Bob Saget at Paramount Center for the Arts

Dated: April 14 2012

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I have to admit, I have never been that crazy about Bob Saget until I saw him in several episodes of my favorite HBO series, Entourage. I thought his character was outrageously funny and I have grown to like him since.   His character was really just over the top (a little raunchy) but really funny.  You can't help but laugh at his comedy in general!

Well, if you like him, you can see him locally this weekend.  Bob Saget will be performing at The Paramount Center for the Arts in nearby Peekskill.  He'll be there Sunday night for a 7pm show.  Leave your kids at home for this one....it's stand-up comedy for adults....if you need a good side-splitting laugh, get a ticket!  

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Mary Lovera

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