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Unstoppable Farce tells the story of "Mr. Mirth" himself, in his own words, beginning with forty-five years of what might generously be described as a wasted existence before he decided to become the most successful FC (Famous Comedian) of all time. He describes how he created his Lithuanian Chupacabra alter ego, honed his signature Cheezy Pleezers bit, and became a viral sensation on Qlip Qlop and H!jnx. He dishes the dirt on touring with Hannah Gadsby and Dave Chapelle, what really went do ...
 
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Mitch describes some behind-the-scenes challenges he ran into while touring the American south with Hannah Gadsby. Endnotes: Todd Barry, Thank You for Coming to Hattiesburg: One Comedian's Tour of Not-Quite-the-Biggest Cities in the World (New York, Gallery Books, 2017) p.70. Capsule Review: the title pretty much covers it. Specific anecdotes about…
 
Mitch goes to Edinburgh, and then London with his new one-man show, an attempt to reckon with the political fallout surrounding his alter ego, Wade Dinklington, and helps crack the case of the most infamous crime spree in history along the way. Endnotes: Stewart Lee, How I Escaped My Certain Fate; The Life and Deaths of a Stand-Ip Comedian, (London…
 
For the very first time, Mitch discusses what went down on the set of his HBO sitcom that was cancelled halfway through the first day of shooting. Endnotes: Chris Elliott, Bob Elliott, Daddy’s Boy; A Son’s Shocking Account of Life with a Famous Father, (New York, Delacorte Press, 1989) Capsule Review: Chris describes his privileged upbringing in Ne…
 
After Mitch is attacked while hosting an alt-comedy open-mic night at his newly acquired sanctuary in Lipstick City, the Velveteria, he begins practicing the new martial art of Comido Defendu under the tutelage of Sensei Judah Friedlander. Endnotes: Whitney Cummings, I’m Fine… and Other Lies, (New York, Penguin Randomhouse, 2017), p. 55. Capsule Re…
 
Mitch moves to LA and goes on a publicity tour under the direction of his new agent, Gabby Gersh. Endnotes: Sandra Bernhard, Confessions of a Pretty Lady, (New York, Harper and Row, 1988), p. 118. Capsule Review: Lyrical, spare and confessional. Prioritizes the mundane, personal moments and epiphanies over show business gossip. Slack Score: 12; Sna…
 
Mitch describes how he scaled the cliffs of Fame Mountain, got into a bathroom brawl with Neil Hamburger and partied with Tig Notaro and Brian Posehn. Endnotes: 1) Tig Notaro, I’m Just a Person, (New York, HarperCollins, 2016), p.46. Capsule Review: frank, confessional style but with quirky/unique worldview, unique life experience, lots about uncon…
 
Maloney discusses how his fledgling comedy career was in limbo during a global health crisis and the surprising way a convoy of truckers inspired him to embrace his destiny. Endnotes: 1) Joan Rivers with Richard Merryman, Enter Talking, (New York, Delacorte Press, 1986), p.241. Capsule Review: Interesting, occasionally inspirational story of her ea…
 
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