Featuring: JIM BREUER + PETE CORREALE GEORGE WALLACE THE KIMS OF COMEDY GERRY McCAMBRIDGE Jim Breuer first rose to fame as a cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 1998. On SNL, Breuer's characters included "Goat Boy" (who hosted the fictional MTV program "Hey, Remember the 80s?") and Glen Henderson, the elder brother to Chris Kattan's Todd Henderson/Azrael Abyss character in the "Goth Talk" skits. He hosts Breuer Unleashed, which can be heard regularly on weekdays on the Sirius Satellite Radio channel "Raw Dog Comedy". His co-host is Pete Correale. George Wallace says that his routines are inspired by everyday moments of life. His unique brand of social commentary proved popular with radio audiences as well. Wallace was a regular on The Tom Joyner Morning Show before joining the legendary Isaac Hayes on a popular radio program on WRKS, New York. He also starred in his own HBO special and appeared on many television shows, such as The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show and Late Night with David Letterman. His motion picture credits include Batman Forever, A Rage in Harlem, Punchline, Things are Tough All Over and Postcards from the Edge. He is number 93 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 greatest standups of all time. "The Kims of Comedy feature some truly hilarious musings from Bobby Lee, Kevin Shea, Steve Byrne and Dr. Ken Jeong. Some truly top notch stuff here." - MovieWeb "Have you seen the Kims of Comedy? They're a riot!" - Entertainment Weekly Popwatch Gerry McCambridge the Mentalist has been amazing audiences for over 30 years. In 2004 Gerry created, executive produced and starred in a top-reviewed network television special titled "The Mentalist" on NBC. "The Mentalist" was a one hour primetime network special which aired in the United States during May sweeps. Gerry was the first mentalist in over 50 years to have a one hour special on a major network making him the next greatest Mentalist of this generation. Gerry was a on the NBC reality series "Phenomenon" in 2008. He has appeared on countless talk shows including "Late Night with David Letterman," "The Today Show" and "The Best Damn Sports Show Period."