Reminiscing About Quizzo Bowls Past

This interview was done for the documentary, which was shot before Quizzo Bowl IV. In it, I talk about previous halftime acts and previous bands at Quizzo Bowl. Of course, WID didn’t work out so well at QBIV. Last year’s dragon troupe was a bit more successful, though they went on a little long As for bands, every year I’ve picked a winner. Black Elvis was awesome, and so was Haulin Oats. The West Philadelphia Orchestra will definitely continue that proud tradition. This year, Chip Chantry, Fastball Pitcher Bob Gutierrez, comedian Eric Todd and myself will be doing the halftime act. Could be a hoot…or it could be an epic disaster. There’s only one way to find out. I’ll have tickets on sale tonight.

3 thoughts on “Reminiscing About Quizzo Bowls Past

  1. Yeah, he was awesome. The reason it didn't work was because he was too low on the stage and so people couldn't see his props. I told him to go up on the main stage but he didn't want to dump his stuff on the musicians equipment, so he got down on floor level. People in the back didn't see anything, and when you can't see a prop comedians props, you're not gonna like him. People in the front rows loved it…people in the back were the ones booing.

  2. Gabe and I were laughing. I was laughing in that “can't control it, Bloopers and Practical Jokes” manner. The rest of the Diabetics looked at us like we had two heads.

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