But alas, tragedy struck. In only his second lesson Dr Lee took a risk and gave his pupils Dana Gould's Let Me Put My Thoughts In You. More like homework than a fun filled listening extravaganza, this album became 30mins+ of half chuckles and unclimaxed joke set ups. On reflection it seemed as though his style didn't click with me or perhaps (and this has happened on a Patton Oswalt album I have) I was bothered that the audience laughed at everything with undeserved vigour. Comedy albums work better in front of small audiences.
Anyways, after the ill received sophomore effort, the professor abandoned the school and left us comedy tragics who are too lazy to find albums ourselves (me) in the scrapheap of Lee's Comedy College Dropouts. Well I'm here to request, nay, demand that Lee, self proclaimed funniest man in the world, returns to his illustrious career as an acomedemic. I hope to get 10 signatures and then send them to Lee in his secret hideaway in the windy hills of Ireland. In respect to what Lee's Comedy College was founded on I will post a Comedy album of the Week in his honour with an album Lee has repeatedly told me to get:
David Cross - Bigger and Blackerer
- Opening Song (The Sultan's Revenge)
- If You Care
- That One Show About Drugs and Stuff
- Me and Drugs
- Black Stuff
- ...Or Worse
- Where We Are Now Back in Sept. '09
- Silly Religious Crazies
- REALLY Silly Religious Crazies. I Mean, Double, Triple Crazy!!
- Random Goofabouts
- I Can't Get Beer in Me...
- Lesson Learned
And while we're at it I think we should get Hamish's Cock College back again