Saturday, February 13, 2016

2016 Tour is Starting soon!

Starting this weekend, this is the first month of our tour. If you are anywhere along this route, Sarah and I would love to see you!
Week 1: 2/20-2/27: Dallas, TX to Branson, MO
Week 2: 2/28-3/4: Branson, MO to Jackson, TN
Week 3: 3/5-3/12: Nashville, TN to Asheville, NC 
Week 4: 3/13-3/20: Asheville, NC to RDU
Week 5 3/21-4/2: Flexible, North & South Carolina
I will be presenting "The Habits of Stress Resilient People" all along the route. For seminar details check out
For comedy shows, watch my Facebook and this site, I'll update as I can. 
Message me for booking opportunities!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Happy Mardi Gras!

The streets of downtown are all closed off to allow for the big Mardi Gras festival. At some point in the evening I find myself near the perimeter and I overhear a woman asking an obvious security guard "are they going to let a cab get in here to pick me up?"

Now, looking around I have no idea who she might be referring to with the word "they". The only person present who seems to have any authority is the security guard she is questioning. Does she mean he? And if so why not just ask him if he will allow a cab to come in?

She seems to imply that she thinks this situation is not only outside of her control but also his.

As I am pondering her language use, I notice in my periphery a taxi cab parked across the street from the festival perimeter. I point and I tell her "why don't you just take that one?"

To which she replies "that is not the company I called."

As I walk away, leaving her standing there still frustrated at the security guard, I am reminded of my Sunday school teachings that "The Lord helps those who help themselves."

People who help themselves, get help. Unfortunately,  she was too stressed  to see the obvious solution  staring her in the face.

And this is why in two weeks I will be touring the country telling people how to manage their stress.

Happy Mardi Gras everybody!

Maybe we should give up stress for Lent?

Monday, October 19, 2015


PORTLAND! Come see me this Saturday night as part of this awesome midnight comedy show!

For more info:

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Life Hacks from a Doctor! Part 1

If you've spent any time on the internet you must be familiar with the concept of "Life Hacks", little nontraditional tricks to make life better. One of my favorite involves cutting cherry tomatoes. If you still don't know what I'm talking about, check out this:

Now, you might be thinking to yourself "That's freaking brilliant!" BUT I'm here to tell you that I have developed an EVEN BETTER way to do it! One that leaves you with ZERO dirty dishes! No plates or knife to clean.

Step 1: Get a package of your favorite brand of cherry tomatoes. I prefer these cuz they are named after fat babies.

Step 2: Place a small amount of them into the palm of your hand, like this.

Step 3: Now, with a quick flip of the wrist, toss them puppies into your salad. Eventually you should have something like this (individual results will vary):

And that's it! No mess, no clean up, enjoy your salad like a boss.

Note, as an alternative to Step 3 you can substitute the salad for your own gaping mouth.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Why is Dr Brian going to Denver?

Later this evening I will leave the eastern half of the United States for the first time since February, heading back to Los Angeles. I'm not flying straight home though, I've scheduled a 3-day layover in Denver. I don't have any comedy gigs booked there, I'm not going to visit anyone in particular although I know people there, and as far as I know there aren't any big events scheduled in Denver this weekend. So why am I going?

If you've followed me over the past 5 years you'll know that I travel a lot. Before I started touring as a comedian and public speaker I traveled to about half the USA; touring has allowed me to see the other half and more. I've been everywhere, all 50 states, cities and towns that I didn't know existed, most national parks, scenic backroads, coastal communities, mountain towns: everywhere.

Everywhere EXCEPT the city of Cheyenne Wyoming. Cheyenne, the state's capitol, is the one remaining city of a sizable population that I have yet to set foot in. Cheyenne isn't a big city, but it's only about 90 minutes from Denver. That's why I'm going to Denver, this weekend I am completing my travel map of the United States. Other than the capitol, I don't know what to expect there, it could be interesting or it could suck but I will have the satisfaction of completing a mildly interesting personal goal.
Continental Facebook check-ins, this month

Friday, April 24, 2015

Baltimore / Washington TOUR!

I'm really excited about this one, not only is it a fun topic but I get to tour across some of my favorite places as dart all around the Baltimore/DC area.

If you are in the area or know people in the area and think they might want to come see me, here's where I'll be:

"Humor, Laughter & Health" Seminars:

4/27: Pikesville, MD
4/28: Hagerstown, MD
4/29: Clarksville, MD
4/30: Fairfax, VA
5/1: Fredericksburg, VA

Healthcare professionals can earn credit by attending! for more info check out

ALSO I will be featured in the CHARM CITY COMEDY FESTIVAL, Baltimore, MD

5/2: 7pm at Zissimo's, Baltimore, MD (

AND serving as a celebrity judge of the 1st annual DC BLOODY MARY FESTIVAL!

5/3: 1pm at the Blind Whino, Washington, DC (

COME SEE ME! It'll be a while before I'm back in the area!

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Bloody Mary Censorship!

My name is Brian King. I am a public speaker and a comedian. For the past several years I have been relentlessly touring the country and started a project called "Bloody America” where I feature the many exotic, interesting, and unusual bloody marys I encounter in my travels. I am not famous, but between all of these activities I have a substantial following in social media and I regularly speak to 100-200,000 people every year.

To date, Bloody America is a hobby, it brings in no revenue although I've spent some on advertising, I offer free promotion to the venues whose drinks I feature.

Tonight I had planned to write about the Bloody Mary at “Outriggers” in Seabrook, TX. I ordered one, took pictures of it, drank it and was on my way out when the manager (I’m assuming) ran out to tell me I was not allowed to post the photos I had just taken.  I thought this was odd since I offer nothing but free publicity and that, as I write this, their Yelp page has 62 photos all taken in the restaurant, including 13 of their bloody mary. But whatever, I’m not going to argue myself into extra work. I acquiesced and then things got really weird.

She insisted that I delete the photos from my camera, in front of her so that she could see. Besides being a violation of my privacy, as I have other photos on my camera that are not of her bloody mary, I explained that I took too many to do it quickly and I’d do it when I got home. This was apparently not good enough for her and she kept demanding, threatening to call the police and take further action, whatever the hell that is, as I walked away.

So no, I am not reviewing their bloody mary. Nor am I posting the photos I took at their establishment.