Saturday, January 31, 2009

What would you do?

"What would you do if I.. uh.. totally.. uh.. trotted to that door?" says Kyle Cease in one of his funnier and more recent comedy routines. Now, I love a good laugh just like anyone else, but I'm also very into stand-up comedy. I must say, though, that Kyle Cease really pulled ahead in the race. He isn't as well known as Dane Cook, but he's definitely a rising star. His talent extends further than just writing jokes and standing on a stage reciting them. He incorporates facial expressions, movement, and jokes on the spot. Depending on how the audience reacts, he can immediately come up with a quick and hilarious response. I can honestly say that when I'm feeling down, I know immediately who to go to. My friends and I recite Kyle Cease jokes again and again, and they never become old or overused. The best part about him is that his comedy relates to his audience on a personal level. Most of what he talks about is applicable to an average person's everyday life. At the same time, his jokes are incredibly unique and his humor is slightly different from standard humor which makes him that much better. Kyle Cease is a gem, but don't just take my word for it. Here's a clip of his "what would you do" joke, and don't say you weren't warned. Enjoy.

6 comments:

alliekat811 said...

O my gosh I love Kyle Cease sooo so much! I was just reading a couple people's blogs and nothing really stuck out to me but then I saw this and I got really excited :) he's like my new favorit commedian as of like a week ago after I saw him on my friend's iPod talking about eating babies..haha thanks for the laugh :D

lzillms said...

So I've watched a few videos on YouTube, and I don't know why, but I just can't seem to get into him. I see what you mean about him talking about things you can relate to though!

lzillms said...

Also! I'm pretty sure he's in Not Another Teen Movie!

S. Lesk said...

Haha that was hilarious! It's pretty sad how absolutely true and not exaggerated most of that was. I'll definitely look out for more of his routines.

amyyy said...

I think funny people are actually really talented people who are very underrated. It takes skill to think of a joke on the spot, especially in front of 344245439 spectators. Just like rappers. It's amazing how they think of a rhyme in a milisecond and keep improv-ing off of that.

plumbing said...

Have you heard about his comedy class? I attended in October and it was so much fun. They are traveling across the country now.

Stand Up Comedy Class