In Ruins, Eddie Pepitone riffed on everything from having five cats and one dog to how he prefers masturbating to hockey games because they're less predictable than porn. Pepitone also bemoaned the continued hipsterfication of his native Brooklyn — especially those gourmet grilled cheese shops — and called his adopted hometown of Los Angeles a "soulless, sunbaked landscape of apocalyptical proportions." Tonight the "Bitter Buddha" performs Eddie Pepitone: In the End of Days, a one-man sketch show set entirely in an end-of-the-world L.A. Directed by fellow comedian-writer Sean Conroy, who with Pepitone co-hosted the podcast The Long Shot, the comic plays such characters as an overzealous theater usher, a motivational speaker and the last woman on the planet.
In his 2014 Netflix stand-up special