"The Ex-Terminator," featuring Maya Rudolph & Jon Hamm
From The Paul F. Tompkins Show 9th Anniversary Special
19 March 2011
The proceedings are even looser and sillier than usual as the great Jon Hamm and Paul’s favorite among favorites, Maya Rudolph, join Paul for a super-sized sketch as part of the 9th Anniversary celebration of The Paul F. Tompkins Show at Largo.
Written by Paul F. Tompkins
SFX & special lighting: Eban Schletter
Camera: Neil Mahoney
Special thanks: Ben Acker, Ken Crosby, Cash Hartzell, Jesse Honig, Alec Dixon, Michael Griffee, Flanagan, and everyone at Largo at The Coronet.
As we celebrate the end of 2012 and the beginning of the… one after… that (math is not my strong suit) I would like to thank everyone who bought a ticket to a show, downloaded a podcast or purchased an album that I created this year. I am grateful to have nice fans and lucky that anyone pays attention to anything I do at all.
Here is a video from my final Largo show of 2012, and the last one, overall, for a while. I will be sharing more stuff like this with you from the considerable Paul F. Tompkins Show video archive as 2013 (now I get it; it’s like a series of numbers) unfolds. So go on and subscribe to my channel, should it please you.
On to the future. We’ll take a cup of kindness yet!
Credits: Eban Schletter (arrangement & piano), Peter Adams (keyboards), Todd Spahr (guitar), Scott Rodgers (drums), Brandon McCulloch (bass), James Eason (tenor sax), Gabriel Feenberg (trombone), David Ralicke (baritone sax), Jordan Katz (trumpet), Jamie Adams (trumpet), Kathryn Burns & Aubrey Leigh (dancers)
Camera: Nick Reczynski
Special thanks: Cash Hartzell
Paul hosts Jen Kirkman, Tim Meadows, James Adomian, Zach Galafianakis, “Andrew Lloyd Webber,” “Garry Marshall,” “Cake Boss,” and The Canadian IKEA Monkey* for a night of excellent comedy for an excellent cause!
This show is a handful of tickets away from selling out! Tickets: HERE.
ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE LOS ANGELES REGIONAL FOOD BANK
*There is a slight chance some guests will be prevented from appearing for failure to meet entry requirements as dictated by United States border officials
Recorded LIVE in front of An Audience at Largo at The Coronet on October 20th, 2012. The Golden Age of Italian Explorer Television. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: “Advice to The Probably Dead” with Melissa Rauch, Beth Littleford and Janie Haddad Tompkins. The Inevitable Conclusion of The Great Undiscovered Project. It’s Nice To Not Be Alone In Your Crumbles.