Exclusive - Keep It 100 - Paul F. Tompkins Reveals His Least Favorite City

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Larry asks Paul F. Tompkins where he likes to perform most -- and least. (3:06)

(audience applause)

- Alright, I'm here with Paul F. Tompkins.

It's time for the game we like to call keep it hunny.

Keep it 100.

(audience laughing)

Hey Paul, you know, thank you.

I'm gonna ask you a question,

keep your answer 100 percent real.

- [Paul] Yes sir.

- Get one of these man,you know how it works.

You gonna get some weak tea.

- Ugh.

- [Larry] Alright, I know, serious, okay.

- How old is that tea?

There's like a cloud of--

- That's why it's weak.

(laughing)

It's a cloud of weakness.

Alright, okay, this is a good one okay.

So you're out on tour, as we speak, with your show

Comedy Bang Bang. - [Paul] Mmm Hmm

- Right?

(cheering)

Very funny man,

and you know it's very important that you are nice

to cities when you travel and all that stuff.

You know what I mean.

- [Paul] Absolutely. Yes I do.

- Always wanna be nice to cities.

So here's your question,

it's a two part question.

What is your favorite city to perform in?

And the second part is,

which city would you avoid performing in ever again?

Keep your answer 100 percent real.

- That I've performed at already?

- [Larry] Yes, of course.

You can't just make up a city you haven't been to.

(laughing)

- Aw, I thought that wasgonna be my loophole.

I was gonna name some place in Narnia or something.

- [Larry] No, no, no.

- Philadelphia, my hometown, favorite place.

Love performing there.

(cheering)

- [Larry] You don't wanna piss them off either.

- Oh my god, no.

They'll throw batteries at me.

- [Larry] Yeah, exactly.

Least favorite?

- Least favorite.

Hmmmmm

- [Larry] Hmmmm

- I've been a lot of places.

- It's a little tough, isn't it?

- [Paul] Yeah... yeah, yeah, yeah.

- I can get out the tea if you need.

- Hold on a second, I know...

(laughing)

- You don't have to answer.

- Houston, Texas.

(audience groaning) - [Larry] Why Houston?

- I had a miserable time there.

- [Larry] We have some people from Houston?

(audience yelling)

- Okay, what happened in Houston?

- You should have been nicer to me when I was there.

(laughing)

- Do they still have the Black Eyed Pea there in Houston?

- [Voiceover] Yeah.

- Really?

She was like, yeah, it'snot that good Larry.

- [Voiceover] Oh is that a restaurant?

- That was a restaurant.

Okay, so what happened in Houston?

- I was doing a stand up show there.

It was right after theyhad that weird period

where they had banned smoking in restaurants and bars.

But they still had like a half-ass

smoking section in the same room.

(laughing)

- [Larry] What is this, the 90s?

- Yeah. Yeah it was, itwas the early 2000's,

and there was a guy who was sitting in the front row

who would go to the back of the room,

just like three rows back

to smoke cigarettes andthen come back for it.

Like you couldn't get through an hour,

he smoked like five cigarettes.

- [Larry] Wow.

- And I called attention to it

and then the entirecrowd turned against me.

- [Larry] Wow.

Houston, that's so sad.

You know, I have to giveyou some tea anyway.

You know why?

Cause I tricked you, I made you slam a city.

(laughing)

No, I'm just kidding, don't be sad.

Here you go.

(laughing and applause)

- Paul F. Tompkins everybody.

- Take that Houston.

- [Larry] Yeah Houston.

(audience cheering)

Yeah.