Well, it went better than I expected. The problems were the following:
1) I didn’t really work too hard on crafting exactly what to say. I had basic ideas and simply made up a lot of stuff. I think had I worked much harder on what to say precisely, it would’ve been a million times better. Go figure.
2) Timing was a tad off on some jokes and I was a tad quiet on some – again, probably because I hadn’t scripted much of what I said.
3) Most of the audience at this point had left – I was one of the last 4-5 comics to go, so all the comics that go early essentially just leave immediately after they’re done. This means the audience wasn’t hugely diverse – lots of girls at this point and girls often don’t find me terribly funny.
Here it is if you want to hear it.
It’s a little low to be heard on regular speakers, so you might want to pop some headphones in to check it out – otherwise you could miss something hilarious! (read: awkward.)
I wish I was there. I would have thrown tomatoes at you, and then hooked you off stage.