Episode 271 - Here Comes the Petroleum: Live at UCB Sunset
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Posted 22 December 2016 - 12:07 AM
Ian Roberts, John Gemberling, and Gil Ozeri join Matt Besser live at UCB Sunset for this week’s improv4humans. Audience questions inspire scenes about fine bathroom art, a greeting card writers’ room, and the world’s leading sexual engineer. Later, they open the very first private McDonalds, and a feudal lord roleplays as one of his filthy peasants.
Posted 29 December 2016 - 09:02 PM
For me, one of the most astounding things about this episode is that it featured a final scene that ultimately had to be shut down by Ian Roberts because it was headed in such a horrifying direction, but that -- despite his presence on stage -- the aforementioned vile horror was not being primarily driven by John Gemberling. Who would have ever seen that coming?