- Two tickets to an upcoming comedy show, plus one appetizer of up to a $7.99 value
- When: any regular performance between now and March 12, 2014. Tickets are not valid for special engagements, which are indicated in red on the calendar.
- Where: Funny Bone Comedy Club
- Ticket values include all fees.
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- $14 for a Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday show (up to a $35.99 value)
- $20 for a Friday or Saturday show (up to a $39.99 value)<p>
[Pete Correale](http://www.petecorreale.com/) (November 21–24)
Comic specializing in everyday humor, known for his work co-hosting Breuer Unleashed with Jim Breuer on Sirius radio<p>
Warning: contains questionable health advice<p>
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Darrell Joyce (November 29–December 1)
Columbus native seen on Comcast Comedy Spotlight, BET, Comedy Central, and Fox
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Paul Mecurio (December 12–15)
Winner of an Emmy and a Peabody for his writing on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Mecurio has been seen on The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn and Comedy Central Presents
Warning: real talk about dirty pictures
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Funny Bone Comedy Club
It started when Gerald Kubach became enamored with standup comedy. Looking to invest in the humor business, he and cofounder Mitch Kutash opened the very first Funny Bone Comedy Club in Pittsburg in 1982. Over 25 years later, the little club that could has turned into a national comedy institution, with branches in nearly every metropolitan city. While household names such as Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey, Roseanne Barr, and Tim Allen have cut their teeth on the clubs' stages, The Funny Bone continues to offer the first big breaks to up-and-coming local talent.