Ain’t no rest for the wickedly smart and funny. Mere months after the release of his debut comedy album—the very well-receivedWaiting for 2042 on Kill Rock Stars; get it—Seattle favorite Hari Kondabolu is back for a two-night stand devoted entirely tonew material. With his singular blend of racial/sociological insights and punch lines, Kondabolu’s a comedy star to reckon with, and here’s your chance to watch him do what he does up close. (Comedy Underground, 109 S Washington St,, 8 pm, $7, 18+, through Sept 24)