If you’re tired of seeing the latest film with predictable dialogue, or your non-rhythmic body keeps you from shaking it on the dance floor and you’ve paid for one to many over-priced drinks, then get your smile on at the Laugh Factory. The comedy club, which has been around for the last 25 years, has made stars out of Adam Sandler, Jim Carrey and the domestic goddess of many personalities, Roseanne, among others.

At the Laugh Factory, there are a plethora of hungry comics eager to tickle your funny bone – and anywhere else that needs loosening up – every week. You get shows by big name stars like Kathy Griffin and comic/actor Tony Rock (Chris Rock’s brother), a comedian who’s making his own splash in comedy apart from his superstar brother. Meanwhile, upcoming stars like Lisa Holly, wearing her trademark glasses and carrying a fabulous purse, showcase what they have to offer.

Find a comfortable place to sit, whether it’s in the cozy booths in the back or way up front where you can see the comics sweat. Beware of sitting too close, though; you could very well become a comic’s target.

But no matter where you choose to sit, every night at the Laugh Factory provides a different comedic flavor, making boredom the furthest thing from your mind. Comic and former "Vibe" late night talk show host Chris Spencer hosts "Chocolate Sundaes" on (you guessed it) Sundays at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., Kris Martinez unites the Spanglish brothers and sisters on Mondays for "Latino Night" at 8 p.m., and P.K. represents for the "Asian Invasion" on Saturdays at midnight.

And if you think you’ve got the funny in you, show the crowd on Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. for open mic night. Then stick around until 9:30 p.m. when "College Comedy" preaches the truth about academia.

For night owls, Mike Marino hosts "Late & Wicked" every Friday at midnight. See the best of the funny on "All Star Comedy" on Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m., with a 10 p.m. show each Friday and Saturday night. If you happen to catch master comedian Eddie Murphy or actress Tracee Ellis Ross (UPN’s "Girlfriends") relaxing and taking in the show, gawk subtlety, but direct your focus back to the stage where it belongs.

At the Laugh Factory, you’ll still pay for over-priced drinks, but your body will be giggling so much, you won’t give a damn!

Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the show; first come first served. You must be 18 years or older to attend. For reservations, call (323) 656-1336. For more information, to view the schedule and to purchase tickets online, visit www.laughfactory.com. Price: Tues.-Thurs. $12 and Fri.-Mon. $15, plus a two-drink minimum per show.