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.
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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.
Gabriel Iglesias blends storytelling, sound effects and characters to bring his personal issues to life, riffing about his oversized belly and more.
Good-natured comedian Gabriel Iglesias riffs on race, his family, his fans and his own fatness in this stand-up special filmed live in El Paso, Texas.
Hawaiian-shirt enthusiast Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias finds the laughs in racist gift baskets, Prius-driving cops and all-female taco trucks.
Comic Hasan Minhaj of "The Daily Show" shares personal stories about racism, immigrant parents, prom night horrors and more in this stand-up special.
FRANKIE BOYLE LIVE 2: IF I COULD REACH OUT THROUGH YOUR TV AND STRANGLE YOU I WOULD (2010) – Transcript
Scotland's sharp-tongued comedian wears his political incorrectness as a badge of honor, skewering modern society in this 2010 stand-up gig.
The notoriously controversial comedian Frankie Boyle delivers devastating social commentary by way of one-liners about the economy, corruption and more.
Hilariously distasteful, highly offensive, brutally honest, stand-up opinionator Frankie Boyle entertains a live crowd with savage attacks on Britain and the world.
Comedian Rory Scovel storms the stage in Atlanta, where he shares unfocused thoughts about things that mystify him, relationships and the "Thong Song."
In Lisa Lampanelli's fifth stand-up special, the world's edgiest insult comic has a radically different look after her 100-pound weight loss and funky haircut. She's newly divorced and has re-started her entire life.
Erik Griffin’s performance at The Laugh Factory in Long Beach, Calif., finds him facing his titular ugly truth about both his outsides and his insides.