Once upon a time, there were three funny boys who performed at the Alamo Drafthouse. Their duty? To entertain us with bad movies -- Hollywood wipeouts like Xanadu and Footloose and Star Trek V. But that ain't all. Oh, that ain't the half of it. Armed with their own special talents, John Erler (the tall one), Owen Egerton (the short one), and Jerm Pollet (the dark one) offer an evening's entertainment that ranges from the political to the scatological, from the sublime to the ridiculous. Their Friday-night comic jam sessions in the front row of the Alamo Downtown have become the can't-miss hit of the year, the must-see ticket of the millennium, the don't-get-there-late-or-you're-shit-outta-luck sensation of the season. And why not? Action! Laughter! Cross-dressing! And maybe even a little romance. Finally, these three guys prove that even comic actors can be strong, sassy, and – above all – fashionable.
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