What do Mad Men, Dexter, Sons of Anarchy, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Royal Pains, Army Wives, and Running Late with Scott Rogowsky all have in common? They’re all italicized! And they’ve all had a Season 6! 

Scott Rogowsky and his aptly-named talk show return to Brooklyn TOMORROW – SEPT 30 for a very special outer-borough Season 6 premiere at Littlefield with master thespian DUSTIN DIAMOND aka “SCREECH” from Saved By the Bell, plus the cast of Bayside! the Musical!, comedian Alex Edelman, and professional bridesmaid Jenny Glantz. Screening of Dustin’s sex tape to follow!*

*not true!

That’s TOMORROW NIGHT – Tuesday, Sept 30 at littlefield. Doors at 7:30pm, show at 8:00pm.
Tickets are $6 in advance, $8 at the door.

You read about this show every few weeks on the skint, so why not come out and see it for yourself — the only homegrown live talk show hosted by some guy and his dad that’s welcomed to the stage the likes of Steve Buscemi, Regis Philbin, Dick Cavett, David Cross, Demetri Martin, Chris Elliott, Raekwon, Rachel Dratch, Artie Lange, Amber Tamblyn, Jim Gaffigan, Gilbert Gottfried, Reggie Watts, Wyatt Cenac, Andrew W.K., R.L. Stine, Michael Showalter, David Wain, Nathan Fielder, and Tom Scharpling among many other actors, authors, comedians, musicians, and otherwise interesting people.

We’re giving away a pair of tickets to the next class! To enter to win, just drop us a line via this form by 11:59pm tonight. The winner will picked at random and notified tomorrow morning. Good luck!

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around town today

3pm: tickets will be available starting at 3pm for a free neil diamond performance starting at 6pm at erasmus hall in flatbush. >>

6pm: chris stein, co-founder and guitarist of the band blondie, discusses/signs his new book, chris stein/negative: me, blondie, and the advent of punk. b+n tribeca, free >>

6-9pm: boswyck farms’ hydroponic rooftop grand re-opening: meet the farmers, take a tour, and enjoy free snacks + drinks. 38-01 23rd ave., astoria queens, free admission. >>

6:30: four scientists discuss our scientific understanding of sex and gender: what we mean when we talk about ‘male’ and ‘female’. moderated by pulitzer prize–winning science journalist natalie angier. barnard college, the diana center’s event oval, free. >>

6:30pm (+ 10/6): times square screens two classic films inspired by broadway shows. tonight: cabaret. broadway, bet. 43rd + 44th sts., free. >>

6:30pm doors, 7pm show: purchase the new lucinda williams album at rough trade to receive a wristband for entry to an in-store performance and signing tonight. >>

7pm: the magnetic fields frontman stephin merritt and illustrator roz chast talk about their new book, 101 two-letter words, which includes an original four-line rhyming poem for the two-letter words allowed in the board game scrabble. b+n union square, free. >>

7pm: author and cheesemaker claudia lucero discusses/signs her book, one hour cheese: ricotta, mozzarella, chèvre, paneer–even burrata. fresh and simple cheeses you can make in an hour or less. bonus: tastings! national gourmet institute, free. >>

7pm: iron chef winner and owner of recette and the gander jesse schenker launches his memoir, all or nothing: one chef’s appetite for the extreme, with saveur editor-in-chief adam sachs. powerhouse arena, free. >>

7pm: astronomy on tap = galactic lectures + chats in a bar. tonight, the cluster moves to videology for a screening of neil degrasse tyson’s cosmos: a spacetime odyssey with games and prizes. free. >>

7pm: scott adsit (30 rock actor) and tami sagher (30 rock writer) bring their long-form improv show to ucb. $5 (rsvp recommended). >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: wyatt cenac (the daily show) hosts the night train comedy show with stand-up by matt koff, claudia cogan, will miles, chris lamberth, and more. littlefield, $8. >>

8pm: union hall bartender therese plaehn hosts ‘the shift’ variety show from behind the bar. tonight: comedian josh gondelman, actor/writer angela dee, actor nick westrate, and house band bryan bruchman + alex nahas. $5. >>

8pm: can music make you sick? horny? angry? newcastle university historian dr. james kennaway discusses historical attempts to answer these and other questions at the morbid anatomy museum. $8. >>

8pm: the ‘ear heart music’ modern chamber music series kicks off the season with the music of arcade fire’s richard reed parry performed by parry, the ymusic ensemble, and nico muhly. roulette, $20 general, $15 students/seniors. >>

8pm: musicians perform a tribute to patsy cline and willie nelson as well as original songs at cameo. $5. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show: the weekly broken comedy show at greenpoint’s bar matchless features stand-up by aparna nancherla (conan), daniel tirado, hadiyah robinson, greg stone, and host nimesh patel. free. >>

9pm: tonight’s bi-monthly dive comedy show with hosts giulia rozzi (stripped stories, girl code) and brooke van poppelen (john oliver, ferguson) features stand-up from josh gondelman, greg barris, mark demayo, leah bonnema, kenny deforest, and tim dillon. freddy’s, free. >>

9pm (mondays): huckleberry bar’s free monday night movie screenings pay tribute to the harry potter series this month. tonight: mudbloods: a film about quidditch (2014). >>

9:30pm: shana halligan and the suzan play mercury lounge. $10. >>

thru 10/31: whatcha gonna eat? ghostbusters krispy kreme doughnuts! >>

check our website for ongoing events. >>

coming up

9/30 6pm: comedian, actor and writer b.j. novak (the office) reads from his new children’s book,  the book with no pictures, at b+n 86th + lexington. free. >>

9/30 6:30pm: learn to craft your elevator pitch at wework fulton center. free (rsvp). >>

9/30 7pm: girls creator lena dunham presents her new book, not that kind of girl: a young woman tells you what she’s ‘learned’, at b+n union square. purchase of the book required for entry. >>

9/30 7pm (tuesdays): play classic super mario kart at the roof bar of whole foods brooklyn with ‘our princess is in another castle’ host rob blatt (wrestling mania). a beer, wine and food menu (including veggie options) is available. free admission, free to play. >>

9/30 7, 8:15pm (+ 10/1): take a free writing class or two at the gotham writers’ workshop open house >>

9/30 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: the running late with scott rogowsky talk show returns to littlefield with guests dustin diamond (‘screech’) and the cast of bayside! the musical, plus comedian alex edelman and professional bridesmaid jenny glantz. $6 adv, $8 dos. >>

9/30 7:30pm doors, 8:30pm show (ends today): members of the roots host the ‘old new york live’ variety show featuring special guests and emerging talents. the bell house, $10. >>

9/30 8:30pm: learn how to pick the best fruits and vegetables in the produce aisle at brooklyn brainery. $12. >>

sales, deals, freebies

it’s national coffee day! grab a free cup from dunkin’ dounuts, krispy kreme, and the sweetery truck. no word from starbucks or 7-eleven as of press time… >>

thru 10/5:  save up to 95% on gently used dresses and accessories at the rent the runway sale. 260 fifth ave, bet. 28th + 29th sts. >>

thru 10/6: cookies! get yerself a free cookie at the new insomnia cookies location in chelsea (304 w. 14th st., bet. 8th + 9th aves). printable coupon required. >>

ticket deals

thru 10/12: score 2-for-1 tickets to almost 50 shows during off-broadway week: avenue q, barceló con hielo, found, fuerza bruta – wayra, here lies love, lennon: through a glass onion, many more. >>

get free tickets to see the catalyst quartet perform at carnegie hall 10/29 (plus ticket fees, reg. $25-80). >>

go on a fall foliage cruise up the hudson river with a stop at cold spring 10/4-11/16 for $28-45.50 (plus ticket fees, reg $40-65). >>

get free tickets to the dwell magazine on design event 10/11 at 82 mercer (plus ticket fees, reg. $35). >>

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