In “I Love Everything,” Oswalt discusses finding love again and shares existential anecdotes about buying a house and entering his 50s. One of his discoveries about aging: Breakfast has become dull.
I know it’s going to sound strange, but it’s good to be home. I feel like I don’t have to do things that I have to do back home to keep up with white people. I can just be a comfortable brown man here.
In his debut standup special, Good Deal, Jimmy will tell you all about his take on Asian representation, how he learned to speak English from rap videos, dating tall women, and pursuing his dreams only to disappoint his old school Chinese parents. From assimilation to representation, Jimmy O. Yang delivers an absolutely hilarious hour of comedy in Good Deal.
Jo Koy imitates three generations of his family, reveals why sleep is a near-death experience for him and explains why all parents should have pulled out.
Lee Mack, star of BBC comedy shows ‘Not Going Out’ and ‘Would I Lie To You?’, delivers his high-energy banter and sharp one-liners to venues across the country on his ‘Going Out Live’ tour.
Lee Mack performs live stand-up comedy at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre.
T.J. Miller has taken the leash off his comedic dog voice for no reason other than to buy more fishing equipment, and he HATES fishing. Do you like explosions of fun and a sense of danger at every moment? He does.
Comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld is back with an all new stand-up special: 23 Hours to Kill. This hour-long special showcases more of Seinfeld’s sharp angles on everyday life.
Bill Burr performing on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2010
Great comedy is finally back. Louis C.K. is now a comedian with nothing to lose, not afraid of liberal media bashing him or Twitter mob “canceling” him for his jokes. His jokes have gone even darker than before and he doesn’t shy away from discussing what he’s done. This a ruthless and glorious return and huge middle finger to all SJWs trying to make talented artists like him disappear.
For his second EPIX comedy special, Jim Norton takes self-deprecation and outrageous humor to new extremes. Norton attacks a wide range of topics with the knowledge that some of his remarks will no doubt inspire complaints.
His special “Monster Rain,” Jim Norton performs outrageous material, covering territory involving current affairs, celebrities, racism, and then, finally, lots and lots of sex.
Taking the stage before a sold-out audience at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia, acclaimed Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss takes on toxic masculinity in a 90-minute comedy special that is full of deeply funny observations about gender and sexuality.
In this standup special “Weakness Is the Brand,”Maria Bamford quirky but hilarious style is fully on display as she talks about her parents, religion, her marriage and a tiny bit about mental health
Dave Allen on his first day at Catholic school. A reminder that the best comedy is truth: just by re-stating exactly what the church preaches, it exposes its absurdity.
Powerhouse stand-up Chris D’Elia takes New Orleans by storm in his very first one-hour stand-up special. British dudes, drunk girls and bears on romantic dates at Applebee’s. Hey, why is it that we are the only species that makes love, anyway? Chris D’Elia explains the hilarious truth and more in this dynamic new special.
Actor and comic Chris D’Elia delivers a hilarious take down of life’s greatest pitfalls in his Netflix Original comedy special “Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire.”
In 1965 “The Indian Sergeant,” was emerging as George Carlin’s surefire crowd-pleaser. The premise involved an Indian warrior who called his troops to order like an army drill sergeant. Carlin introduced the bit by noting that classic Westerns typically spent an hour and a half showing the cowboys getting ready for the climactic Indian attack, but never showed the Indians preparing.
Tom Segura scores laughs with uncomfortably candid stories about mothers, fathers, following your dreams — and other things you’d rather not think about.
Ever the stand-up party animal, comic Bert Kreischer riffs on parenting and family life, being a gun and pet owner, his dad discovering pot, and more.
Bert Kreischer gets into serious trouble when he tries to wrestle a bear for his television show.