Show 4.02 with SAL & Q (Impractical Jokers) now online

The premiere Symphony Space show from October 2, 2013 featuring Sal & Q from Impractical Jokers, Brian Stelter from The New York Times, actor/screenwriter Nick Damici, comedian Catie Lazarus, and comedian Todd Barry is finally available for your viewing pleasure! Just click above!

PUT IT IN THE BOOKS — Show 4.02 — NYC Premiere

Todd Barry + Sal & Q + Brian Stelter + Nick Damici + Catie Lazarus + Symphony Space Debut + Scott looking sharp + Marty making quips + Musical Guests in top form = SEASON 4 NYC PREMIERE! CLICK TO SEE THE FULL GALLERY of snapshots from Show 4.2 at Symphony Space by Jacqueline Iannacone

Top 10 Running Late Posters of 2012

Happy New Year! The 21st century is becoming a man in 2013! But before we toss aside all memories of 2012 and break out the hora in celebration of the millenium’s Bar Mitzvah, let’s take a moment to reflect on the work of a previously Bar Mitzvahed young lad who put virtual pen to e-paper and created some of the most indelible images of Running Late’s Season 2 — Mikey Heller. Plucked from the dark recesses of Craigslist and residing in the even darker, colder recesses of Rochester, NY, Mikey cranked out a new, inspired poster for each of the season’s ten shows. There’s no wonder about this wunderkind’s talents; he’s also been pumping out the extremely popular web comic Time Trabble since 2010. Dude’s got 5 x as many Twitter followers and nearly 9 x as many Facebook likes than our own damn show does! BUT HE DESERVES EVERY ONE OF ‘EM! Peep the posters, and if you like what you see, you can purchase a limited edition print from the Running Late store. For commissions of your own, contact Mikey direct!

SHOW CLIPZ — Show 2.09 Now Available on YouTube

Just when you thought you were caught up on your Running Late shows, BOOM, another one drops. This one was a scorcher, featuring two of Scott’s personal comedy favorites Michael Showalter and Todd Barry, plus a couple of special live performances by the wonderful Andrew Rose Gregory and his Color Red Band. There’s also a bit of good ol’ fashioned zaniness when Scott’s 7-year-old niece, Madison, makes her first appearance on the show, more monotony from a returning Marty, and piss-your-pants-funny stand-up from Danny Jolles!