Theo Von is the host of ‘Deal With It’ on TBS on Wednesday nights 10:30/9:30cst as well as the host of Yahoo!’s popular daily recap show, Primetime in No Time, which averages over one million views a day. You may also know him from his Half Hour Special on Comedy Central, or as the genius behind CrankTexts.com, a website where he texts random numbers and gets into conversations with total strangers. Theo has also been the host of The Comedy Sideshow podcast – consistently one of the 10 most downloaded video podcasts on iTunes. He is a Louisiana native whom you may recognize as the winner of Comedy Central’s Reality Bites Back, from NBC’s Last Comic Standing S4, and Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Theo’s work as a stand-up comedian has garnered him numerous accolades including performing internationally at the South African Comedy Festival and Montreal Just for Laughs, as well as in the states at Chicago JFL Festival and South Beach Comedy Festival. He attended 7 colleges/universities as a full time student, including Semester at Sea–a program he actively fundraises for. He currently headlines comedy clubs in Los Angeles weekly and around the country on weekends.
Brian Moote is a super funny comedian based out of Hollywood, CA. He was recently featured on MTV's "Money From Strangers" and was featured as a stand up comedian on the USA Network's "Characters Welcome." In 2011, he was part of the prestigious Johnny Carson Comedy Festival and is a regular at all of the major clubs in Hollywood. He also has a master's degree in social work so he is a really good person despite what you might infer from his comedy.
Not only is he currently the host of the morning show "Jackson and Ashley" on Q106, Jackson Jones is a hillbilly with a heart of gold. His fast paced comedy is taken from life experiences of dating strippers, being a father, and looking like a meth cook. Originally from Indianapolis but now a madisonian, Jacksons charming souther accent and quick style of speaking reminds one of a deep voiced "Boomhauer". His constant and uncontrollable narcissism and never ending desire for attention keeps him coming to the stage along with the fact that he doesn't know how to do anything else. People who have seen Jackson Jones perform have been quoted as saying "I'm thirsty". "I like his hat". "Tacos are a good idea". And "He's twice as funny as he is attractive".