Hey, all –

Hope everybody is staying healthy and safe and sane. This is the most crazy and intense time I’ve ever experienced, and I was a journalist on 9/11 (and I still had booze then).

Not shockingly, everything on my calendar for the next few weeks has been canceled. Pedro Point Brewing, Atlas Cafe, a new show at a great venue I was excited about, plus every other thing is just wiped from the schedule. As it should be.

As of this writing, the 4/21 Punch Line edition of I Think I’d Be Good At That is still up and for sale…but I’ll keep you posted. There’s a chance we’ll have to postpone.

I miss performing, I miss seeing my fellow comics, I miss having the chance to come up with an idea and start trying it out that night. I got lucky by having my last shows before the hiatus be at the Punch Line in Sacramento working with Emo Phillips (thanks to everybody who came out!) as I am pretty confident it’s gonna be weeks, and potentially months, before we all get to gather in a comedy room and laugh again.

We are pumping out podcast episodes weekly now; find Chucklepedia wherever you get your podcasts.

Stay safe and healthy. Hopefully we’ll all get to go back to some version of “normal” soon.

Hey all – the shows are still happening this weekend in Sacramento at the Punch Line! I’m hosting for Emo Phillips, Joe Nguyen is featuring, come laugh and enjoy some time away from all the craziness in a well-scrubbed club with some fine clean fellows.


Seven shows at the San Francisco Punch Line:

Wednesday 2/19 w/ Sandy Stec
Thursday 2/20 – Saturday 2/22, five shows w/ Mark Smalls and Dan Soder
Sunday 2/23 – hosting the Sunday Showcase

Sounds like Saturday tickets are SOLD OUT and Friday tickets are going fast. So git ’em quick!