Melissa's road into comedy began with her first impression of Britney Spears at age 12.  She loved it and discovered that stand-up was the way to put that talent to use, so she started finding ways to get on stage and practice, including the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp.  After high school, Melissa went to junior college for a little bit, but knew it wasn't really for her and threw herself into stand-up.
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Francisco Ramos moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to do improv but made the leap to standup, lured by the appeal of relying only on himself, "With improv, you always have to be working with people who are on the same page as you and can stay on the same page, with standup, it's just you."  He started hitting open mics and spending time at The Comedy Store, and jumped in, running the music on one of the shows in the Belly Room.
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