Nearing the 2020 election, John Oliver checks in on one of the key promises of President Trump’s 2016 campaign: the border wall.
Comedian Rob Schneider gives viewers a look at his family and personal life through humorous anecdotes about potty training his young daughters as well as his own pig potential and a surprise duet performance with his daughter.
Comedian and “Saturday Night Live” writer Sam Jay serves up fresh takes on relationships, travel nightmares, the audacity of white people and more.
John Oliver takes a look at why people of color are routinely excluded from becoming jurors, who their absence impacts, and what we can do to create a fairer system.
John Oliver takes a look at how the history of race in America is taught in schools, how we can make those teachings more accurate, and why it’s in everyone’s best interest to understand the most realistic version of the past.
Jack Whitehall hits the stage with hilarious tales about happy couples, life in hotels, human stupidity and his well-traveled father.
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Seth Meyers takes a closer look at President Trump’s terrifying interview with Chris Wallace in which he made clear that he does not care about the pandemic, as he sends secret police to American cities to snatch protestors off the street.
With conspiracy theories about coronavirus proliferating, John Oliver discusses why we’re prone to believe, how to distinguish fact from fiction, and what you can do to help others.
Stand-up comedian Urzila Carlson keeps the crowd roaring with her thoughts on recasting “The Biggest Loser,” sex tape regrets and boxed wine hangovers.
Lopez spends the majority of his time onstage celebrating Latino contributions to American culture, and within that, a lot of nostalgia for how parents used to raise their kids. If you’re looking for light-hearted laughs, this will do the trick.
In this new Netflix special, his latest since 2018’s “This Is Me Now,” Jim Jefferies recounts in excruciating detail a date during which he dismissed his lactose intolerance and indulged in cheese. It did not go well.
Bill Hicks performing at Rodney Dangerfield’s New York comedy club.
On October 1, 1993, Hicks was scheduled to appear on Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, where Letterman had recently moved. It was his 12th appearance on a Letterman late-night show, but his entire performance was removed from the broadcast. This is the full transcript.
George Carlin brings his comedy back to New Jersey and this time talks about Offensive Language, Euphemisms, They’re Only Words, Dogs, Things you never hear, see or wanna hear, Some people are stupid, Cancer, Feminists, Good Ideas, Rape, Life’s moments, and organ donors.
In his first Netflix stand-up special, Eric Andre screams and shouts for 50 minutes, talking about how many drugs he’s done, talking about drugs some more, and asking the audience what drugs they like.
Roy Wood Jr. tackles freeway protests, examines the origin of the blues and rifles off a list of life lessons for his newborn son.
Don’t deal with jails and I don’t deal with police. My house got robbed in New York. I didn’t even call the police. I wanted to, but I couldn’t. My crib is too nice. It’s not that it’s too nice, but, it’s too nice for me.
Dave Chappelle performed this roughly edited standup routine in Beavercreek, Ohio, on June 12, 2020.
The title references the amount of time that then-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck before Floyd died.
Mark Normand explores the problem with modern manliness, the struggles faced by introverts and how watching your parents have sex would be the most effective punishment.
After a bad breakup, Doug Stanhope’s rebound relationship with a beautiful woman runs into an unexpected obstacle.