Lowell Sanders

According to comedian Lowell Sanders, the War on Terror isn’t something just being waged in the Middle East — it’s been going on for a long time on the home front. “My mother was a terrorist. It was Code Orange in my house every day growing up,” he remembers. But he’s still fascinated by suicide bombers. “These are people who kill themselves and kill everybody else around them. How do you get people to do that?” he marvels. “I can’t get three people to help me move.”

Although he’s old enough to remember comedy albums on vinyl, that hasn’t stopped Sanders from stepping out with younger ladies. “The girl I’m dating right now is so young, she thinks Earth, Wind & Fire are Power Rangers!” he says. Wonder what she’d think of the Village People? 8 and 10:30 p.m. Friday, 7, 9 and 10:45 p.m. Saturday, and 7 p.m. Sunday. Laff Spot, 17776 Tomball Parkway. For information, call 281-955-9200 or visit www.laffspot.com. $15.
Jan. 2-4, 2009


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