Some of late night television is dark this week. But this is 2014 and that means we’re never short on the content. With that in mind, the one and only Wyatt Cenac and his new stand-up special, Brooklyn is available for stream on Netflix. Read More
Denver comedian, and member of The Grawlix comedy group, Andrew Orvedahl was the guest comedian on last night’s The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Orvedahl is a recently divorced father of one, and sadly, his comedy career causes him to miss semi-important things such as preschool graduations… well, sort of. “You can’t miss something that’s not actually a real thing.” Orvedahl goes to talk about it slips his mind from time to time that he’s divorced, parenting secrets, and the perks of owning a flask. Check it out.
Zach Galifianakis was a guest on last night’s The Tonight Show. In a little behind-the-scenes clip, Jimmy Fallon ran into Zach after having not seen his friend in a long time. The pair try to schedule a time to get together to hang out, but just have the busiest schedules. Riding an elephant, staring at a blank wall, creating and dealing with the fallout of Jurassic Park, the pair are just too busy, maybe 2030 will slow them down. Read More
Artie Lange was a guest last night on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his new Comedy Central special. Lange’s a man’s man. He likes beef hotdogs, the New York Jets (well…), smoking, and The Rolling Stones. Lange tells Jimmy Fallon about the time he went to see the Stones play at the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, where, surprisingly, you’re not allowed to smoke… not even if you’re Keith Richards. Well, maybe not if you’re Keith Richards. Lange bet a security guard that Richards would light up the second he got on stage, and it almost worked out for him.
With his new sitcom premiering on Fox this Sunday, John Mulaney is making his rounds the talk show circuit. In an amazing interview with Jimmy Fallon on last night’s The Tonight Show, Mulaney revealed a wonderful meta joke in his show. Having often talked about his love of Law & Order: SVU in his act, the comedian hired Ice-T (rapper and Detective Fin Tutuola) to narrate the show’s intro. “Mulaney was shot in front of a live studio audience, ok?” My high hopes for this show just keep getting higher. Read More
There are lots of great funny people making appearances on television this week. Late night is packed full of it all while many new sitcoms are premiering. While that’s all fun and dandy but this weekend, we’re not only hosting some killer live stand-up shows but we’re anxiously awaiting the debut of Jerrod Carmichael’s new stand-up special, Love At The Store. Giddyup! Read More
It was another SNL reunion when Andy Samberg visited The Tonight Show last night. He and fellow alum, Jimmy Fallon, played a game of 5-Second Summaries. Each had just five seconds (or three) to describe a movie without using actor’s names or words that were in the title. Spoiler alert: Samberg’s killer Nick Cage impression resurfaces. He deserves all the Samburgers. Read More
It’s here ladies and gentlemen, not only is it hoodie weather, but its that time of the year when we see the return of many of the fall shows. The biggest one for us being the 40th season of Saturday Night Live. Last week a bunch of changes happened for this new season, including new cast members, new people at the Weekend Update desk and a new announcer. All prepping for this weekend’s new season. Also, it was bound to happen and South Park released a promo for season 18 and in it they’re totally trolling the Washington Redskins, blamo. Read More
The wonderful Kurt Braunohler made his Tonight Show debut on Friday. Braunohler has done Conan in the past and had a great Comedy Central Half Hour this summer, but this was his first network late night stand-up set. Braunohler talked about his distaste for biscotti, amazing sights you see at the dog park, dating woes, and troubleshooting weird British washing machines. Check it out.
Chris Rock laid out exactly how awesome Joan Rivers was. Rock puts her on the Mouth Rushmore of comedy and talks about how fearless and hip she was, how she worked through tragedy, and how she never stopped being relevant. Read More