Invitation to a Beheading (St. Patrick's Day Edition) w/ Bonnie McFarlane, Colin Jost, Sean Donnelly, & More!
16 & over
Bonnie McFarlane hails from Northern Canada but is still always cold.
McFarlane is a national headliner whose television credits includes an HBO special, two comedy central specials, three Letterman appearances, a Tonight Show appearance and is a regular on the Opie and Anthony/Jimmy radio show. The Huffington Post listed McFarlane as the number one funniest female you should know. Paste Magazine chose the podcast she does with her husband, Rich Vos as one of the Top Ten best comedy podcasts today. It's called My Wife Hates Me. McFarlane cohosts a national radio show on Sirius based on her podcast. She most recently made a critically acclaimed comedy documentary about funny women called Women Aren’t Funny starring Joan Rivers, Rosie O’Donnell, Sarah Silverman and Maria Bamford. It’s available on iTunes and Netfix. Her comedy has been described as sly, inventive and edgy. Huffpo referred to her crowd work as the best in the biz.
Bonnie is contractually obligated to mention her husband, Rich Vos in every bio. He is a big act.
Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"
Colin Jost returns to “SNL” as co-anchor of "Weekend Update” alongside new co-host Michael Che. Following the tradition of former head writers Tina Fey and Seth Meyers, Jost joined “Weekend Update” last season having been head writer at “SNL” since 2012 and a staff writer since 2005.
Jost has won three Writers Guild Awards, a Peabody Award and has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards for his work on “SNL.” He also wrote and starred in the upcoming Paramount film "Staten Island Summer," based on his days as a lifeguard growing up in New York.