Win Two Free Tickets to See Comedian Joel McHale

Because he hasn't yet had an icky cameo on Glee, you might not realize that actor and comedian Joel McHale's star is cresting. He plays heartthrob Jeff Winger, a lawyer forced to go back to junior college, on NBC's Community. And he hosts E!'s The Soup, a clip show that mocks the very Hollywood culture that the celebrity-obsessed channel encourages. We're giving away two tickets to his stand-up show at Hard Rock this Saturday.

Despite two popular shows and his role in three upcoming blockbusters,

McHale is still tearing up the stand-up circuit. When he stops at the

Hard Rock this Saturday, expect him to lacerate the cult of celebrity

(specifically Ryan Seacrest) and hyperbolize parenthood.

As he recently

tweeted: "My three year old is upstairs stomping around

screaming, 'Where's my knife?! Where's my knife?!' So Proud.


To win the two free tickets to the show this Saturday at 8 p.m., like

Cultist on Facebook and leave a comment with which

celebrity you think deserves the McHale treatment.

We'll pick a winner at random on Wednesday at noon. The winners must be

able to pick up the tickets at the New Times office at 4500 Biscayne

Boulevard Wednesday to Friday during business hours (9 a.m. to 6 p.m.).

Good luck.

In the below video, McHale reveals his true feelings about the love triangle between Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Nick Jonas. Good thing our day job keeps us far away from the inanity of celebrity spats. (Which reminds us, be sure to read the latest on the Evelyn Lozada and Tami Roman T-shirt fight here.)

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