I'll start out saying we had a great time, and we did! There were about 8 comedians over an hour and a half show, and most were pretty funny!
My wife and I attended the 9 or 9:15pm show on Saturday, 1/25. In all fairness, we went through Eventbrite and got free tickets. Those are first-come, first-serve, no guaranteed seating. You can purchase tickets online for $20 or $30 (VIP). We got there too early, so we walked around the neighborhood beforehand. Once the doors opened, we weren't too far behind the first spots for general admission. I'll say we went in about 8:30pm. We stood in line, waiting...and we waited....and we waited. It was hot as hell in there! While waiting, it seemed like hundreds of VIPs entered! Anixety was building, as I figured we wouldn't be able to find a seat. After standing for 45+ minutes waiting to get in, I refused to stand for an hour and a half show. My back was hurting, and other folks behind us were complaining about standing around and being miserable, etc. Both myself and the guy behind me stated that if we didn't find a seat, we were leaving.
Once the doors opened, we scurried to the first seats in the back corner that we could find so we could finally sit down. There is a 2 drink minimum, and it's not bad if you just want a soda or whatever is cheap to meet the requirement. My wife is pregnant, so she ordered a diet soda and a non-alcoholic beer. They were $3-5 each. I ordered mixed drinks, which were $12-15 each (and not that great).
After the show started, we had a great time. The night cost us a whole $38; not bad for a night of entertainment. Be aware, you will wait, and the place doesn't give off a great first impression. Restrooms are small for the 500+ people they seem to pack in. If you want drinks beforehand and guaranteed seating, pay the $, but I was glad I didn't pay $60 for 2 when we were still able to get seats. I'm not a patient person, so this is a warning to those to put your patience hat on before going, especially if you get free or cheap tickets!