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UPDATED: What You Missed: Comedy Below Canal™: Bro’In Out with Leo & Tony

L-R: Paul Rudd and Steve Schirripa

Somewhere between The Dick Cavett Show and After Dark with Hugh Hefner lies “Bro’In Out with Leo & Tony.” In this live talk/variety show, host Leo Allen, ‘sidekick’ Tony Camin and bartender Jawnee Conroy welcomed Paul Rudd, Jon Glaser aka The Dreamedian, Steve Schirripa and musical guests Supercute!. There are two more photos below, and you can check out the full photo set at 92YTribeca’s Flickr.

UPDATE: Now with video of Supercute! performing Not To Write About Boys


Paul Rudd

UPDATE:New York Magazine‘s Vulture Blog covered the event, and presents this exchange out of context:

Camin: I was in Paris. I just hop on the Concorde and go.

Rudd: Let me ask you … has it been an inconvenience at all that they’ve grounded all Concorde flights for something like ten years?

Camin: Well, I fly out of Teterboro.

And...Time Out New York was there as well.

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