Flophouse

June 2017
21:30

Season 1 Episode 7 - Toxoplasmosis At Garbage Party

3.0 5 x
Comedian Sean Patton hosts a stand up show at Garbage Party in New Orleans. Kamari Stevens, Andrew Polk, Mary-Devon Dupuy, Jon Reaux and Geoff Gauchet perform in the backyard.
21:30

Season 1 Episode 6 - Hand Warmers At Comedy Compound

4.0 4 x
Denver comedians live together at the Comedy Compound. Sam Tallent hosts a stand up show with Adam Cayton Holland, David Gborie, Christie Buchele, Nathan Lund and Troy Walker.
May 2017
21:30

Season 1 Episode 5 - Can Crushing At The Hangar

4.0 6 x
Comedians living in an airplane hangar on the Beltline of Atlanta. Neel Nanda hosts a stand-up comedy show with performances by Byron Bowers, Mia Jackson, Dave Stone, and more.
21:30

Season 1 Episode 4 - Hoverboards At Babe Island

4.0 5 x
Solomon Georgio, Eric Dadourian, James Johnson share a house in LA. They host a party and comedy show in the garage, with performances by Clare O'Kane, Bobcat Goldthwait and more.
21:30

Season 1 Episode 3 - How Come At The Convent

4.0 4 x
Comedian Kate Willett lives in a collective of artists, musicians, activists, and comedians in San Francisco called "The Convent." They host a rooftop party and stand-up comedy performances by Jesse Elias, Matt Lieb, Chris Thayer, Sad Vicious.
21:30

Season 1 Episode 2 - Dong Bumping At Sylvan House

3.0 7 x
Andrew Holmgren and David Gborie show off Sylvan House, a group house full of comedians. They throw a party and stand-up show in the yard with Brent Weinbach, Caitlin Gil, and more.
April 2017
21:30

Season 1 Episode 1 - Thunderstorm At Babe Island

4.0 6 x
Most comedians are broke, and a lot of them are broke in the same houses. Filmmaker Lance Bangs documents this network of couches and the stand-ups that crash on them. Comedians Solomon Georgio, Eric Dadourian, James Johnson share a house in LA. The...
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