Dance, Monkey: J.J. Leslie

We put a comic on the hot seat. This week’s victim . . .
By MARC HIRSH  |  July 8, 2008

Did you ever find that guy?
Oh, yeah. He was underneath the overpass of 93 North, and I won’t say what he was wearing, but it wasn’t pretty.

If, as Wesley Clark claims, being shot down doesn’t qualify you to be president, what does it qualify you for?
Being shot down? It qualifies you for frequent flyer miles on American Airlines, though they’ll still overcharge you for bags.

Are you the mole?
Oh, yes, indeed. And the otter and the aardvark.

If gas gets too expensive, what should we drink instead?
Kool-Aid. I’ve gotta go with the Kool-Aid. It’s the ultimate energy drink, and it smashes through walls with its character, so it makes transportation easier. I can go straight through buildings.

The candles are lit, Al Green is playing low, and I’m staring deeply into your eyes. Ruin the mood with a single sentence.
“I think Barbra Streisand needs a new nose.”

J.J. LESLIE | Comedy Studio, Cambridge | July 12 | 617.661.6507

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