Candice, a woman Victor met on Craigslist loses a bet and has to make a public display. We stop by the Keith and The Girl Week festivities as well as a visit with Giulia Rozzi at the Women in Comedy Festival.
A friend relates his first experience with a prostitue. Karen Batista talks about moving in to a New York hell hole and Victor calls the business below him to get them to turn their music down. Cameo from Ding-Ding the cat.
Myka Fox and Victor argue about who's more of a sociopath, we learn to swear in Turkish, and we get to hear the Q and A after a screening of Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! at Gilda's Laugh Festival with Liam McEneaney and Victor. Oh, and we sing the Ewok song. Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film is currently available on iTunes and on DVD.
Every comic has to deal with a drunk audience member coming up to them and telling them exactly what they think of one of their jokes or how they think their act could be better when the advice was never asked for. Victor caught this time on tape.
Victor's work is part of the new show CREEPERS at the Superchief gallery so he spends the night of the opening talking to "The Human Carpet" and to grown women wearing diapers. Also, a little bit of a day when a shoot goes wrong.
Victor deals with a woman from stage that he really started heckling first, has a conversation with a woman who happily tells the story of losing her virginity to a rape gang-bang and talks to a creepy housekeeper.
Victor shares the panel from New York Comicon for his second directorial feature Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! With Christian Finnegan, Kristen Schaal, Rob Paravonian, Liam McEneaney and Victor Varnado.
On this, the first episode of Utopiduh: we meet Victor's niece Whitney, a discussion is had as to when it's okay to call a woman the c-word, Victor hangs out with Barely Legal's Baron Vaughn in San Francisco, and Victor talks to a woman in a bar about relationships.