Thanks to the thousands of you who recently came to a taping of "Howie Do It." It was an unforgettable night. And thanks to all of you fans who stuck around after the show to say hi to me! It was a thrill to meet you. (I've included some fun pictures from the night.)
As you might suspect, during the evening there were some pranks pulled behind the scenes (that will never make it to television). I want to personally apologize to DJ Ravidrums, our amazing drummer/percussionist, for placing his drumsticks in a part of my body that drumsticks really shouldn't go. (I did that on stage in front of the audience before the show... DJ Ravidrums was not amused.)
No one was safe from being pranked that night - not even the audience. Before the taping I pretended to be an usher and pulled a little prank on some people who came to the show. Wearing no shirt... and an usher badge clipped to my left nipple (it was not pretty), I walked them around in circles for over 45 MINUTES as I "looked for their seats." After about thirty minutes they started getting winded... they weren't in the best shape. For being such good sports, I finally gave them front row seats. But what they really needed was oxygen! I think they're still out of breath.
It was definitely a perfect night (except maybe for DJ Ravidrums and his drumsticks). I can't wait to do it again soon!
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It's a Vic Cohen Sandwich. This is fun!
The infamous drumsticks! Hmm. For some crazy reason DJ Ravidrums didn't want these sticks after I got hold of them. And naturally, this fan did!
Me with the drumming fan and her MAN. WHAT?!?! "Please don't hurt me, sir."
Here I give my autograph and remind her "Yes, I am available for bachelorette parties."
I wish I had an explanation for this picture. I don't.