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  • Jon Dore’s stand-up set on Conan morphed into something totally different (video)

    Every time comedian Jon Dore appears on Conan funny hijinks ensue. Like that one time he and Rory Scovel performed simultaneous stand-up sets. A few weeks ago Dore was unfortunately bumped from the show when some guy named Mel Brooks ran long with his crazy stories about Hollywood (seriously who was that guy?) so Dore had to reschedule. Last night Dore dropped by for what started off as an innocent looking 5 minutes of stand-up but it slowly morphed into something really awesome with the help from Rory Scovel once again as well as Conan and Andy.

    Talking Comedy with Hannibal Buress (video)

    Hannibal Buress had a very busy 2012 – a new stand-up special, development deals, TV appearances, that time he took extacy and peed himself at an SNL wrap party, had a beef with a school newspaper and release a gibberish rap. He even picked up a few awards along the way including “Best Club Comic” at the Comedy Awards and Just For Laugh’s “Rising Star” award.

    We spoke briefly with Hannibal about the rising star award at JFL 2012 and his acceptance speech and his opinions on putting on his weekly Comedy At The Knitting Factory show.

    25 Captions of Christmas: December 18th, enter to win Funny Or Die Presents Season Two

    25 Captions of ChristmasFor 25 Captions of Christmas we’ll be offering up some sweet comedy prizes that you can win with just a snarky comments. Prizes will include autographed books, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and the like that are all from funny people. Every morning we will post a photo for you to caption, you enter by leaving your caption in the comments. Funniest comment wins a prize daily.

    You get the chance to win every day for 25 days. Here’s our running list of items that you can win.

    TODAY’S PRIZES
    Today’s prize is the complete second season of HBO’s Funny or Die Presents: Season Two which is freshly available on DVD today. So if you are or someone you know is a fan of Funny or Die (and who isn’t?) now is your chance to get your hands on one. We’re also going to sweeten the pot with Christopher Titus’ latest hour special on CD and DVD. There’s almost too much to win today… almost.

    Day 18 is here, you know what to do.Caption this Read More

    This Week In Comedy: With a special message from Gilbert Gottfried

    • That’s right, Gilbert Gottfried is headlining Carolines this Thursday night NYC and he recorded this message for us. Keep an eye out for a full interview with us later this week. [TLB Youtube]
    • A Christmas song from Jon Lajoie [Uproxx]
    • More Jay Leno/Tonight Show replacement rumors. [NY Daily News]
    • Drinking Games with Doug Benson [Made Man]
    • Charlie Brown done Louis C.K. style [ADHD]

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    25 Captions of Christmas: December 17th, enter to win Matt Brunger, Lewis Black, and JB Smoove

    25 Captions Of ChristmasFor 25 Captions of Christmas we’ll be offering up some sweet comedy prizes that you can win with just a snarky comments. Prizes will include autographed books, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and the like that are all from funny people. Every morning we will post a photo for you to caption, you enter by leaving your caption in the comments. Funniest comment wins a prize daily.

    You get the chance to win every day for 25 days. Here’s our running list of items that you can win.

    TODAY’S PRIZES
    Today’s prizes are the latest stand-up specials from Matt Braunger, Lewis Black, and the incomparable JB Smoove.

    Day 17, you know what to do. Read More

    Martin Short hosted Saturday Night Live and brought along a lot of friends

    Martin Short SNLThe Christmas episode of Saturday Night Live is always a great one to tune in for. It’s usually a very festive with 30 Rock decked out to the nines with holiday cheer and usually allows for many guest drop-ins and former SNL cast members showing up.

    Martin Short’s relationship goes back far with Saturday Night Live. Coming on in the show’s 10th season to replace the departing Joe Piscopo and Eddie Murphy killing with impressions and some original characters, including Ed Grimley which he brought over from his SCTV days. Short has the entertaining duties down. Add onto musical guest Paul McCartney who can handle the stage and the pieces for a good show are in place.

    For the second time this season, Saturday Night Live is charged with presenting a live show after a serious disaster. Earlier this year when Louis C.K. had to follow-up the destruction of hurricane Sandy and last night having to follow up the horrific Friday shooting in Sandy Hook Elementary (btw, is it possible to never utter the name ‘Sandy’ again please?) How do you approach trying to make people laugh when many aren’t really ready for it? It will always be something that a live show about pop culture will be charged with figuring out. And since Thursday night marked the end of 2012′s new episodes of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report it’s up to SNL to figure out how to make light and put horrendous events into perspective. Read More

    Joe Rogan will release his new stand-up special exclusively on JoeRogan.net December 18th

    Joe Rogan - Live From The Tabernacle

    With only about two weeks left in the year Joe Rogan is getting in just under the wire to release a new stand-up comedy special. It’s also one he’s going to self-release exclusively via his website. The special, Live From The Tabernacle was recorded on April 20th and will be available for fans at the direct-to-fan friendly price of $5. Read More

    25 Captions of Christmas: December 16th, enter to win Jimmy Fallon, Doug Benson, and John Mulaney prizes

    For 25 Captions of Christmas we’ll be offering up some sweet comedy prizes that you can win with just a snarky comments. Prizes will include autographed books, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and the like that are all from funny people. Every morning we will post a photo for you to caption, you enter by leaving your caption in the comments. Funniest comment wins a prize daily.

    You get the chance to win every day for 25 days. Here’s our running list of items that you can win.

    TODAY’S PRIZES
    Today the prizes up for grabs are Jimmy Fallon’s CD Blow Your Pants Off as well as the latest (and some of the best of the year) from Doug Benson and John Mulaney.

    Caption this and get the chance to win. Read More