Funcomfortable Features

Chris Hardwick makes it “Funcomfortable” for us all

Chris Hardwick jumps headfirst into life’s discomforts on his newest special Funcomfortable premiering Saturday, April 30th at 10pm ET/PT on Comedy Central. The title is an apt pun for his special, the cover bearing a cute promotional flyer of a very tearful Hardwick. Crying from laughter or crying from the tragedy of life? This is […]

W. Kamau Bell Reviews

CNN’s “United Shades of America” sees W. Kamau Bell tackle the KKK head on

Comedian W. Kamau Bell, host of CNN’s United Shades of America, throws himself right in the fire in the show’s premiere episode. He visits the KKK. United Shades focuses on one topic per episode inter-splicing its segments with Kamau Bell on stage performing stand-up relative to said topic. In episode one, our host is the […]

Julia Louis-Dreyfus SNL Reviews

Julia Louis-Dreyfus hosted “Saturday Night Live” with VEEPs and Seinfeld homages

Well Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns for the 3rd time hosting Saturday Night Live and the first since she became Selena Meyer. Her hosting job this week came with high expectations, particularly after last week’s dismal episode with Russell Crowe. While this evening put out more laughs, it wasn’t the full 180 episode it potentially could’ve been. […]

Daniel Tosh, People Pleaser Features

Daniel Tosh’s “People Pleaser” certainly pleases

By now we can assume Daniel Tosh doesn’t care to please people. He’s a comedian. It’s in the job title. His new special, People Pleaser, remains true to Tosh’s reputation of being politically incorrect and callous. Best known for his Comedy Central TV show Tosh.0, Tosh releases his fourth album on Comedy Central Records April 19th. Every step […]

Russell Crowe SNL Reviews

Russell Crowe hosted “Saturday Night Live,” bear us some fun

So, what’s up folks, how are you living these days? You know what question we got answered last night? It was what was Russell Crowe had in him as the first time host of Saturday Night Live. That answer was a resounding, “not much.” While it wasn’t a complete disaster of a hosting job, Crowe […]

Geoff Tate Features

Geoff Tate is at it again with his new stand-up album, “Again”

GEOFF TATE AGAIN PURCHASE: iTunes | Amazon | Bandcamp Geoff Tate’s new comedy album Again presents an absurd combination of premises with a delightful amount of Midwest charm. The album, aptly titled as Tate tours 250 days in a year, drops on April 8th via Rooftop Comedy Productions. This is the third album from the […]

Josh Gondelman Features

Listen up, it’s Josh Gondelman’s new album “Physical Whisper”

Writer and comedian Josh Gondelman’s will be releasing his second comedy album, Physical Whisper, this Friday, March 18, via Rooftop Comedy. It was recorded at the Davis Square Theater in Somerville, MA in last December (on the night of the Star Wars premiere), a little over four years after his debut Everything’s The Best (November, 2011). Gondelman is […]

Ariana Grande SNL Reviews

Ariana Grande has a grande time hosting “Saturday Night Live

It was only last season when Ariana Grande appeared as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. This weekend, though, marked the tiny pop star’s first time pulling double duty as both host and musical guest. It wasn’t much of a surprise when they announced she would be hosting this week, given her past life […]

Kevin Camia Color Cover Features

Kevin Camia looks to add a little “Color” to your comedy collection

Tomorrow sees the release of Kevin Camia’s sophomore album, Color. With his debut, Kindness, landing him on the iTunes Top 10 comedy albums of the year list (2010), we’re happy to invite Camia back into our ear buds. Color, via Rooftop Comedy Productions, shows off Camia’s vulnerable side as he performs for a live audience […]