The final part of my interview with Evan Sayet has to do with his upcoming plans. At his show in Ventura last night, he shot some B-roll for his upcoming series based on his tour. The pilot episode will be in February.
Q: What's next after your show in Ventura? Where might we see you next?
A: There is so much going on, in some ways the fruition of the plan I put together (or maybe better said, the end of the beginning of that plan) and I couldn't be more excited and grateful. The show you metioned in Ventura is one of several over the next few weeks which I'm using to get ready for a television series based on my Right to Laugh -- A Night of Conservative Comedy. I'll be the host -- and do a monologue -- every week and then introduce several comedians who, while they may not all be political and perhaps even some might be liberal in their personal lives, who reflect the values, concerns and beliefs of, not Hollywood, but America.
I also just signed a deal...with Human Events magazine, the home of the great Ann Coulter. Every Tuesday they're going to publish the best ten jokes from my monologues both for the enjoyment of the readers and to provide them with little zingers for when they're stuck in an elevator with a Lefty spouting his anti-American, childish stupidity.