Dance, Monkey: Gerry Dee

We put a visiting comic on the hotseat. This week's victim. . .
By SARA FAITH ALTERMAN  |  June 11, 2008

What’s your evil twin doing right now?
I have no idea — we were separated on the way to the ovum. He went left and I went right. The egg was on the right side of the fallopian tube. Once I got in, I never saw him again.

How should John McCain try to up his “cool” quotient with the young uns?
Start a group called “The Oldest Man on Facebook.” And then “poke” away.

Is there anything that Scott McClellan could have written in What Happened, his new book about his insider experience in the White House, that would surprise you?
Hillary is actually very sexy when you see her up close.

What’s your least favorite Canadian stereotype, eh?
That people assume we know who Scott McClellan is. Because I am Canadian, I haven’t got a clue.

How’s my driving?
It is really good until you have to parallel-park; then I have to take over.

GERRY DEE | Comedy Connection, Boston | June 13-14 | 617.248.9700 or www.comedyconnectionboston.com

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