SDR Show Set to Air 'Rock n Roll Jeopardy (With Consequences)'

NEW YORK — The SDR Show is set to air its “Rock n Roll Jeopardy (with Consequences)” show hosted by comedian Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton on Jan. 6.

Recorded live from New York City’s East Village bar “Exile Above 2A,” the show also featured comedians Luis J. Gomez and Dave Smith. Dominatrix Lydia Supremacy doled out the “Consequences” of missed questions, and also dressed Sutton in a wig and teddy.

“What is there to say about this night that the picture doesn't?," Sutton said. “The concept for ‘Rock n Roll Jeopardy’ was simple — if you got a question right, you got points; if you got it wrong — you were punished by Lydia [Supremacy]."

Gomez competed against Sutton and an SDR fan, and Smith was the "Alex Trebek" for the night. Sutton continued, “Several fun people stopped by too: porn star and Penthouse Pet, Natalia Starr, retired porn star turned astronaut Coco Brown, VH1’s ‘Rock of Love’ winner and Penthouse Pet Taya Parker, and Cro-Mags founding guitarist Parris Mayhew, to name a few. The place was packed, the show was awesome, and we will probably make this a regular thing in 2016.”

To hear a preview of the show, click here.