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Nate Smith

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In my last show we had an amazing moment when Kevin Allen asked an audience member to toss a lemon back to him. He was planning on doing a gag where he purposely doesn’t catch the lemon. He wasn’t expecting her to chuck the lemon by him and into the great beyond. What happened next was priceless. Enjoy.

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Well played! That was fun.

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Mike Powers

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Looks like something to keep in the show by doing some pre-show work. 

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Looks like something to keep in the show by doing some pre-show work. 

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Agreed!  This is certainly a case of where having a stooge or "helpful spectator" adds to the entertainment value.
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Great way to switch a lemon! [smile]
In fact you could probably palm an elephant while all that stuff's going on!! [wink][smile]
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"Mistakes" provide opportunities. A sound principle.
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Nate Smith

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"Mistakes" provide opportunities. A sound principle.


As an improviser, I know this principle well.
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Great way to switch a lemon! [smile]
In fact you could probably palm an elephant while all that stuff's going on!! [wink][smile]


You must have large hands.
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You must have large hands.


Not really. I'm just pretty slick, thanks to liberal applications of talcum powder.
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I was there watching this from the front row. Kevin did such a great job playing this to his advantage. It was truly funny!

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