Billy Buttsex Just kidding. Everyone knows you're the black guy who walks around shouting "THE SEATTLE POLICE IS COMMUNIST"
rastarat While on the go Police Communist actively avoids all manhole covers and never takes his eyes off them. I have observed this multiple times.
Ialdabaoth Holy shit, someone else who has seen SEATTLE POLICE IS COMMUNIST. Everyone at my office loves him; we'll actually detour past the courthouse on the way to and from lunch just to catch him screaming at passerby.
Monchiles Monchiles +5 for the opening sequence.
-1 for all that "Aravadoche" nonsense.
+5 for being funny despite "Aravoche" nonsense.
StanleyPain At this point Cross was still experimenting a little with his stand-up. He tried being a little more gimmicky in the way that a stand-up audience might expect. I think that's where that came from.
KnowFuture I like the Aravadoche nonsense but it's one of those things that are funny *once*. It would be really annoying if he did it again at another show.
StanleyPain I missed this when it originally aired and only saw the last 30 minutes or so when it re-aired. I got the audio off of a torrent and have enjoyed it ever since, but I'm glad someone put the whole thing online since it's nice to get the visual along with the audio. I was also always curious what the girl in the beginning looked like and I was pleasantly surprised.
Bastard Met him at the College Inn a few years ago. Not really funny off stage.
C. Eloi Marx I wonder if James Lipton had any words for him on the set of Arrested Development, and if those words were "Mr. Cross, you are God's gift to humour; could we see 'Lonely Bio-sphere Researcher' once more".
StanleyPain According to Cross, Lipton was totally professional, but basically refused to interact with him in any significant way when there wasn't any filming being done.