It is the Evening of the Day 

Thursday, Oct 30 2008
Comics Brently Heilbron and Liz Feldman are getting right to the point with their Don't Fuck This Up Election Eve Show . Says Feldman, "We know that on Election Eve, you're gonna be restless with frenzied anticipation. We're both political comedians who want to commiserate with you. We also want to get our Palin jokes out before they spoil. I just know if we weren't doing this show, I'd be home biting my nails down to the knuckle. So come join some real Americans and get your comedy catharsis on. We';ll move you, soothe you and give you a full release. I think we're all praying for a happy ending." They'll be joined by Janeane Garofalo (!!), Jen Kirkman, Erin Foley and Seth Morris.
Mon., Nov. 3, 9:30 p.m., 2008
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