Acerbic, eternally world-weary comic in stand up routine. Dylan Moran holds forth on matters important to him such as smoking (pro rather than anti), drink, drugs, music, women and children.
Original English transcript here [“Killing Me Softly with His Song”] ♪ I heard he sang a good song ♪ ♪ I heard he had a style ♪ ♪ And so I came to see him To listen for a while ♪ ♪ And there he was This young boy ♪ [...]
Original English transcript here [Dave Chappelle] A veces, decir algo gracioso es cruel. ¿Me entienden? Es difícil estar en esa situación. Yo digo muchas cosas crueles, pero deben recordar que mi intención no es ser cruel. Solo lo digo porque es gracioso. Y todo es gracioso hasta que nos sucede [...]
In “The Bird Revelation,” Dave Chappelle addresses accusations against Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K. and Harvey Weinstein with the conspiratorial tone of someone who wants to tell you what everyone (including Chappelle himself) is afraid to say.
Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show’s not safe for kids – or the easily offended.
In her second Comedy Central special, taped at the Barclay Theatre in Irvine, CA, Whitney dissects her recent breakup, her TV show, and the troubling voices in her head.
Whitney Cummings becomes every guy's girlfriend and riffs on men, women, guys, girls, male/female roles, the male body, the female body, vaginas, dicks, birth control, squirting and selfies.
Chatterbox Live invites you to enter the wonderful world of Sarah Millican--where living alone drives your parents to put you on suicide watch; where a cup of tea in the bath is the epitome of luxury and where free family planning clinic condoms make perfect stocking fillers.
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.
Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger is Chris Rock's fifth HBO comedy special. It was edited together from three performances: one at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London, one at the Apollo Theater in New York City, and one at the Carnival City Casino in Johannesburg.
In this special with Bill Maher, the political commentator and satirist discusses midterm elections, income inequality, the Republican psyche, a Trump lawsuit, why the Pope is an atheist and why tattoos are stupid.
Sarah Silverman is subtle, provocative, and disturbing. Her guileless, deadpan parody of profane ideas is like a naive child faithfully repeating something horrifying that she overheard her parents whisper.
Sharp-witted Sarah Silverman performs in front of an intimate audience of just 39 fans at L.A.’s Largo nightclub, taking aim at such subjects as cell-phone porn, crazy religions, specialty deodorants, terrible roommates, eyebrow waxing, her 19-year-old dog, and the miracle of existence.
"Are you ready?" "Brokeba...homies". That's good. It's about a six on that one. "Are you ready?" Pablo! Pablo! "All right, here we go." No, that's a three at most. "Alright. Hey." "Hi, I'm William Hung. Hello." That's about a seven. Pablo! Pablo! "Are you ready? Are you? Are you ready?" [...]
In his ninth HBO stand-up comedy special, Maher covers various political and social topics such as Barack Obama, the Tea Party movement, the economy, drugs, terrorism, war and religion.
Russell Brand takes on Icons, corporations, commercial exploitation, cult of personality, celebrity worship, sex, drugs and his own hypocrisy in a hilarious and scathing performance filmed live at London's Historic Hammersmith Apollo.