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Love's a Joke: Love in the Time of Quarantine, Episode 1

Vicky and Max have a remote therapy session with Dr. Alison Giles about how they're handling the quarantine. Secrets are revealed.  http://www.lovesajoke.com http://www.vickykuperman.com http://www.thisismaxcohen.com

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Love's a Joke is coming to Wilmington!

About Love's a Joke

Love’s a Joke is a hysterically raucous and not-to-miss comedy tour as America’s top comedy couples take the stage to dish on marriage, sex, divorce, parenthood, fighting, weddings, porn, and who (or what) they fantasize about when their spouse isn’t looking.


Come join us for a night of laughs in Wilmington, Delaware!

 Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door.


Vicky Kuperman has recently appeared on Live From Gotham Comedy on Oculus. Other credits include The Maxim Comedy Showcase, David Brenner Presents The Comedy Stars of Tomorrow, Nickelodeon and performed for the troops. In her comedy, she talks about everything from her Russian family, world travel, marrying a younger guy, performing for the troops and dating to her favorite topic: dogs.


Max Cohen is a regular panelist on John Fugelsang's "Tell me Everything," on SiriusXM. He was a finalist for a show on the hit comedy app Laugh Exchange. He currently hosts the popular podcast, "Shut It Down! The Bar Rescue Recap Show," and has appeared on Bar Rescue on Paramount Network as one of Jon Taffer’s trusted experts!


Missy Hall is the Queen of Happy Things! She is the 2013 winner of the Laugh Out Loud Competition, has worked as a warm-up comic for Harry Connick, Jr and her freshman comedy CD, “Miss Representation” was a first round Grammy nominee in 2012 for funniest comedy album. Missy was featured in “Road Spill” on TruTV and in the feature film “Days of Power” with Eric Roberts released in 2018.


Originally from the Washington, DC area, Jeremy has been performing comedy since 2012. He has performed all over the country and has been a finalist in numerous competitions including Baltimore's Next Stand-up Star. After years of living in the DC area, Jeremy decided it was time to take his comedy career to the next level so he moved to the big city of Newport, Delaware.

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