I said "goodbye" by roasting the guy who runs the show for my nine minute set. Though this material will never be used again (which is a shame because there were damn good jokes in there) it was fun and a nice skill to work on. Overall it was good times and a nice finale.
My second set of the night came in the form of six minutes at the Sidebar Tavern in Baltimore, MD. I spent the first three minutes working on a story (which seems to be going over well with the exception of 1-2 lines) and the rest working on half baked premises. Both premises have a lot of potential but I still need to figure out the jokes. For now they are funny ideas in search of strong punchlines.