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Roy to the World

Comedian Roy Wood needs a lady in his life. He’s sick of having to use his mom as an emergency contact for everything. When he wants to be treated like a king, he calls his old cell phone company up and gets free stuff from the “Customer Retention Department.” Other funny bits include why he doesn’t trust nice waitresses, overly enthusiastic college football fans and the politics of carrying around condoms. This guy’s observations on life are downright funny, and he manages to do it without being crude. He appears on the Improv stage tonight at 7:30 and has shows scheduled through Sunday. Tickets are $17 to $22. (Trenholme)

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