Dom checks in with Jay Davies about his love life. Then, Tom Dreesen talks about the dangers of valet parking, the generation gap between Ol' Blue Eyes and Ol' Dirty Bastard, and crazy bar drinks. Shang says it's time for teachers to start stripping and tells Dom he has some ideas on how to fight racism in Hollywood. Charles Fleischer creates his own language and tells Dom he's not a genius, just a lucky man.
Originally from Brooklyn, Shang, a Carnegie Mellon graduate and aspiring illustrator, began his comedy career on a dare when a friend bet him $50 to take the stage during open-mike at a local comedy club. Shang won the bet, caught the comedy bug, and quickly became an underground favorite with his dark, avant-garde, socio-political style.