Every second person in Russia is a stand-up comedian, although there are not so many really funny ones among them. We present an overview of the most unusual stand-up comedians of the "Open Microphone" show on TNT. Who is not here! A traffic cop, the father of the future patriarch, a seven-seater, a person with a growth hormone deficiency, a morgue employee … And this is only a small part of all stand-up comedians participating in the new season of the Open Microphone on TNT. Details every Friday at 22.00 on TNT.
Alexey Leshchenko, traffic police inspector
A unique stand-up comedian that allows you to look at the traffic cops through the eyes of the traffic cops themselves. There is a lot of useful information explaining the behavior of the traffic police. In short, all of them can now be understood and forgiven.
“Now there is a system of discounts in the traffic police: pay the fine within 20 days and get a 50% discount. If the traffic police will continue to use such marketing moves, then soon I will be standing at the crossroads in a baton suit and handing out flyers."
Andrey Kuzmin, was married seven times
50-year-old stand-up grandfather talks about his flawed life. He considers all his marriages to be successful and maintains relations with all ex-wives.
“When I got divorced for the last time, my friends gave me an inflatable doll … I am an old man, weak and weak. I dul-dul her, dul-dul, all the same the wife turns out. Zhmakanaya is somehow all …"
Miroslav Popov, lost 20 kg
Married at 22, believes that this is the ideal age for a first marriage. I lost 2 centners not because I wanted to get rid of excess weight, but simply because I was stupidly stuck in the MRI machine.
“I named my son Savely. It turns out that he is Savely Miroslavovich, the impression is that I am raising the future patriarch. I am a believer and I do not mind if he goes into this business."
Matvey Murzintsev, a person with growth hormone deficiency
At 35, he looks 12, lives with his parents and does not have sex. When he comes to visit his peers, instead of drinking, he goes to play with the children of his friends.
“I have a disability and I'm not worried, because you need to take a steam bath. It is with your taxpayers' money that I go shopping for wine in the store, and then I drive up to your daughters."
Alexander Semyonov, employee of the Committee of the State Duma of the Russian Federation
I got a job in a serious job to benefit my Motherland. One of the first important tasks that Sasha received in the service was to sharpen 300 pencils.
“I work in the Duma on a voluntary basis, and this is the lowest level. Not yet matured, not yet United Russia … Isn't it funny ?! And in the Duma, this joke tore apart!"
Viktor Snegir, former morgue worker
Known for being hit by a bus. And twice: the first time in London, the second in his native Krasnoyarsk. He is also color blind.
“I embalmed bodies for a year, and now all the girls tell me that I am doing great massage.”