Maron spends most of the special thinking about the apocalypse, and after teasing smaller stories about the end of the world, he launches into a final lengthy, raunchy, grim, hallucinatory image of the actual end of days.
Daylight saving time doesn’t actually benefit anyone. Strangely, it’s still a thing!
Filled with unfiltered, brutally honest anecdotes, Davidson proves in his first Comedy Central stand-up special that even at 22, he and his friends have had some high times and heavy experiences.
In “Alive from New York” Pete Davidson talks about all the things that have made him famous in the last several years: his relationship with Ariana Grande, his work on SNL, becoming the BDE Ur-text. He talks about Lorne Michaels and doing a lot of drugs, and he tells stories about his father, a firefighter who died on 9/11.
Comedian Amanda Seales presents her stand-up debut: I Be Knowin’. In this hour-long HBO special, Amanda shares from her memories of romance in high school up to what it means to be a 30-year-old black woman in America today.
(’70s GERMAN ROCK MUSIC PLAYING) ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to enter the Carpet Remnant World of Stewart Lee! (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) That was a
Stewart Lee’s meta comedy is of a self-aware Metropolitan Liberal Elite in which he talks about, amongst other things, the thin line between Brexit and Trump, S&M (unrelated), people under forty, Deacon Blue’s mix of soulful singer-songwriter sensibilities, an accurate impersonation of Russell Howard, and Burnham-On-Crouch, all against a backdrop of Casper David Friedrich’s 1818 German masterpiece Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog.
Exploring love, sex and doing both alone, Sara shares her wisdom and positivity, and overshares about her imaginary brother Stephen.
I’m a dumb person. I’ve learned you’re not allowed to call yourself dumb on the Internet without a stranger arguing with you. That’s how fucking broken the Internet is. If you go online, you’re like, “I’m an idiot!” Someone you’ve never met will be like, “Don’t say that.”
Comedian Jim Gaffigan performs live at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN.
An outstanding lineup of entertainers gathered in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall to salute Dave Chappelle, recipient of the 22nd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on October 27, 2019.
Ricky Gervais makes observations and true statements about deeply troubling and ‘taboo’ issues and we laugh because we can’t believe he has the balls to tell the truth.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Kevin Bridges! APPLAUSE Yes, thank you, Glasgow! Saturday night, Glasgow. Thank you. Yes, welcome, welcome, welcome along. The Hydro. Wow!
Full transcript of “Kevin Bridges: The Story So Far… Live From Glasgow.” Filmed in May 2010 at Glasgows SECC Arena in front of a sold out crowd of 10,000 fans.
(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING) (BARKING) Oh! (COUGHS) (GRUNTS) (TYRES SCREECH) (HORN HONKS) (LAUGHS EVILLY) ANNOUNCER: Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome Kevin Bridges! (AUDIENCE CHEERING) (WHISTLING) Cheers.
I live a life where I never know what’s coming soon to a theater near me. My wife and I are late to everything it’s
Comedian Michelle Wolf takes on outrage culture, rape, immigrants, childbirth, men periods, abortion, feminism and much more in a stand-up special from New York City.
The comedy special for the comedian/actress was released on her 40th birthday and includes discussion of her newly found Jewish roots, her rise to fame and being a woman.
Comedian Mike Birbiglia hits Broadway with a hilarious yet profound one-man show that recounts his emotional and physical journey to parenthood.
Here comes the bride, and she’s got plenty to say. Newlywed Iliza Shlesinger dissects wedding traditions as she mines her nuptials for laughs.
SNL alumnus and subversive master of late-night TV Seth Meyers comes out from behind the desk to share some lighthearted stories from his own life.