Brands of brash humor come to Blackman

By Chris Brook

Comedians Bob Saget and Sarah Silverman performed their own brands of edgy stand-up Friday night in Blackman Auditorium as part of Kappa Sigma’s fourth annual Comedy Night.

Hitting the stage at 8:45 p.m., Bob Saget, the night’s headliner, jumped into a solid hour’s worth of neurotic, stream-of-consciousness comedy.

For the majority of his act, Saget poked fun at his squeaky-clean image from the TV shows “Full House” and “America’s Funniest Home Videos” – two programs that, at their peak, aired in primetime and launched Saget to family-friendly stardom in the mid-’90s.

“Colleges are blowing up for me in a fun way, because [students] grew up watching ‘Full House,'” Saget said after the show. “It’s like meatloaf

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