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Laughing Stock: April comedy shows

Comedians coming to San Diego during April include Nikki Glaser, Trailer Park Boys, Donnell Rawlings and Loni Love.

4.5-7: JP Sears 

“The most famous person to ever come out of San Diego is Ron Burgundy. The amount of non-fictional pride that this city takes in this fictional character is shocking in the most confusing sense of the word.” — JP Sears

@ The American Comedy Co.,

JP Sears

JP Sears. 

(Courtesy photo)

4.5-7: Nikki Glaser

“I had a female pilot the other day actually, and as I woman I was like, ‘Yeah, girl! Get it! Woohoo!’ you know, but also, like, are we going to be OK? But mostly like, ‘Yeah!’ there a guy in there with her?” — Nikki Glaser on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

@ The Comedy Store,

Nikki Glaser

Nikki Glaser.

(Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)

4.8: Dat Phan

“I’m very happy. You know why? Because I’m in a relationship. I’m in a relationship with a girl I love. She’s a white girl. She has a kid that’s not mine, but I’m very happy. I love ‘em both. I want to adopt the little girl. I want to be the first Asian guy to adopt a white kid for once. I think it’s time for a change.” — Dat Phan on Last Comic Standing


@ The Comedy Store,

Dat Phan

Dat Phan.

(Jesse Grant / Getty Images)

4.10: Trailer Park Boys 

Ricky: [about their illegal gas station] “Unleaded, blue container. Supreme, red container. Diesel in the green. Okay, are we clear here, guys?”

Cory: “Yeah, but how can you tell which is the Supreme?”

Ricky: “What, are you stupid? You f**kin’ taste it. Unleaded tastes a little tangy. Supreme is kinda sour, and diesel tastes pretty good.” — from Trailer Park Boys

@ Balboa Theater,

Trailer Park Boys

Trailer Park Boys. 

(Courtesy photo)

4.12-14: The Lucas Brothers

Kenneth Lucas: “All drugs aren’t created equal… We did ’shrooms.”


Keith Lucas: “And here’s a rule of thumb, you should never do ’shrooms with a dude who looks like you. Stick to weed.” — from Lucas Brothers: On Drugs 

@ The American Comedy Co.,

The Lucas Brothers

The Lucas Brothers.

(Pierre Roussel / Getty Images for Variety)

4.15: D.L. Hughley

“There is always one person in the office that you want to whip their ass! If you don’t know who it is, it is probably you.” — D.L. Hughley

@ The American Comedy Co.,

D.L. Hughley Performs At The Orleans

Actor/comedian D.L. Hughley.

(Ethan Miller / Getty Images)

4.19-21: Josh Wolf 

“How much Mexican food have I had since I’ve been in San Antonio, you ask? Well, I just apologized to a toilet. So, there’s that.” — Josh Wolf on Twitter

@ The American Comedy Co.,


Josh Wolf

Josh Wolf.

(Michael Kovac / Getty Images for Hallmark Shoebox)

4.20-22: Donnell Rawlings  

“Black people, we’ve got to get some unity, man, and start showing love for each other. Every other race look out for each other. Italians look out for Italians; Irish look out for Irish; Jews look out for Jews. Black people, we look out for the cops.” — Donnell Rawlings on The Comedy Shaq

@ The Comedy Store,

Donnell Rawlings

Donnell Rawlings.

(Jason Kempin / Getty Images for TBS)

4.26-28: T.J. Miller 

“Luckily, for both of us, I hate the Internet, and the Internet hates me.” — T.J. Miller on Twitter

@ The American Comedy Co.,

T.J. Miller

T.J. Miller.

(Ethan Miller / Getty Images)

4.27-29: Loni Love

“I am the Barack Obama of fat people. Yes we can... eat.”— Loni Love on Loni Love: America’s Sister

@ The Comedy Store,

Loni Love

Loni Love. 

(Michael Tran / Getty Images)

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