So Harry Basil was great at The Laugh Factory.
His costumes, impersonations, and audience involvement in his act was well done.
In the course of about half an hour, Harry spanned the gamut from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Leonardo DiCaprio, Eminem to Michael Jackson, and from Batman to Superman.
He was very animated and played with the people in the audience--so quick, spontaneous, and always in control.
This morning, I took this photo with Harry Basil at Starbucks.
As we started to walk away down the hall, my wife (who is wont not to take the greatest photos) says "Oh, I don't think the picture came out, it was too close."
And as we were going to start bickering, it was so funny...Harry pops up right behind us, and goes "Was it too close--let's take it again."
Another thing that happened that was interesting at The Laugh Factory, was when we were about to be seated, I said sincerely to the host "How are you doing this evening? Happy holidays!"
He goes to me, "No one ever asks me that. You know what? I'm going to give you seats right up by the front," and he did.
It was a lesson for all of us about talking and treating people nicely--what goes around, comes around. ;-)