David Crowe: Crooked Finger is a film featuring the comedian's live show. The show was taped at the Triple Door Theater in Seattle in 2005. Several cameras were used in the filming, giving great views of Crowe's comedy act and the reactions of the audience. Crowe looks like an ordinary guy, but when he's on stage his full personality comes through with his many accents and his physical gags. The comedy comes from Crowe's observations on many topics from old age to tomatoes to rock stars that sell out. Some of the routines included are comparing second-hand smoking to second-hand drinking, the challenges of traveling abroad as an American, which Crowe has done several times; and comparing the productivity levels of beer drinkers and coffee drinkers. Crowe's popularity continues to rise, he holds the distinction of being the only comedian to win both the Seattle, and the San Francisco International Comedy Competitions.