Before our show last week, photographer Zac Wolf stopped by to shoot some pictures of Jordan and me. He did a wonderful job. You can check out his shots on his tumblog here.
Maria Thayer from Eagleheart and Strangers With Candy--among others-- joins Jordan and Jesse in the Bone Manor to talk feelings. Like how you feel when you see Bill Murray, being faced with the body of your life's work and Ryan Gosling.
Never Not Funny and Aspecialthing.com's Matt Belknap treks to the Mountain Chalet to talk with Jordan and Jesse about natural disasters in Los Angeles, charitable giving and the shopping experience at Radio Shack. 'Tis the season!
Join Jordan and Jesse as they M.C. Comedy For The Cure!
Comedy for the Cure is not only an effort to bring some great comedy to CSULB, but, more importantly, it is an effort to battle cancer. We’re raising awareness and funds to find cures for leukemia. The statistics are truly heart-breaking; leukemia is the #1 disease killer of children under 14 years of age.
By coming to Comedy for the Cure, you're not only supporting this great cause, for just $5 ($10 for non-students) you will be getting a show that would have been a bargain at twice the price. This can't-miss show will feature some of the best and brightest young comics around.
Standup performances by:
Tickets will be on sale at the door on the night of the event, and on campus at the USU Info Desk beginning Dec. 5th.