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Tom Green entertains with jokes, stories, rap and prank calls

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Funnyman Tom Green stopped by Studio to entertain a small, but enthusiastic audience at Studio 54, Feb. 18. The Snow Jam tour was being filmed as a part of a CBC  special, so Green pulled out all of the stops, performing, stand up comedy, rap, improvised bits and anything he could Tom Green performing at Studio, Feb. 18. Photo by Richard Amerythink of.

 He performed a little bit of stand up comedy, talking about strange animals in Australia.

He noted someone filming the show in the front row, and asked them if they were going to film the whole show, then “drunk dialled” one of the women on the filmer’s contact list, which was a funny improvised bit.

 For the movie portion of the show, he asked audience members to shout out lines from one of his movies “Freddie Got Fingered” and completed the scene on stage.

 He also did quite a bit of rapping, backed by DJ Vinyl Richie. He performed a few of his older songs and some brand new songs.
For something really special, the affable Green pulled a local rapper “MC Sideshow Bob” on stage to do some freestyle rapping,” which was pretty special.

 —by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Monday, 27 February 2017 14:20 )  
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