Tiffany Haddish thinks she's too hot for comedy, and she explains how to please a man. She tells Dom about the L.A. riots and how she eats for free. Then, Jim Jeffries says "g'day" before letting loose with rapid-fire absurdity. He informs Dom that he's been punched by a heckler. Finally, Paul Ogata tells of Hawaiian delicacies, Hong Kong hygiene, and failures in facial hair. He gets nostalgic about the late Don Ho with Dom.
Tiffany credits her social worker for her success as a comedian/actress. Growing up in foster care in South Central Los Angeles, it was her excessive talking and imaginary friends that prompted her social worker to steer her into stand-up comedy. Tiffany has been making people laugh ever since. She is a regular performer at the Laugh Factory, and she has appeared on Bill Bellamy's Who Got Jokes and Nick Cannon's Short Circuitz.
Born in Australia, Jim has performed as a headlining comedian throughout the world, in North and South America, Asia and Europe. His brash confrontational style has made him one of the most sought after comics on the world stage. His debut at the prestigious Edinburgh festival Porn Idol was a total sell out and one of the biggest talking points of the event. This year he comes to Montreal off the back of high-profile performances at the Glastonbury, Leeds, and Reading festivals.
Paul competed for the title of Funniest Asian-American Comedian in the U.S. at the nationwide TakeOut Comedy Competition. With the finals on Paul's home turf of Waikiki Beach, he pulled off the victory and won the title (tiara and scepter not included). Paul is also an award-winning recording artist. Mental Oriental hit the record stores to good reviews and helped Paul win the 1999 Hawaii Music Award for Most Popular Comedy Artist.
Got it for Paul
I lived in Hawaii and used to listen to Paul Ogata on the radio, and love his stand-up. Was happily surprised how funny Tiffany and Jim were as well.