No, it’s not #TBT (that’s Throwback Thursday there boss), but this one is just too good to wait another 52 hours! Yesterday we brought you a Zach Galifianakis stand-up video gem from 1999, but today we are going to not only go back one whole year to 1998, but we’re going to add the legendary Ken Jeong – aka Mr. Chow – to the stage. Yes, you read that right: this is Alan and Mr. Chow 9 years before they would become absolute mega stars with the release of The Hangover. For the love of all that is funny, do not pass up this video. Please.
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Raise your hand if you knew who Zach Galifianakis was before Y2K hit? Seriously, be honest now – did you? Most people remember or think of Zach’s first role from the highly underrated movie Out Cold, but that didn’t come out until 2001, when your’s truly was just a freshman in college. If you guessed The Hangover, well, you’re way off. Try 1999ish, folks. Crazy, right? Well what you’ll find above is the mega-star that is Zach Galifianakis doing stand-up way back in that very year, just before his meteoric rise began to take shape. The setting is Luna Park in West Hollywood, and I can’t think of a better or funnier way to kick off your Monday morning!
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Get excited. The wolf pack returns to Las Vegas, and movie screens around the world on May 24th, 2013. Personally I thought the sequel was sub par, but I think everyone’s expectations were sky high after the epic intro. Legendary comedic director/writer Todd Phillips made the write choice by setting the trilogy’s conclusion back where where it should be: Sin City.
Check out the trailer below, and drop some of your own Hangover stories from Vegas in the comments below!