Brian Regan delivered another fresh and brilliant set for the Tonight Show audience, and surprised us all by touching on politics. Brian demonstrated why no one should ever want to be President of the United States, and that was just with one word. He also explained the term, “Boots on the Ground” in a way that you’ve probably never heard it explained before. Want the very simple answer to peace in the Middle East between the Israelis and the Palestinians? Regan has it. You can watch Brian’s full set below.
Later, Brian sat down with Jimmy Fallon and the two reminisced about the days when Fallon would open for Brian. Here’s a surprise, Brian was a really nice guy back then. Brian also talked about the dangers of performing for entire families. You really run the risk of waking up the kids in the audience and confusing the grandmothers.
He also announced a two special deal with Netflix (more on that here)!
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