Immaculate Big Bang

Comedy Central comedian Bill Santiago goes in search of answers and laughs at the border of science and religion.

3 thoughts on “Immaculate Big Bang

  1. This was actually pretty great, with very smart content that switched from religious philosophy to quantum physics to personal stories and then some. However, continuous comments by the performer letting the audience know we were not living up to his expectations made things a bit uncomfortable. Granted, it must have been a bit disappointing that were only 11 people there, but don’t blame the people that did come for that! Rapt attention and laughter of a moderate volume is a pretty positive response from a bunch of WASP-y Canadians on a Tuesday. Don’t be a jerk about it! People do not respond to shaming with applause. That said, I do recommend seeing this show, but maybe ask how the tickets sales are doing before you commit.

  2. Super intelligent comedy. Laughed until my stomach hurt. This guy is unbelievably funny, witty and kept the pace for 90 minutes.

  3. Thought this was witty, fun and thoughtful. Replace Leviticus with Green Eggs and Ham!

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