Comedian Steve Byrne delivers jokes about turning 40, accepting death, single girls, and the new mission for fat white girls on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Director Judd Apatow makes his Tonight Show stand-up debut, performing jokes for the first time since he stopped at 24 years old. He touches on his level of fame, living with all women and delivers a tasty Bill Cosby impression.
On tonight’s episode of The Meltdown with Jonah & Kumail, John Mulaney talks about the Emmy aspirations he has for one of his favorite TV shows The Jinx. Then, it turns out there’s a young lady, of 13 years, in the audience who needs to have the TV show explained to her. Enter a comedian explaining a murderer to a young child.
John Roy was the guest comedian on Conan last night. And while taking the platform he decided to tell us though he’s a nerdy guy he still doesn’t have the imagination to come up with what the folks on Game of Thrones are doing. But we still shouldn’t expect him to dress much like an adult.
Watch this exclusive clip from Lisa Lampanelli’s new stand-up special, “Back To The Drawing Board” premiering tonight
Tonight at 10pm on Epix, Lisa Lampanelli’s new stand-up special, Back To The Drawing Board will premiere. Earlier this week Lampanelli made an appearance on our podcast and we got the chance to speak to her about said special, her life in comedy, and what her future might look like. Now we’re bringing you an exclusive debut of a clip from said special before it premieres tonight on EPIX. Watch it then set the DVR for 10pm.
Mark Normand was the guest comedian on Conan last night. His five minutes cover his functioning alcoholism and how it should be celebrated, being dumped, how he’s just not a fan of airports, and why he likes women that can build things.
Jesse Elias’ network TV debut on Kimmel, “My dad use to get on my case about making eye contact more often, I showed him”
Jesse Elias makes his network television debut with a stand-up set on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He discusses the problem with Happy Meals, making eye contact and post 9/11 flavors. Read More
James Corden welcomes comedian Nick Thune to perform stand-up, but Nick comes out thinking he’s accepting an award for being the show’s first comic.
In a country of lost souls, comedy comes hard. But in a religiously oppressive state where half its population want to segregate the gays like the Jim Crow era, it burns like fire. It’s like what the guy said at the beginning of SLC Punk. Something about how being in religiously uptight Utah made punk burn more intensely than other places. I think that’s what’s going on with comedy in Bloomington. That’s what a fellow open mic-er told me a day before the Limestone Comedy Festival held in Bloomington, Indiana. Read More
Watching Gary Gulman’s appearance on Conan last night reinforced why we love his stand-up comedy. For five minutes last night Gulman just took the single premise of sexual role play and turned it into this incredibly deep and revealing joke, adding layer upon layer of detail and absurdity onto the premise. It grew into this wonderfully great joke that made you smile the entire time. Gulman is one of the best, and with appearances like this he just keeps proving it over and over again.