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Married to Comedy (Literally) [Rebroadcast]
Married to Comedy (Literally) [Rebroadcast]

AIR DATE: December 1, 2011

Brian McKim and Traci Skene are both successful comics, with 40-plus years of stand-up laughs between the two of them.  They also happen to be married.  Despite their long marriage, "we give advice and bust up marriages," Skene told the Review-Journal.  And they're expanding their advice business into a new book: "The Comedy Bible" - tips for aspiring comics.  "Last Comic Standing" alum McKim and his witty wife join us to talk about how to survive in the comedy business, crack some jokes with our host, and what it's like with two comics under one roof. 
Brian McKim and Traci Skene recently completed their headliner gig at The Orleans and will perform at the Improv at Harrah's in February 2012.
Brian McKim, comedian
Traci Skene, comedian

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