"Normally, whenever I'm doing a show, I like to find out what people do for a living. Should there be a zombie apocalypse -- which there will be -- I want to find out if their skills are applicable," comedian Chris Hardwick told his Comedy Works audience last night after doing extensive crowd-work. He spoke to a banker, a data analyst, a cancer research doctor, and a Comcast employee (who received boos from the crowd). "And so far, from everyone I've talked to, you're all going to be the first to die."
Chris Hardwick is performing five shows at Comedy Works May 2-4.
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