Scream Really Loud! We’ve Got the Hottest Tickets in Town

Guess what we’ve got free tickets to? Tickets that you can win?


Connect the dots to find out how to get in.

While the Pee-wee Herman Show and its rescheduling dance last autumn across Los Angeles has pissed many a ticketholder & fan off, you still can’t knock the classic Pee-wee.

We’ve got a handful of pairs of tickets to the show on the 14th of January. To win your way in, leave a comment below telling me why you, more than anyone else, deserve to see the show and how much Pee-wee means to your life.

I never thought I’d write those words all together in a line, but there you go.

Info on the show is here.

29 thoughts on “Scream Really Loud! We’ve Got the Hottest Tickets in Town”

  1. I’d tell you Lucinda Michele… But there are things you wouldn’t understand… Things you couldn’t understand… Things you shouldn’t understand.

  2. I deserve to go because my well-intentioned parents NEVER LET ME WATCH PEE-WEE as a child. No Pee-wee, no Nintendo, no gun toys. As a result of this I have been warped into a bitter husk of a man. The only hope of restoring the personality and sense of humor I might have had if I wasn’t so cruelly deprived as a child would be to give me those tickets. The power is in your hands!

  3. Hi there – I’d love a chance to go – I’ve been a big fan and loved hearing that this was happening (his show) and a resurgence in all things Pee-Wee..

    This past year has been tough on me with unemployment, a HARD time paying the bills, etc. and we haven’t had much in the way of entertainment or recreation due to finances – getting to see Pee Wee on the 14th would be a great way to kick off 2010!

    Thanks in advance!

  4. Pee Wee filled the empty void of friendship I had when I was a little boy. I didn’t have any friends outside of school, so Pee Wee, the Ninja Turtles and Batman were my best buds.

  5. I deserve this ticket because I owe it to Paul Reubens. I went to CalArts, and in 1995 or thereabouts, they were having a big alumni party at the school. Paul was in line behind me at the dip-the-strawberries-in-chocolate table. I got nervous but felt like I had to talk to him. So I told him “I loved you in Buffy the Vampire Slayer!” (the movie), which I actually did, but it came out like I was mocking him for his post-Pee-wee career slide. He just slowly nodded his head, as if saying, “All right, asshole, you had your laugh, now go away.” I immediately felt terrible but said nothing further. So that’s why I want to go to this show: to show him how much I really do enjoy his work. Also, I’m broke and can’t afford a ticket on my own.

  6. Pee Wee taught me so much as an impressionable child! He taught me the value of imagination. He taught me it was ok to be an utter and complete weirdo. He taught me that inside jokes that confound others are hilarious (scream real loud!). He taught me that you can talk to your furniture, that black guys can be cowboys, and that old black and white cartoons are much better than anything made since. Later on, he taught me that it’s best to watch pornography in the privacy of my own home. Pick me! Pick me!

  7. I can’t begins to describe how much he I loved his show and movies, and since I already have tix, I don’t have to! :-)

    For those of you who don’t win tix or can’t go on the 14th, had HALF PRICE tickets last week. That’s how I got mine. They may still have more. And if they sold out of the tickets they had, there’s a good chnce they’ll have more later.

    Enjoy the show everyone! I’ll be there on the 16th!

  8. I am a huge Pee Wee fan (I still have my “Save Pee Wee” shirt purchased after his arrest), and I’m set to give birth in early February. I think the baby needs to get the Pee Wee experience ASAP. :)

  9. Mekka lekka hi, mekka hinney ho!! Lurved Pee Wee’s Playhouse! It had so many great peeps on it, Phil Hartman (Capt Carl), Jon Paragon (Jambi) and even young Larry Fishburne dressed up as a cowboy. That’s good stuff right there! I think Paul Reubens really put out an inventive show, really out of the box. I would love to go see Pee Wee because I’ve been a fan of his since the show came out in ’80 (way before the movies) and have never seen him in person. Pleeease give ME the tickets!!

  10. I was Pee Wee for halloween for seven years in a row. Even when the show went off the air. The costume just kept getting better because I was growing. I also say “I’m a loner, Dottie, a rebel,” at least once a day.

  11. I was going to wish to win tickets to this, but I wasted it wishing I knew what to wish for. Stupid Jambi and his rules,only one wish per show.

    ya i want to go.

  12. On this very night, ten years ago, along this very stretch of road in a dense fog just like this. I saw the worst accident I ever seen. There was this sound, like a garbage truck dropped off the Empire State Building… And when they pulled the driver’s body from the twisted, burning wreck. It looked like this..

  13. Since my mom was always robotripping when I was young, Pee Wee basically raised me. That is why I should win tickets to see my surrogate parent in person.

  14. I deserve a pair of tix because you planted the seed in my head. And now the never ending soundtrack of “Connect the dots, lala lala la, Connect the dots, lala lala la” is in my head.

    Also I’m training for an Ironman for charity. And it’s ready hard.

  15. “Cuz it’s my birthday, and my father says I can have anything I want to.”
    So Really? I’ll be visiting from SF Bay Area & adore Paul Rubens. Please. please. please.

  16. I would love to get the tickets to see pee wee herman show because i am a HUGE fan… I have all the toys from back in the day… and my cubicle at work is decorated with an autographed picture of him and a pic of him and i.. he is the coolest man on the planet!!!!
    so please pick me.. pick me..

  17. I don’t believe that people deserve something “more” than the next person. I’m poor, sick with cardiac problems and struggling; person B is broke, having family problems and is in a dead-end job. We all have ups & downs; not one of us is better than the other.
    Pee-Wee brought many happy hours of imagination and laughter into my childhood. His show and movies have been a treasured part of my nostalgia for decades and I would sincerely appreciate the opportunity to enjoy seeing him live.

  18. I’m glad I’m not running this contest as it would be hard to pick who is most deserving. I’d love to go and may just take Dave Share’s idea on scouting down some at his link.

  19. we watched Pee-wee’s Big Adventure almost every day and every Saturday watched the TV Show

    In college we had Pee-wee drinking games where we would pull words out of a hat – Alamo, bike, etc – watch the movie and drink whenever our word came up.

  20. I deserve to see the Pee-Wee Herman LIVE show because I am the biggest and truest fan! Pee-Wee means so much to my life! Never before nor since has there been any show like it. The artists that collaborated to make it happen were/are creative geniuses.

  21. I want the tickets because I’ve always been a Pee Wee fan. I even cosplayed as Pee Wee at a small southeastern science fiction convention. It was also the first time I got drunk (damn you, Everclear). I fell asleep in a service elevator and woke up with a sign that said “Adopt a Pee-Wee” taped to my chest.

    Winning tickets is the only way I can go because I have a strong moral imperative to avoid giving money to TicketMaster.

  22. Mekka lekka hi, mekka hinney ho

    because I promise not to do improper things in the theatre.

    A lesson learned from Paul Reubens

  23. i don’t claim to be more deserving than anyone else to win this contest, but i do occasionally quote Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, specifically the classic line: “Follow that Nun!” maybe that’s worth something?

  24. question for dave share… ticketmaster has tickets from $26, 49 and 65. so which ticket are you getting for $28 from goldstar?

  25. Used to watch this show as a child, and though I loved it- it all feels like a crazy dream to me now. I would like to reinvigorate those memories.

    I think I should win these tickets because my brother who lives out of town brought this show to my attention. So I started asking friends to go with me, and with most of us being not-so-wealthy-recently-ish-college-graduates, it has been a hard sell. I think with a spare free ticket though, i wouldn’t need much more charm to woo them.

  26. My greatest wish in life is to have Pee Wee Herman bless my Cal Arts Class of 1993 Brad Oldham Class Ring.



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