Saturday, January 15, 2011

Thanks to all!

Thanks to all who came out to our celebration at Chicago Sketchfest Thursday night. There were whispers in some circles that maybe it was the best show we've done. People in this circle tend to agree. It was an amazing night, and we'd like to thank everyone for making it out.

Here's to a big new year...

Friday, January 7, 2011

People Used to Listen to this in the 90's!!!

Happy Friday! See you at Sketchfest next Thursday.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

Happy new year from Think Tank. We all have our new year's resolutions intact: Paul is going to lie to Brent more, Brent is going to lie to Drew more, Peter is going to end world peace, and Cappy...well...more on Cappy's later. We just wrapped up a remarkable Pistol Party 18 with some good stories, good beers, the birth of an Uncle Snickers, and a wicked hangover this morning. Our friend Kevin "Pugsly" Casey came all the way from Lexington, KY to help us with some jokes, which was great of him to do. Happy early birthday Pugs, and when we're thinking of birthdays in January, we think of the most epic party that never happened, of course:

Still gotta throw that party...In the meantime, we'll be back with Pistol Party on Tuesday Feb. 1st (Shit...the first Tuesday in February is on the first??? It'll be here before you know it!). In the meantime, come see an encore performance of our very own Modern Men show next Thursday at 9:30 for our Chicago Sketchfest slot. Sketchfest is the worlds largest such festival, and is always a great time. Get more info here: chicagosketchfest

We'd like to send a big R.I.P. to one of our heroes, Gerry Rafferty, who wrote songs such as "Stuck in the Middle with You," and one of our show staples "Baker Street." I couldn't count how many times Cappy has danced to that one, or how many air saxophone contests we've had while listening (check the'll know it):

Also, here's a ridiculous video of John (of Pistol Party fame) that Cappy found while snooping on his computer (one of Cappy's resolutions is to snoop on more people's computers, so password protect that shit):