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6 of Natasha Leggero’s Funniest Stand-Up Comedy Bits

The Leafly Comedy Tour continues with Natasha Leggero at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles this Sunday, February 27. Warm up your gut with some belly laughs from Ms. Leggero's previous standup sets, and be sure to catch her in the Comedy Central series Another Period, which debuts its second season later this year. 

To see Leggero live, RSVP for our Los Angeles show on February 27th. For more of the funny comedian, check out our Q&A with her, where we talk about women in comedy, what her signature strain would be, and more. 

A Conversation With Natasha Leggero, Leafly Comedy Tour's L.A. Show Headliner

 

"No One Smart's Having a Toilet Baby"

Bond with Ms. Leggero over her love of TLC's I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant, in which women are walking around, going about their day, and "all of a sudden a baby comes out…usually in a toilet."

 

Natasha Doesn't Get the Appeal of Burning Man

"I've never been, and I hate it," the petite comedian admits as she tears into people who flock to Burning Man each year to be "off the grid" and "listen to didgeridoo solos in between orgasms."

 

Usher is Not a Wordsmith

Ms. Leggero doesn't get the appeal of R&B artist Usher and his not-so poetic lyrics. She also shares her surefire way to get rich: by writing a song "that makes teenagers think they can get rich and famous without having to do anything." 

 

Women Used to Have It So Much Easier

Remember the good ol' days when women just had to "twist [their] dimples and talk like a three year old" if they wanted something from their husbands? 

 

"Here's My Problem with Hip Hop Music"

What's wrong with today's hip hop? "Anything catchy's just been stolen from another song." Need some examples? Leggero's got you covered.

Check out Ms. Leggero's YouTube channel for more funny clips, and be sure to catch her FREE show this Saturday, February 27, at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles. Entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis, so RSVP now and get there early to secure a spot!

Natasha Leggero and Michael Ian Black Headline Leafly’s Comedy Tour Stops in LA and Denver