You don't have to keep it clean at Daniel "Rico" Fisher's comedy shows at Old World Village.
You can drop theF-bomb. You can go on a spiel about your misadventures in bed. You can chide occupations, the genders and just about everything else about the people seated in the audience.
There's just one rule, though: Don't get too dark. Or you may get the light flashed at you.
Fisher, who has produced and hosted the Rico's Revival Comedy Show series for a year and a half at the Old World German Restaurant, keeps his iPhone handy in case he needs to send a signal to the comic onstage.
Namely, if they start in on a topic a little too hairy for humor — rape, Penn State, the Holocaust — he'll cue the light on the phone as a signal to lighten up a bit.
If the performers persist, Fisher will physically come onstage and ask them to leave. But he's only had to do that a couple of times.