3/2 Brian Kiley, Alicia Love, Jonathan Bradley Welch

The Coming in Hot crew celebrated St. Patrick’s Day a little early with an awesome line-up, shamrock necklaces and the always wonderful booze from The Blue Goose’s stocked bar!

The show started with  an appearance from the PARTY PATROL:

Misty, Marlene and Dana!

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AKA Cougars Without Borders

AKA Marlene’s drinking for two

AKA Dana lost her bra!

Here’s a little taste of their theme song:

Here are all of the lyrics should you want to sing-a-long at home (and why wouldn’t you?!?)

DRINKING ON WEDNESDAY

(To the tune of “WALKING ON SUNSHINE)

Ow!

Mmm, yeah!

I used to think we weren’t  booze-hounds, now baby I’m sure.

We’re cougars who end every night passed out across the floor.

Now every time we go on a bar crawl, we can’t hold ourselves down

Cause we are some classy-ass broads who drink our way through town.

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

I’m not wearing a bra (HEY!) Alright now

Yeah, I lost my bra (HEY!) Yeah.

I used to think I needed a liver, now I know it’s not true

And we just want to spend our whole lives being numb from the booze

Now we don’t just take sips on the weekend, or one drink a day, no, no, no.

I said, baby, we even drink in our sleep and that’s how things’ll stay.

Aw yeah now.

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

And I can’t feel my face (HEY!) Alright now

And I can’t feel my face (YEAH!) Oh yeah now

And I can’t feel my face!

Deep in self-loathing….

Deep in self-loathing….

Can’t feel my face, can’t feel my face, can’t feel my face, could be the botox.

Can’t feel my face, can’t feel my face, can’t feel my face, could be the botox.

I’m on drink twelve baby, yeah

Oh yeah

I’m on drink twelve baby, yeah

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

We’re drinking on Wednesday (Whoa oh)

And wait, where is my bra? (HEY!) Alright now

Eh, I can’t feel my face

I’ll say it, I’ll say it, I’ll say it again now….

And I can’t feel my face Ooooh, yeah now.

And I can’t feel my face  

Now Chug, chug, chug, chug, chug, chug and feel good!

I’ll say it, I’ll say it, I’ll say it again now

Chugging feels good.

We’re drunk, drunk, drunk, drunk, drunk.

No emotions feels good.

Black out, black out, black out again now.

And don’t it feel good

Ohhhhh yeah now.

And don’t it feel good.

Don’t it feel good. Don’t it feel good

Now don’t it feel good.

Oh yeah, Oh yeah. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

 

Once the opening number was over, one of the show’s producers, Leah Dubie, not at all to be confused with Dana, took the stage to give us a wonderful host set!

 

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This was followed by the first guest comic: Jonathan Bradley Welch.

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Then it was time for co-producer, Katie Massa Kennedy to get us laughing. And yes, that’s a picture of her mom posted on the TV.

 

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This was followed up by a hilarious performance by Alicia Love who told the crowd that this was her first time performing stand-up in 2 years… but you could NOT tell!

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The final co-producer, Jessica Glassberg, then did a bit of a 2-person act, being that she’s 6 months pregnant.

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Katie then came up to host Glassberg and her mom VS. Leah and her mom, for a round of “How Well Do You Know Your Daughter?” A parenting counterpart to “The Dating Game.”

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This is when the audience learned that Jessica’s mom thought she had her first kiss at 7 (it was 13) and Leah’s mom was pretty darn close in her guess of how many times her daughter has gotten sick from drinks (45 times).

 The moms are obviously now BFFs.

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After The Dubies were declared the victors, the incredible Brian Kiley took the stage.

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He left everyone wanting more, but it was time to close down The Goose.

We’ll see you next month, April 6th with the incomparable MARIA BAMFORD!!!

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