From arguing with a baby named Jordan to chilling on a ceiling, Mohammed “Mo” Amer brought laughs to Amarillo College Oct. 13. The Arab-American standup comedian did a show for students in the basement of the College Union Building. Amer hit the stage with news of his upcoming tour with Dave Chappelle. He shared stories about the problems that arise from being named Mohammed, such as it taking 20 years to obtain American citizenship and not being able to find his name on a keychain at a Disney park. Based on the reactions of the crowd, Amer’s struggle apparently is funny. Amer himself laughed a lot when he found a sign in the CUB that read “no foul language.” His show did contain some colorful phrases. He also called out people who left during the performance and claimed the youngest member of the audience, a 9-month-old baby named Jordan, was heckling him about not being funny. Dropping the mic and asked if he wanted to be in a Facebook official relationship were some AC-specific parts of the show Amer added to cater to the college-age audience. It was Amer’s second visit to AC. “I enjoyed my last experience here,” he said. Amer said he remembered some faces from the last time he performed. After the show, students lined up to have their pictures taken with the comedian. Amer watched a student do some magic and posed for a photo with the Student Government Association. Some students said they were surprised by the performance. “He was way different than what I had expected. He was actually hilarious,” said Adrian Oliva, a programming major. Other students said they remembered Amer’s previous visit and returned to see him again. Free pizza also drew some newcomers to the performance. The event was organized by the Student Government Association. Amer left Amarillo to head to Dubai to perform with Chappelle Oct. 21-24 at the Dubai Comedy Festival.