Too Much Dick On Stage

Memo to Andy Dick: Peeing is not funny.

Patrons at the Columbus, Ohio, Funny Bone Comedy Club were introduced to Dick during a weekend of performances August 24-26 where the comedian allegedly took women into the men’s room and proceeded to grope customers, as well as urinate on the floor and on at least one person.

He appeared intoxicated and made inappropriate comments on stage, according to the Columbus Dispatch.

David Stroupe, the club’s managing partner, wasn’t a fan and said it was one of the worst experiences with a performer in the venue’s history.

Prior to the show at the Funny Bone the audience was warned with a caution from the club that: "This show contains graphic language and content. This show is not for anyone easily offended," according to the Dispatch.

Dick’s show beyond the stage carried over into the morning of August 27th, as the 41-year-old comedian continued to not use the toilet. Columbus officers cited Dick, best known for his role on the TV sitcom "NewsRadio" and for having a well-known fondness for attention, for urinating on the sidewalk and a condominium building.

After his shenanigans on the streets of Ohio, Dick missed his flight home. A limousine driver was scheduled to pick up Dick at 7 a.m. at his hotel but the comedian was nowhere to be found. After issuing his citation at 7:42 a.m., police escorted him back to the Hilton, according to the Dispatch.

Dick didn’t stop misbehaving when he got back to Los Angeles the following day. Los Angeles County deputies paid a visit to his West Hollywood house after complaints that he was throwing beer bottles into his neighbor’s yard, according to He continued his shock antics streak the next day by smacking a photographer’s camera and tearing his shirt outside a Hollywood nightclub.

A month earlier Dick was beat up by Jon Lovitz at Hollywood’s Laugh Factory over comments an intoxicated Dick made a year earlier about the murder of Lovitz’s "Saturday Night Live" cast mate and friend, Phil Hartman. According to an interview Lovitz gave to the Dennis Miller radio show, Dick once told Lovitz, "I put the ‘Phil Hartman hex’ on you – you’re the next to die."

Later, when Lovitz met up with him at the club in July, Dick said he didn’t recall saying such a thing. Lovitz said he grew upset that Dick wouldn’t apologize just in case he was too drunk to remember. It ended with Lovitz banging Dick’s head on the floor of the club, according to the interview.

As of press time, Dick is scheduled to appear in Franklin County Municipal Court September 6th. If he chooses not to make the trip back to Ohio, Dick can instead pay a $126 fine and court costs for the misdemeanor offense.