A mixture of shouts, squirms, and laughter filled the IMU as the king of "good bad taste" walked a fine line between offensive and obscene with jokes about Mother Teresa, Third World countries, and Jesus Christ on Wednesday.
Approximately 600 people gathered for "Did You Hear the One About the Bigot?" a stand-up comedy routine by John Waters, the director of such controversial films as Hairspray, Pecker, and Cecil B. Demented.
"I'm wondering if people will start seeing The Passion dressed like Jesus shouting out the lines," Waters said, wearing an outlandish suit jacket and bearing his trademark mustache. "It'll be the new Rocky Horror Picture Show."
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