What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? Swiss town replaced church bells with mobile ringtones

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a comedic report on the offbeat news stories they did not report.

  • A Swiss church played mobile ringtones instead of its bells for an art project.
  • Toddlers got to practice driving in “Safety Town”
  • Ashrita Furman broke the Guinness World Record for most watermelons sliced on a stomach in 60 seconds.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm and Fridays on the 10:00 CW News. Watch earlier episodes here.

What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? French convict escapes prison using a hijacked helicopter

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a comedic report on the offbeat news stories they did not report.

  • A man tried to sneak a python onto a flight.
  • A fake cop got busted after pulling over real cops.
  • French convict, Redoine Faid, escaped from prison in a helicopter.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm and Fridays on the 10:00 CW News. Watch earlier episodes here.

What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? Florida man clings to hood of speeding car

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a comedic report on the offbeat news stories they did not report.

  • A woman invented a mobile mailbox on a pulley.
  • An engineer built the first ever self-driving motorcycle.
  • A man clung to the hood of a car driven by his ex-girlfriend after an argument over who got to drive the car.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm and Fridays on the 10:00 CW News. Watch earlier episodes here.

Primetime

Primetime Variety Show to raise money for refugees

The Primetime Variety Show & Open Mic returns to TheatreNOW on July 18th, this Wednesday night.

This monthly showcase features live music, stand-up comedy, poetry and more. The program is a blend between booked featured artists and open mic sign-ups.  All artists are welcome to sign-up and perform. This month’s featured artists include.

Sarah Rodriguez

Sarah Rodriguez, Hula Hooper Extraordinaire. It’s pretty friggin’ awesome.

 

 

 

Mat Millner

Mat Millner, Stand-up comic and bandit with a heart of gold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drew Harrison

 

Drew Harrison, Stand-up comic and inspiration behind the Academy Award-winning drama “Rookie of the Year”

 

 

 

 

 

The show is hosted by Wills Maxwell. Maxwell is best known for the comedy news segment “What Did We Miss?” and least known for feeding birds at the park while dressed as Uncle Drew. Open mic sign-up is at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm. This month we are splitting the proceeds from the door with Interfaith Refugee Ministry. Interfaith helps refugees settle and rebuild their lives in the Cape Fear region. It’s a $5 minimum donation to watch the show.

What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? Role-players reenact battle from ‘The Hobbit’

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a comedic report on the funny news stories they did not report. This week we take look at the World Toe Wrestling Championship AND some Tolkien-inspired live-action role-playing. My good friend, and generally silly guy, Tyler Deese joins me to explain how his LARPing adventure didn’t go as intended.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm and Fridays on the 10:00 CW News. Watch earlier episodes here.