It happened! Our first show of 2012 and first show at Cafe Club Fais Do-Do. Johnny Pemberton and the rest of the gang of comedians started it off well. Performances included T.J. Miller (explaining the lights), Sean Conroy, Chris Hardwick, Barry Rothbart, Matt McKenna and videos from Shepard Boucher.
Comedian T.J. Miller is coming back to Super Serious Show for more ridiculous fun. Thursday, January 19th! We're pretty confident it's going to be ridiculous. And we can't wait. Miller is headed up our October show this past Fall and brought a lot of great moments into the Super Serious fold.
This November Comedy Central aired Miller's 1-hour special, No Real Reason. And Miller also released a music album, The Extended Play E.P. Yes - it's still random. He's one of our favorite comedic actors and performers working today.
Grab tickets for the January 19th show.
We had an insanely fun time at the October show headed up by T.J. Miller, who brings screwing around to an artistic level. Great performances by Miller, Amy Schumer, Matt Knudsen, Garfunkel & Oates and Alex Fernie & Alex Berg. The super talented director Jason Woliner treated us to a sweet sneak preview of a Season 2 Eagleheart episode, too. Thanks to everyone who made it out!
Don’t lose your shit or anything but T.J. Miller is the new headliner for the October Super Serious Show. Miller is an actor and comedian best known for his absurd sense of humor. In recent years, Miller’s film and comedy career has really taken off. You may recognize him from the comedy film, Our Idiot Brother, which he starred alongside Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks. He has also appeared in a number of other films such as Get Him to the Greek with Jonah Hill and Russell Brand, Gulliver’s Travels, She’s Out of My League, Yogi Bear and Mike Judge’s Extract.
Additionally, he’s showcased his talents on such television shows as Chelsea Lately, Conan and Late Show with David Letterman.
This past September, Miller released his debut music comedy album, The Extended Play E.P., for Comedy Central Records. We are just hoping and praying that Miller will drop lyrical, magical bombs on us at this upcoming show.
Grab tickets for the October 20th show before it’s too late.
Our original fearless comedian leader this month, Chris Hardwick, unfortunately had to stepdown from his Super Serious Show duties. We presume he'll be battling zombies or conquering some corner of the world with his nerd army. Maybe both. We can't wait to have Hardwick back at the show in the near future.
In the meantime, check-out the still very-awesome lineup this month with T.J. Miller stepping up to take the reigns. Lots of quality weirdness and funny on the way.