April 17, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This week on THE HEYMAN HUSTLE, we have The Legendary Tale of The 3 Foots. Known as the most difficult joke in the world to tell, The 3 Foots is a staple of the New York City comedy clubs because only the best comedians in the world can handle it.
"Heyman Hustle" Producer/Director Mitchell Stuart told Simon Rothstein of The Sun (UK): "This is really the episode that Executive Producers Peter Poon, Enid Stuart, and I have fought for. And I mean FOUGHT FOR. Literally. As in aggressively demanding... heatedly arguing... strategically challenging Paul to do a One Man Hustle. He has wanted to center the show on the guests, but we've all been after him to do something like this since the first episode!"
Mitchell continued: "Paul wouldn't do it, until we were all at a comedy club last week to catch a friend's set, and Paul got called out - so what we set to capture with multiple cameras is one single do-or-die take, sink or swim, in what's known to comedy insiders as the most difficult joke in the world to tell."
Along with a hilarious imitation of Gilbert Gottfried doing "The Aristocrats," this week's broadband television show is clearly "The Comedy Hustle!"
HERE IS THE LINK FOR THIS WEEK'S "HEYMAN HUSTLE" http://thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/wrestling/heyman/article1044960.ece
The Heyman Hustle was created by producers Paul Heyman and Mitchell Stuart of Looking For Larry Productions. Stuart, known for his work behind the camera for HQ Productions / West End Stories, a Hi-Def trailblazing New York agency, also serves as Director of the shows. Former General Manager of Fortune Star Entertainment (Hong Kong) Peter Poon is the Executive Producer
along with Enid Nagler Stuart.
The Heyman Hustle airs exclusively as the flagship show of NewsCorp's Broadband Television initiative on SUN-TV, and is then syndicated throughout.
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