Everything is fair game for controversial comic Alonzo Bodden, and now the funnyman who brought down the house on Last Comic Standing 3 strikes out on his own in his first-ever solo stand-up performance.
Clean Comedy. Funny, funny, funny.
"Not what was advertised"
There is nothing, absolutely nothing that would ever make Alonzo Bodden, winner of NBC's Last Comic Standing, give up comedy. "That's the drug," he says. "When they laugh, it's like I'm a jazz musician, and they hear it, and they get it. It's the power to take the crowd wherever I want them to go. I love it when they laugh, especially when they relate through laughter. It's a beautiful thing. It also means I'm going to get paid, which is nice."
[Contains explicit content] Alonzo Bodden performing comedy on traveling the world. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on May 21, 2016.
[Contains explicit content] Alonzo just wants his washer and dryer to match. Performed at Tacoma Comedy Club on December 31, 2013.
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Kids like Dylan need to be slapped around every once in a while. Performed at Sidesplitters Comedy Club on June 28, 2014.
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Alonzo Bodden has feelings about the airline industry and flying the friendly skies. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on September 6, 2014.
Alonzo Bodden explains why America is a Christian nation. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on May 21, 2016.
Alonzo Bodden is bewildered about homophobic people and their strange justifications. Performed live at Side Splitters Comedy Club on June 28, 2014.
Alonzo Bodden talks about riding his motorcycle across the country, from Los Angeles, to New York City. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on May 20, 2016.
Alonzo Bodden loves Canada. Let him count the ways. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on September 6, 2014.
Alonzo Bodden talks about Donald Sterling, black hockey players, and NASCAR. Recorded live at Laugh Boston on September 6, 2014.
Alonzo Bodden performing comedy about being home sick, live at Tacoma Comedy Club on December 31, 2013.
With his smooth style and distinct New York accent, Bobby Collins wraps a proverbial arm around his audiences shoulder and brings them in as if they were old friends.