Dana Gould’s high-energy stand-up comedy performance in Funhouse bounces from one topic to the next, covering life as an entertainer, autobiographical stories, politics, and random musings from the mind of a man with a long tenure in the entertainment business. With a career ranging from writing for The Simpsons to guest starring on Adam Carolla, Gould clearly shines brightest in stand-up. Above all, the success of this rollicking performance rests on the strength of his impressions. Whether it’s Bill Clinton, Frank Sinatra, a cat in heat, or one of his most famous, Don Knots, Gould has the attention of his audience from start to finish.
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Dana Gould's "Funhouse" is a collections of quotable punchlines. I have a large group of friends spanning from U.C. Irvine in California to Wesleyan University in Connecticut who absolutely love this album. I highly reccomend it. Tapioca my Dear?
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