..at the Coral Springs Center. I could not believe how packed it was. Its shocking that Artie can still pack a 1,500 seat theater at $50 a head. I also had no clue there were so many italian people in Coral Springs. I had one guy sitting next to me who kept screaming out "do tha godfatha, do the godfatha!" Rev Bob has a very forgettable act (shocking, right?). I also found it very hard to understand him. Was it ever discussed on the show what is wrong with this guy? Since the jokes were weak, I spent the whole time pondering the cause of his speech impediment. The best thing I could come up with is that he had a coke induced stroke. I was expecting Artie's 'new' stand up special, and if what I saw was it, then he is the luckiest guy in show business. A lot of jokes were repackaged, old jokes. He did the Anne Murray song. He did the 'hooker will never bring the cocaine back' joke. He even mentioned walking to St Louis one weekend There were a few jokes that seemed fresh and were actually pretty clever. However, it doesn't seem like he put the time in to write a new act. I would imagine with his host of issues that he is pretty much on cruise control at this point. He looked really bad and certainly hasn't lost any weight. My friend that went with me, who isn't a shedder or even a Stern fan, said "well, at least we can say we got to see Artie before he died". The end of the show was kind of uncomfortable. All the guineas in the crowd started yelling out shit from the show and interrupting his act. "Blue Iris!", "Beetlejuice!", "Jeff the Drunk!". Artie said "what the fuck, do you guys have Stern show turrets?" One guy yelled out "Dana!" and Artie said she is now dating a skinny non-heroin addict. Then he called her a fucking cunt He also told a story how Jeff the Drunk called him in rehab and asked him to borrow $500. Finally, before walking off the stage he told the crowd "thanks for still caring about me after all these years". He was almost in tears. He should stop doing stand up and improve himself so he can enjoy the rest of his life. He is a very lucky guy professionally, its a shame to let that go to waste. You can clearly see he is still struggling. Anyways, thats my .02.