The Night Feed
, Posted on 6/10/2013 by
There is no other way of putting it: Christopher Paul Gethard is a legendary figure in the international comedy community. Born to parents Martha and Jeremy Gethard in the wilds of New Jersey, Gethard ("Geth") got hooked on improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater as a youngster and hasn't looked back since, appearing on the stage and screen, as well as penning an excellent memoir entitled A Bad Idea I'm About to Do: True Tales of Seriously Poor Judgement and Stunningly Awkward Adventure.
But the most "Gethard" of all his projects is The Chris Gethard Show, a weekly public access television program that you can watch at Blip. Referred to as "an often riveting experiment in seat-of-your-pants broadcasting" by the f&*!#$g New York Times, the only definition of the show is "undefinable," as Chris and a cast of comedians do different stuff each week: sometimes you laugh and sometimes you cry, but, rest assured, it is ALWAYS entertaining and original.
It's a one-of-a-kind experience that cannot be had anywhere else. So let's do it. Let's go over to Blip and watch some of The Chris Gethard Show. You won't be disappointed. Well, you might be disappointed if you like boring, mundane, unfunny oatmeal, because The Chris Gethard Show is the exact opposite of that.
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