Pablo Francisco, Ashley Fils-Aime, and Sean Savoy were in Omaha this past weekend at The Funny Bone performing shows May 17th through May 20th. Those three guys have been traveling together for a while now and feed off each other’s energy quite well. Pablo is always full of energy with his many impersonations and actions on stage.

A couple weeks ago, Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment spoke with Pablo on the phone and had talked about filming some backstage footage along with an in-person interview. We got the chance to do just that when the guys were in Omaha. They stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn near The Funny Bone and that’s where we filmed some behind the scenes footage.

The footage started in a conference room at the hotel and Pablo picked questions from our “BSE Box” to ask Ashley and Sean. The questions Pablo asked were catered to their comedy bits which made it that much more hilarious. After the conference room, we went up to Ashley’s hotel room but as we went to the room Pablo pretended the hotel was his crib and did an MTV Cribs style show.

As we got to the room, the three of them and Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment sat down to do an interview. Pablo talked about his new Comedy Central special “They Put It Out There” and the release to DVD shortly after. Pablo also said the special was based on making fun of people that put things out there. For example, the Allstate commercials, the show Little People, Big World, and smart cars is just a few things Pablo cracks jokes about.

Make sure to check out all three comedians at the links below and to check The Funny Bone’s website for upcoming shows.

Pablo Francisco:

Ashley Fils-Aime:

Sean Savoy:

The Funny Bone in Omaha:

Article courtesy of Jeremy Lafrentz of Backstage Entertainment. Check out their interviews, photos and contests to win autographed prizes by going to their Facebook page and clicking “Like” on the page:

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