So Friday night Ben and I went to the Tabernacle in Downtown Atlanta to see Bob Saget!
For those of you that know us well...Ben and I are big fans of comedy shows.
In fact, our first date was at the Warner Theater in Washington, DC. Ben took me to see "Defending the Caveman" which was hysterical!
But onto Bob Saget...The Tabernacle, as a venue, was pretty cool. They had a large stage with 3 bars in the theater. However, the seats were your basic fold out chairs and they were jammed so tightly together that I might as well have been sitting in Ben's lap.
To make matters worse, when the opening act came on before Bob, people were still getting their drinks at the bar which made it very difficult to hear.
Then Bob Saget came out. Ben and I were very psyched but much to our dismay...it pretty much sucked. The way Bob delivers his comedy is very "stream of conscientiousness" and there was no time for laughter between his jokes.
The fact that he is pretty dirty didn't bother me....and some of his stuff was pretty good.
But overall, I give it about a 3 out of 10...definitely not worth our money.
Oh well, you win some, you lose some....
At least he poked a lot of fun at his days on Full House and as the host of America's Funniest Home Videos...those jokes were pretty funny!
For those of you wishing to reminisce with me...here are the lyrics from the theme song to Full House
What ever happened to predictibility?
The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV.
Everywhere you look , everywhere you go (there's a heart).
There's a heart A hand to hold onto.
Everywhere you look , everywhere you go.
There's a face Of somebody who needs you.
Eveywhere you look, When you're lost out there and you're all alone, A light is waiting to carry you home, Everywhere you look. Everywhere you look.