Starting out at the Houses of Parliament, Ricky Gervais shows how politics are all around us even demonstrating on a passing disabled man. This trend continues once he is onstage and he covers all sorts of topics with a vague connection to politics and daily life.
Recorded at Brighton Dome as part of his twice extended sell-out Dingledodies tour, the show sees the star of Mock the Week and Russell Howard's Good News share his observations on life.
Christina Pazsitzky hits Seattle with a biting dose of reality, telling truths about her childhood, getting older and the horrors of giving birth
Judah Friedlander’s comedy special mostly pokes fun at American Exceptionalism, U.S. domestic & foreign policy. According to the comedian’s website, “it’s a comedy about racism, sexism, imperialism, climate change, health care, LGBTQ rights, fascism, drones and mass incarceration.”
This special captures the respected and controversial stand-up comic, Paul Mooney, performing a politically tinged act that deals with hot-button topics such as race relations. His venomous, no-holds-barred style is on full display. Defiant, socially relevant, and always hilarious, it's a legendary Mooney performance.
By turns scathing and candid, Patton Oswalt reflects on the glut of comic material in the Trump era and the dark days following a personal tragedy.