STEVEN ADLER To Guest On 'The Ben Show With Ben Hoffman'
Former GUNS N' ROSES and current ADLER drummer Steven Adler will be a guest on Comedy Central's newest show "The Ben Show With Ben Hoffman". He will appear on the program's debut episode that airs at 10 p.m. EST / 9:00 p.m. CST on February 28.
"The Ben Show with Ben Hoffman" is a sketch show/man-on-the-street hybrid starring comedian Ben Hoffman. Between sketches, we follow Ben on a journey, such as forming a band, going on a blind date, buying a firearm or returning to his hometown in Kentucky. Ben seeks advice and guidance from strangers as well as people he knows, including his dad, ex-girlfriends and therapist, who also help him introduce the sketches.
In the premiere episode, Ben chats with Todd Bridges, who relates past stories using animation to discuss his crack use; old ladies audition for a role as "Gangsta Granny;" Ben chats with his therapist about his desire to buy a firearm; as the "retweeter," Ben shows the absurdity of celebrity tweets; and a rapper brings musical flair to the obits in "YoBitchuaries."
Ben was a writer/correspondent for Comedy Central's "Sports Show With Norm Macdonald" and wrote for the "Comedy Central Roast Of Roseanne".
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