Local comedian Isaac Witty stopped by the show to talk about his comedy journey. He and Andy chatted about his upbringing in a Christian sketch comedy family, what the Twin Cities comedy scene was like in the 2000s, why he loved touring college campuses and why it would be near impossible in today’s world, and advice to anyone thinking about giving an Open Mic Night a shot. Plus Isaac recalls his appearance on Letterman, working with Garrison Keillor on A Prairie Home Companion, being acquainted with the late-great Mitch Hedberg (the PRIDE of Minnesota), and opening for Amy Schumer at the Target Center on accident.
That and more on this edition of BULL with Andy Carlson.
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