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If He Ain't Broke

New York Magazine recently chose comedian Reese Waters as one of the city's Ten Comedians to Watch and the guy's certainly lived up to the hype. Waters, who is black, likes to joke about just how broke he looks. "A homeless guy was asking people in line for the bus if they had change," he says in one skit. "And he skipped me. I was offended." Waters, who originally thought about going back to school before pursuing his career in comedy, created a sensation when he posted a very funny interview with Mike Tyson on YouTube. The two had some tea and talked about what they preferred to eat for breakfast in the morning. He appears tonight at 7:30 at Hilarities and has shows scheduled through Sunday. Tickets are $20 to $23. (Niesel)

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  • Hilarities Comedy Club

    2035 East Fourth St., Inside Pickwick & Frolic Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


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