Bill Stiteler is a New York-based comedian. His credits include “The Newlywed Game” where he was the scoreboard operator for 130 episodes (4real). Here at Spit Take Friday’s 2-year anniversary show at Fort Useless, he jokes about French dads and wanting his own comedic partner, or, as he calls it, his “Garfunkel.”
Update: This live performance video described above was removed at the comedian’s request, but Bill later appeared on the Spit Take Comedy talk show, so we present that video here as well.
Twitter: @ bill_stiteler
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