Laughter has healing power, especially after you’ve watched a sad film or seen a sad person fall down. Laugh at a professional with this GrouponLive deal.
- General admission to a standup comedy show
- When: any show through January 29, 2014. Special-engagement events are subject to limited seating.
- Where: Stanford and Son’s Comedy Club
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view a schedule of upcoming acts. <p>
- $19 for two tickets and one order of chips and salsa (up to $46.50 total value)
- $29 for four tickets and two orders of chips and salsa (up to $93 total value)
- $39 for four tickets, four orders of chips and salsa, and four tickets to any future show (up to $186 value) <p>
Standford and Son’s Comedy Club requires a one-item minimum food and drink purchase per person, not included in this deal.<p>
Tom Arnold (November 14–16)
Writer, actor, producer, host of Best Damn Sports Show Period and My Big Redneck Wedding, comic relief of films such as True Lies and Nine Months<p>
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**[Carlos Alazraqui](http://www.carlosalazraqui.com/) (December 6–7)**
Actor, writer, and impressionist best known for his role as Deputy Garcia on Reno 911! and as the voice of the Taco Bell chihuahua
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**[Louie Anderson](http://www.louieanderson.com/) (December 12–14)**
Veteran standup comedian, author, and television star; creator of Life with Louie and former host of Family Feud <iframe width="423" height="238" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/mAap8FP30DM?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowFullScreen="allowFullScreen"="allowFullScreen="allowFullScreen"">
Stanford & Sons Comedy Club
Originally opening in Westport in 1975, Stanford & Son's Comedy Club gave an early outlet to comedy giants such as Jerry Seinfeld and Roseanne. The club packs in up to 300 audience members for sets from a long list of up-and-comers as well as seasoned performers. The pros fish for chuckles during shows held Wednesday–Sunday; Wednesdays also give novices the chance to try their hand at the club's open mic. All the while, drinks flow freely from two sizable bars.