Dom takes the stage first - he discusses useless language and believes black people say certain words better than anyone. Then, Paul Rodriguez visits with Dom and club owner Jamie Masada, and he takes the stage for a proper set. Next, Tom Papa makes anywhere outside of California sound like a nightmare winter world, and he picks on the Cheesecake Factory and fathers. Also, Jeff Garlin takes the mic and enjoys messing with the audience.
The world is a scary place, but Tom Papa is going to tell you why you shouldn't worry. Papa is known for his dry, incisive humor which he turns on all the messed-up ills of modern society. In Freaked Out, he jumps right in and says he doesn't much like the Chinese. From there he knocks down everything from the uselessness of post offices to why on Earth we still have pocket change.
First, Matt Horowitz talks relationships, and then tells Dom about working for Craig Kilborn. Then, Tom Papa sets the record straight about online medical advice and other assorted weirdness. Next, Bangladesh's own Gerry Bednob talks about low life expectancies and more in rapid-fire style. Club owner Jamie Masada then confronts him with an old, saucy story. Also, Dean Edwards makes fun of his English wife and horror movies.