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At 6'6" tall, clad in a tailored black suit and trademark black horn-rimmed glasses, Drew Hastings is a commanding presence on the stage. As he launches into his personal study of the complex human condition, the irregularities and uncertainties of misguided love, and his earnest attempts at farming, he is hilarious, insightful and deeply self-deprecating.
Drew has been a regular guest on the syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show and All-Star Theatre Tour, and he has years of stand up experience in clubs all across the country. His seasoned comedic talent pays off big in his first long awaited comedy special! Articulate yet acerbic, Drew Hastings is a raconteur with plenty of stories to tell. Irked & Miffed will leave you anything but.
I think Drew Hastings is down to earth and funny. He's the mayor of Hillsboro, Oh where I live and very caring about his community.Published on March 12, 2013 by Donna Trusty
My husband and I laughed out loud watching this video. We have seen Drew once before and listen to him often on Bob and Tom. Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by L. Richman
I seen Drew Hasting on Comedy Central. I had to order the DVD, and I got the whole show. Drew is the Best I have heard in a very long time. Read morePublished on August 31, 2009 by Gary G. Heilman
Very, very, very funny! We bought 2, one for my in-laws (who love it!) and one for a gift for someone else that will need a good laugh....!Published on August 4, 2009 by C. martin
I don't think that joke(the title of this review) is on this DVD because it was improved when I saw him live in Dayton, but this DVD is great. Read morePublished on May 8, 2009 by Devin Adams
The Drew Hastings video delivers laughs from beginning to end. He is a master at his craft.Published on April 7, 2009 by L. V. Gilliam
Most of Drew Hasting's material can make you chuckle if you're in a good mood and he does get funnier as he gets further into his set. But, he's 50 and no George Carlin. Read morePublished on December 15, 2008 by Bridget Niki