We all have that one friend. They get a little too high, their eyelids droop, their mouth gets dry and they inevitably spend the next hour spouting inane gibberish about how dogs should be able to vote. Most of the time—save for when they start freaking out—it’s pretty funny. In a nutshell, that’s the idea behind The Gateway Show at the Sacramento Comedy Spot (1050 20th St. Suite 130, Sacramento) on Nov. 8. Comedians tell a couple jokes, and then, during the intermission, they get “way too high” and tell some jokes again—stoned out of their minds. Unfortunately, attendees won’t be able to smoke inside the venue, and you probably won’t get to light up with the comedians (though that depends on the comedians). The Gateway Show team does specify, however, that what you do outside during the intermission is “your own business.” To make sure things don’t get too out of control, comedian Billy Anderson will host. Of course, due to the fact that a bunch of people are getting high together, the event is for adults 21 and up. For a $20 VIP ticket (or $25 at the door), you’re guaranteed a good seat that’ll be reserved for you no matter what time you arrive at the venue, whereas general admission will run you $15 online or $20 at the door. For more information and to book your tickets, check out Gatewayshow.com.