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Three Things to Do for Free in Denver, March 14-17

It's mid-March and the bargain fun just don't stop. This week you can watch comedians play video games, meet a local legend and experience a whole new adventure. Let us now of any bargains we missed, and check out the Westword calendar for even more to do.  Sexpot Comedy Presents...
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It's mid-March and the bargain fun just don't stop. This week you can watch comedians play video games, meet a local legend and experience a whole new adventure. Let us now of any bargains we missed, and check out the Westword calendar for even more to do. 
Sexpot Comedy Presents Mystery and Roger Play Rocket League
Deer Pile 
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, free
In a perfect world we could be able to play soccer with our cars. Thankfully, some nerds created Rocket League so we that we can do it virtually.  Watch favorite local comedians Cody Spyker, Grayson Nite, Roger Stafford and more go head to head on the simulated field. And come hungry, because they're serving up pizza and Shasta, too.
Talkin' Shop with Hippieman
Mutiny Information Cafe 
7 p.m. Thursday, free
Enjoy a sit-down with an original Denver comedy staple, Hippieman. The live podcast series Talkin' Shop has been on a tear lately, and with Hippieman as a guest, you're not going to want to miss this installment that will focus on the local comedy scene's history, how Hippieman comes up with his zingers and the green stuff, no doubt. If you absolutely can't make it, you can listen to it here
Pee-wee's Big Holiday
Alamo Drafthouse 
10 p.m. Thursday, free
The lovable Pee-wee Herman returns in an all-new Netflix special — but instead of watching it on your couch, check it out in a real theater. Paul Reubens will be streamed live to intro the film, so put on your gray suit and red bow-tie and get in the spirit. Admission is free, but you can reserve seats for a $5 beer voucher. 
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