(ENDED!) Brian Posehn in Seattle – TICKET GIVE AWAY!!!


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*taping live comedy special*
Neptune Theatre
Seattle, Wa
This Friday, June 15th 2012
(2 shows: 8pm & 10:30pm)

You might recognize this stoic looking gentleman in the image above.  If so, you still might only be aware of a small percentage of his work.  Perhaps your first thought was, “Oh!  Look, it’s that one guy!  He was on that… show.. or movie I saw once.“  The nerdier types, like myself, probably had a thought that was slightly closer to, “Yes!  It’s Brian Posehn of Mr Show, The Sarah Silverman Show, Just Shoot Me!, The original Comedians of Comedy tour, standup, film, creating his own graphic novel, telling jokes, writing jokes, as a voice on Mission Hill, playing D&D, and constantly wearing metal T-shirts fame!

Brian‘s is one of those standups that’s been at it for a really long time, climbing his way towards a career during a time before there was any Comedy Central or necessarily any real light at the end of the tunnel in the industry.  In the 90s, when the major hope was that you could land that shot in the dark sitcom deal (à la Seinfeld, Ellen, Home Improvment, etc.), the real mother fuckers like Patton Oswalt, Louis C.K., Chris Rock, Marc Maron, Todd Barry, David Cross and, of course, Brian Posehn were actually honing their craft and doing it because it was their passion.  The real focus was on the work and the work is what has, eventually, given them the ability to do what they do now, in a manner that is so seemingly effortless.  It’s also given some of them, like Posehn, ridiculously long and increasingly divergent resumes, from taking the random gigs that presented themselves to such a distinct profession that used to have an even greater limitation of outlets.  It’s no secret that Brian is not only a highly regarded comedian among fans and critics, but his work is also incredibly well respected among his peers.

This Friday, BRIAN POSEHN is filming his latest special in Seattle at the wonderful Neptune Theatre.  There will be 2 shows–one at 8pm and another at 10:30— an Monster Fresh is going to be giving away 5 pair to each!  If you still haven’t made it out to the Neptune since it’s renovation from a Landmark movie theatre, here’s your opportunity; they’ve done a great job with the stained glass and keeping the original feel of the classic architecture. Brian‘s material is crude, real, and direct.  If you are a fan of Jay Leno and/or think Jeff Dunham is hilarious, you might want to sit this one out.

Getting your hands on a pair of tickets is easy.  Scroll down and read the details after the following press release and grainy but hilarious video of Brian at work.

via press release

STG presents Brian Posehn at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle on Friday, June 15, 2012.

Comedian/actor/writer Brian Posehn is currently writing on Charlie Sheen’s new comedy, Anger Management (FX). He has most recently co-starred in Universal’s feature, The Five-Year Engagement, directed Nick Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow.  He also starred for three seasons in Comedy Central’s popular show, The Sarah Silverman Program, and toured as one of the original members of the Comedians of Comedy.

Besides writing and performing on HBO’s acclaimed Mr. Show, he has appeared in sitcoms such as Just Shoot Me, Seinfeld, NewsRadio, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Friends.

Brian has also appeared in several movies, including Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Sex Drive, and Surfs Up.

In 2009 Brian wrote an episode of The Sarah Silverman Program and wrote the story for a Metalocalypse episode (Adult Swim). He also made an appearance in the Judd Apatow film Funny People, and also directed a video for the hilarious hair metal band, Steel Panther.

In 2009, Brian released his album, Fart and Weiner Jokes, and in 2006 he released his first graphic novel, The Last Christmas, and his comedy album: Live in Nerd Rage.


This one’s easy.  Make sure that you’ve “liked” us on Facebook (widget at bottom of this page) and then, just ask for them in the comment section below.

The show’s coming up fast and there’s a total of 20 tickets (10 pair: 5 for each show) that we need to give away.  Depending on how many request we get, we might just pick people at random –probably with a number generator/randomizer.  We might just fill in the slots easily and, in that case, everyone wins!  But that’s like saying, “If you’re the only entrant, you will win!” and that’s kind of obvious.


We don’t have a lot of time to fuck around with this one and the tickets will need to be placed on the guest list, so we’re gonna need a valid email to contact you.  If we can’t contact you and confirm in a reasonable time, we have to move on and give your tickets to someone else.

Please give us the name that you want the tickets placed under on the list.

Tell us which show you need tickets for.  The options are either 8pm or 10:30pm.

If you want to post a joke with your entry, it’s not necessary, but it’s welcomed.
[if there are only a few more entries than tickets, this might become a deciding factor in your favor.]

Don’t be a dick!

The concert is this Friday, June 15th 2012 at either 8 or 10:30.  You know when it is and, if you can’t make it or are unsure if you can make it, don’t fucking enter!  Don’t take the spots away from other people that would love to use them.  We’ll have another giveaway at some point and you might as well wait for that one.


Dead C

Located in Seattle, Dead C is the founder/editor, as well as the principal writer and photographer, of Monster Fresh. Creating the site in 2007, he did so with a specific dream in mind. Unfortunately, being a muscle relaxer-fueled fever dream, it's hard to recall all of the details. "I remember that my mom was there, but it wasn't actually her in the dream, it was actually 70s heart throb, Jan Michael Vincent. And everything took place here, in this room... but it wasn't actually here... it was different. The colors were washed out and, for some reason, there was a raccoon kicking it with us and it was wearing a holographic monocle."

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