It’s a rowdy show at San Francisco Sketchfest!
Host: Rebecca Watson
Categories: The Science of Comedy, Awesome Animal Facts, Stupid Humans, Pokemon or Drug?
Photo by Baranduin/bbamok
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Keith and Rebecca discuss why it’s better to give than to receive, and how three brains can link together to play Tetris! Also, Rebecca learns what a lucky Pierre is.
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Rebecca Watson and Keith Lowell Jensen discuss saving coral reefs, how having a daughter makes men less sexist, and why two atheists enjoy Christmas so much.
Coral reefs: http://awesomeocean.com/top-stories/corals-crisis-new-farming-methods-provide-promising-comeback/
Keith and Rebecca test out a brand new format for Quizlets, in which they pose each other Quiz-o-Tron-style questions about current news stories and then chat about them.
Come see next week’s live Returning Champions show with Jen Gunter, Vicky Vasquez, and Becky Lynn! Tickets available now on Eventbrite. Thursday, December 6 at 7pm at Pianofight in San Francisco!
Rebecca Watson chats with biologist, teacher, and TV presenter Cat Bobino about being a roving science nerd, growing up without role models who look like you, and becoming a role model for future generations!
You can see Cat compete in this week’s Quiz-o-Tron! Tickets available now at Eventbrite.
This week, Rebecca Watson and Keith Lowell Jensen chat with next month’s feature Quiz-o-Tron comedian, Karinda Dobbins!
You can see Karinda live on stage November 1 at Pianofight in San Francisco! Tickets now available at Eventbrite.
Rebecca and Keith chat with this month’s comedian competitors, Robin Tran and Cate Gary! They discuss Robin’s new special, how it feels to be a transgender lesbian roast comic, how it feels to be the partner of one, and why you should never trust a dog cop.
You can see Cate and Robin compete against returning champion space nerd Ariel Waldman, woman-of-many-degrees Janet D. Stemwedel, and of course Keith Lowell Jensen. Tickets are now available at Eventbrite!