-Oh, look who elseis on the red carpet.
We're here with Mr. Dan Cummins.
-Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
-One of the comics performingon the Lincoln Road stage
this week here at the SouthBeach Comedy Festival.
Dan, you're fromSpokane, Washington?
-Actually, uh, Riggins, Idaho.
But yeah, I live in Spokane now.
Yeah, Spokane man.
And does Spokane comparewhat South Beach, Florida?
They're pretty comparable?
-Yeah, it's pretty identical.
Like, sometimes I think thatI'm in Spokane when I'm walking
around here, like bythe beach in 70 degree
weather and all thebeautiful people.
I'm like, am I in myneighborhood or in Miami?
-It's hard to tell.
-I mean, the peopleare all to similar.
Dan and I are both doingthe outdoor Lincoln
Road stage here at the Festival.
How do you like the outdoorshow setting so far?
-Um, you know, eight-year-oldkids and homeless people are
a big target demographic forme, so I feel good about it.
-They're everyone's targetdemographic these days.
Uh, senior citizens, smallchildren, and homeless people.
If I could havethat every show, I
think my career wouldbe a lot further along.
-I think it would be great, too.
-Actually, it is fun, though.
It's a lot more fun thanI was, uh-- it's fun.
-Dan, thank you forchatting with us.
Dan Cummins, performinghere at the South
Beach Comedy Festival.