Sometimes comedy is like molecular gastronomy, with weird flavor juxtapositions and new, unconventional techniques producing wildly varied results. Other times, it’s meat and potatoes, familiar and satisfying. Tommy Savitt is meat and potatoes. His stage persona, a freeloading New Yorker, is instantly graspable and eminently likeable. Within that persona, Savitt practices the Art of the Joke: setups and punchlines, one after another, like heaping forkfuls of pot roast from a chef who has built his career on the dish. Winner of the 2008 Seattle International Comedy Competition, Savitt returns for a mini-tour of both Underground locations.