Paterson comes back to stage, does a few "flatulence & male genetalia" jokes, and keeps the young crowd laughing. He then introduces headliner, Fraser Young. Young has a 'goofy', laid back self-depreciating style of humor, which is pleasing to the audience. He spends a large portion of his stage time telling the crowd of some of his 'bad life decisions', hopefully sending a warning to the audience, while entertaining them. One of his notable anicdotes is about his decision to go ahead and eat expired bacon. Don't do it people. His style is relaxed, comfortable, and is a perfect contrast to the brazen in your face comedy style of Paterson.
Overall the night is laid out perfectly, starting with the amazing energetic talents of Paterson, followed by velvet smooth comedy of Carter, ending with the slowed down antics of Young, all cumulaing in a night of great comedy. JH5 is proud to identify this as WHAT TO WATCH this weekend.
Reservations are recommended, and can be made by calling Absolute Comedy at: 233-8000.