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Friday
Feb092007

Your Weekend of Pre-Valentine's Day Romantic Bliss, Summarized

'Til DeathFriday: A split-hour of double-power at the UCB, starting with Jason Nash explaining to you "How to Hate Your Baby" followed by James Adomian and friends showcasith their improvith skills in "Shakesperiment". (8pm, $5) For you ocean-dwellers, The Westside Eclectic premieres their Howie Mandel-less version of "Deal or No Deal".(8pm, $8) Uncabaret's Beth Lapides and company share their stories of love at "Say The Word: Love Bugs". (8pm, $15) Get your sketch fix with too many people to name here at "Mama'd Be Proud" over at Second City. (9:30pm, $10)

Saturday: More sketch comedy than you can shake a scalpel at with the double bill of "The Madness of King/Drew Medical Center" and "Best Damn Sketch Show Ever" over at Acme. (10pm, $12) Jimmy Pardo breaks some hearts hosting the hell out of an all-star "Match Game" at the UCB. (10pm, $8) Brendon Small, Ron Lynch, and Craig Anton present their surreal variety spectacle The Tomorrow Show. (midnight, $5)

Sunday: When it comes to topical/political humor, The Daily Show handles your weeknights, and SNL claims your Saturdays, and Big News donkey-punches your Sundays. (10pm, $5)

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