The gleefully irreverent Jefferies skewers "grabby" celebrities, political hypocrisy and his own ill-advised career moves in a brash stand-up special.
Transcript of the "Philadelphia incident" where comedian Bill Burr went on a 12-minute tirade attacking the audience after the previous act was heckled heavily by the crowd.
Russell Peters talks heavily about racism, breaking the stereotypes and finally advising the Americans to follow the other world culture when it comes to parenting.
Canadian comedy star, Russell Peters, visits Toronto's Massey Hall for a homecoming stand-up comedy performance. Russell returns to his trademark material of ethnic jokes and audience interaction.
With cigar in one hand and a glass of scotch in the other, Ron White delivers more than an hour of all new material with his signature, irreverent storytelling style and the best comedic timing in the business.
The show features Michael's unique take on life - from getting to grips with wine menus and restaurant etiquette, to obsessive Wii playing and condiment hierarchy in the kitchen cupboard.
Kevin Smith is anything but quiet in this new comedy special that was recorded an hour before his heart attack in February. Before he nearly died backstage, onstage he discusses his marriage, his kid and his work (or lack thereof)
Performing to thousands of fans at the 02 Arena in London on May 19th 2018, Trevor Noah took some time to give his views on the royal wedding.
In a witty solo show, Brent Morin serves up infectious laughs on the agony of puberty, hot guy problems and the time a girl dumped him for a magician.
Nikki Glaser brings her sharp wit to her first hour-long special, "Perfect." Glaser contemplates what it means to become an adult woman, and talks frankly about her relationships with porn and sexual shame.
On a mission to defy stereotypes, Malaysian stand-up comedian Kavin Jay shares stories about growing up in the VHS era with his Singapore audience.
In his new Netflix stand-up comedy special 'Kid Gorgeous at Radio City', John Mulaney riffs hilariously on age, mortality, and childhood memories.
"Good evening, here we are at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Like a porn star says when she’s about to have sex with the Trump, let’s get this over with".
British comedian Greg Davies revisits terrifying dates, manscaping disasters, his father's pranks and more in a savagely funny stand-up special.
In this half-hour standup special Patton Oswalt talks about a visit to the Ann Frank Museum, getting older, reading obituaries, old movies, Easter color eggs and explores the depravity of reality television.
"The Hollywood Foreign Press have warned me that if I insult any of you, or any of them, or offend any viewers, or cause any controversy whatsoever, they’ll definitely invite me back next year."
Town Hall, New York City, 26 June 2000. An evening with Eddie Izzard in which he moves back and forth in time, with religion as the loose but constant theme. He begins with Pope John Paul II, and then criss-crosses to Pius XII, the Spanish Inquisition, the Crusades and Jerusalem, the world's five major religions, the Dark Ages, Jesus, and the future.
Adel Karam goes back to his hometown to appear at Beirut's renowned Casino du Liban where his standup pokes fun at everything from relationships to regional social issues with his distinctly local blend of smart, sarcastic humour.
The Catholic Church are very worried about you all reading The Da Vinci Code. And in fact, in January last year, the Vatican actually issued an official statement reminding Dan Brown readers that the books are largely fictional and full of historically unverifiable information...
As expected, Attell doesn’t hold back on disgusting and self-deprecating humor. He confesses that his genitals look more and more like a tent that no one knows how to fold and that on his best day his junk smells like a foot.
Eddie Izzard's routine has a loose trajectory from the beginning of the Old Testament and the creation of the world in seven days to Revelations; God, in the voice of James Mason, makes several appearances. Along the way, Izzard dramatizes or comments on the search for a career, bad giraffes, Prince Philip's gaffes, toilets in French campsites, the mysteries of hopscotch, becoming one's Dad, getting a computer to print, and his court victory after being the victim of tranny bashing.
In his second HBO stand-up special Chris Rock discusses life, relationships, racism, society, politics, and controversial figures such as OJ Simpson, Marion Barry, and even the President -- speaking not only from personal experience but also keen observations.
Shaffir’s Double Negative includes a 44-minute set called Children, followed by a 47-minute called Adulthood; both filmed on the same night at Cap City Comedy Club in Austin. Shaffir took only a brief intermission to change his wardrobe and the lighting, keeping the same crowd in the house.