Sacha interviews Jill Stein, teaches defense to a wealthy couple, prepares three very special courses for a new restaurant and more.
Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr. interviews former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Gio Monaldo conducts a photoshoot with internet entrepreneur Mahbod Moghadam, one of the founder's Genius. OMGWhizzBoyOMG! discusses Antifa with Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke while they unbox Shopkins. Erran Morad meets with Youth Shooters of America founder Dan Roberts and teaches him how to survive terrorist attacks.
Jim looks at the recent controversy surrounding the accessibility of blueprints online that allow people to produce guns using 3D printers. And how the TSA is struggling to fight against them. Congresswoman Barbara Lee has a long history in Congress, but her progressive politics and push to become the first black female House leader may represent the future. The story of the police dog that the Colombian cartels want dead.
With his signature one-liners and drawings, Demetri Martin muses on doughnut holes, dogs, sports bars, the alphabet's most aggressive letters, Halloween, work outs and more.
Scenes: Erran Morad teaches Trump supporter and Republican businessman Shaun McCutcheon, and his employee Zan, how to defend an office from terrorists. Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello discusses pornography with David Pyne, the national director of the Utah Republican Assembly. Gio Monaldo meets with a yacht broker from Luxury Yacht Sales Company. OMGWhizzBoyOMG! discusses gun control with former Maricopa County, Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Counterterrorism expert Malcolm Nance and historian Nancy MacLean are the interview guests. The panelists are political analyst Kristen Soltis Anderson, columnist Charles Blow and political analyst Steve Schmidt.
Filmed in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Huntington Theatre, on 12 December 1991, this show features Rowan Atkinson performing a series of comedy sketches before a live audience. Aired on HBO on 1 March 1992 as Rowan Atkinson: Not Just Another Pretty Face. The tv broadcast was marketed on video as Rowan Atkinson Live.
Iliza Shlesinger performs in this standup talking about dating, feminism and some of the intricacies associated with being a woman in the 21st century.
Newly engaged comic Iliza Shlesinger dives into undeniable truths about life at age 35, the insanity of the road traveled and what's to come.
In his all new "Noble Ape" stand up special, Jim Gaffigan gets personal as he discusses the medical crisis that befell his wife and family this year, which almost led to his retirement.
In the second episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America? the Republican lawmaker Jason Spencer screams the N-word and runs around with his pants down, trying to touch Cohen's character with his bare ass to turn him gay.
Comedian Jim Norton tackles the twisted state of the 21st century, including how modern technology affects everything from free speech to hooking up.
Hannah Gadsby take us through a journey that goes from self deprecation as a form of humor (one in which humility is confused with humiliation) to an affirmation of our value as human beings. Employing humor as a stiletto she tells her story and make us uncomfortable, she shares with us more than laughs, she shares with us a bit of her soul.
Bill Maher's audacious look at the hottest red-button topic of all. "Religulous" is a vastly entertaining and informative documentary about the craziest aspects of religion.
In this comedy special, stand-up Brad Williams tackles race and political correctness, as well as how his father raised him to deal with adversity.
Dynamic comic DeRay Davis hits the stage like a ball of fire, nailing the finer points of living, dating and handling show business as a black man.
Ricky Gervais Live IV Science or the way things worked before we invented God. The fourth live smash hit stand up show from Ricky Gervais, following his complete sell out tour - filmed live at London's Hammersmith HMV Apollo
The gleefully irreverent Jefferies skewers "grabby" celebrities, political hypocrisy and his own ill-advised career moves in a brash stand-up special.
Transcript of the "Philadelphia incident" where comedian Bill Burr went on a 12-minute tirade attacking the audience after the previous act was heckled heavily by the crowd.
Russell Peters talks heavily about racism, breaking the stereotypes and finally advising the Americans to follow the other world culture when it comes to parenting.
Canadian comedy star, Russell Peters, visits Toronto's Massey Hall for a homecoming stand-up comedy performance. Russell returns to his trademark material of ethnic jokes and audience interaction.
With cigar in one hand and a glass of scotch in the other, Ron White delivers more than an hour of all new material with his signature, irreverent storytelling style and the best comedic timing in the business.
The show features Michael's unique take on life - from getting to grips with wine menus and restaurant etiquette, to obsessive Wii playing and condiment hierarchy in the kitchen cupboard.
Kevin Smith is anything but quiet in this new comedy special that was recorded an hour before his heart attack in February. Before he nearly died backstage, onstage he discusses his marriage, his kid and his work (or lack thereof)
Performing to thousands of fans at the 02 Arena in London on May 19th 2018, Trevor Noah took some time to give his views on the royal wedding.
In a witty solo show, Brent Morin serves up infectious laughs on the agony of puberty, hot guy problems and the time a girl dumped him for a magician.
Nikki Glaser brings her sharp wit to her first hour-long special, "Perfect." Glaser contemplates what it means to become an adult woman, and talks frankly about her relationships with porn and sexual shame.
On a mission to defy stereotypes, Malaysian stand-up comedian Kavin Jay shares stories about growing up in the VHS era with his Singapore audience.
In his new Netflix stand-up comedy special 'Kid Gorgeous at Radio City', John Mulaney riffs hilariously on age, mortality, and childhood memories.
"Good evening, here we are at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Like a porn star says when she’s about to have sex with the Trump, let’s get this over with".
British comedian Greg Davies revisits terrifying dates, manscaping disasters, his father's pranks and more in a savagely funny stand-up special.
In this half-hour standup special Patton Oswalt talks about a visit to the Ann Frank Museum, getting older, reading obituaries, old movies, Easter color eggs and explores the depravity of reality television.
"The Hollywood Foreign Press have warned me that if I insult any of you, or any of them, or offend any viewers, or cause any controversy whatsoever, they’ll definitely invite me back next year."
Town Hall, New York City, 26 June 2000. An evening with Eddie Izzard in which he moves back and forth in time, with religion as the loose but constant theme. He begins with Pope John Paul II, and then criss-crosses to Pius XII, the Spanish Inquisition, the Crusades and Jerusalem, the world's five major religions, the Dark Ages, Jesus, and the future.
Adel Karam goes back to his hometown to appear at Beirut's renowned Casino du Liban where his standup pokes fun at everything from relationships to regional social issues with his distinctly local blend of smart, sarcastic humour.
The Catholic Church are very worried about you all reading The Da Vinci Code. And in fact, in January last year, the Vatican actually issued an official statement reminding Dan Brown readers that the books are largely fictional and full of historically unverifiable information...
As expected, Attell doesn’t hold back on disgusting and self-deprecating humor. He confesses that his genitals look more and more like a tent that no one knows how to fold and that on his best day his junk smells like a foot.
Eddie Izzard's routine has a loose trajectory from the beginning of the Old Testament and the creation of the world in seven days to Revelations; God, in the voice of James Mason, makes several appearances. Along the way, Izzard dramatizes or comments on the search for a career, bad giraffes, Prince Philip's gaffes, toilets in French campsites, the mysteries of hopscotch, becoming one's Dad, getting a computer to print, and his court victory after being the victim of tranny bashing.
In his second HBO stand-up special Chris Rock discusses life, relationships, racism, society, politics, and controversial figures such as OJ Simpson, Marion Barry, and even the President -- speaking not only from personal experience but also keen observations.
Shaffir’s Double Negative includes a 44-minute set called Children, followed by a 47-minute called Adulthood; both filmed on the same night at Cap City Comedy Club in Austin. Shaffir took only a brief intermission to change his wardrobe and the lighting, keeping the same crowd in the house.
For his first stand-up special in nearly a decade, Chris Rock takes on many hot-button issues like Donald Trump and police violence, while also delving into his own personal life and mistakes, including cheating on his ex-wife and his self-described porn addiction.
For an audience of drummers, comedian Fred Armisen shares and demonstrates his thoughts on musical genres, drummer quirks, regional accents and more.
Emmy-winning comedian Dana Carvey blends pitch-perfect takes on big personalities with so-true-it-hurts stories from his life as a dad of millennials.
The acclaimed comedian of the surreal performs another unique stream-of-consciousness monologue in this latest live outing. Eddie ponders, among other things, the history of the world, cows in cars, and the existence of God.
Stand-up comedian Brian Regan offers his unique take on the absurd aspects of everyday life in this hilarious Comedy Central concert. With offbeat originality, Regan riffs on flight delays, greeting cards, baby books and his 3-year-old daughter.
Brian Regan takes relatable family humor to new heights as he talks board games, underwear elastic and looking for hot dogs in all the wrong places. Recorded at The Paramount Theatre in Denver.
According to Ofcom, the people that make guidelines for television, the most offensive words on TV are the F word and C word, but I'm live on stage this evening so I can say whatever the fuck I like. And those cunts can't do anything about it.
"I've been described as the hardest-working man in comedy. Not that impressive, is it? The hardest-working man in comedy. That's like being the best-looking guy in the burns unit. No offence to any burns victims we've got in. Are there any in? If there's one, there'll be fucking loads. They tend to stick together."
Recorded at the Albery Theatre in March 1994, Eddie Izzard delivers over 70 minutes of scatological material to a sold out crowd. He covers everything from films, Star Trek, cats, shopping and supermarkets.
D.C., Hughley focuses on such topics as the dangers of living in the nation's capital, the qualifications of the 2008 presidential candidates, the current administration, the immigration debate, Cuban refugees, airplane restrictions, the 'n' word, Don Imus and freedom of speech, whites and blacks on cruise ships, Paris Hilton, and much more...
Bridget Everett takes everyone by the balls in her one-hour special, Gynecological Wonder. Her raucous, raunchy and hilarious show is as heartfelt as it is unpredictable as she belts out beautiful songs that will make you laugh, cry and sometimes cringe.
The number one reason people hate America, the number one reason is because of our religion. Americans worship money, we worship money. Separate God from school, separate God from work, separate God from government but on your money it says in God we trust.
English stand-up comedian Stewart Lee stands in front of a room full of inebriated Glaswegians and tells them that William Wallace may have been "a gay" and "a Scottish paedophile - the worst kind of paedophile there is" as well as suggesting that Gaelic is the language of gays.
Jimmy Carr is a notorious divider of audiences. With his jokes he severely pushes the limits of ethics and morality, and makes jokes of subjects that most other comedians (even in today's society) wouldn't even touch with an iron rod.
Executive transvestite Eddie Izzard takes his show to San Francisco to give a brief history of pagan and Christian religions, the building of Stonehenge, the birth of the Church of England and of Western empires, and the need for a European dream.
In this Netflix special, Chris Tucker returns to the stage he loves and showcases his mind-blowing comedic chops as he shares his experiences from childhood to the big time.
Kevin Hart performs at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, providing a humorous insight into parenting, people on the edge, and hardships in everyday life.
Well, folks, this is kind of a sentimental evening for me because . . . this is my final live performance I’ll ever do, ever. No biggie, no, no, no, no, no hard feelings, no sour grapes whatsoever. I’ve been doing this sixteen years, enjoyed every second of it
Comedian Michelle Wolf (The Daily Show with Trevor Noah) stars in her first HBO special — an hour of stand-up featuring her observations on feminism, dating, and other social issues. Nice Lady is directed by stand-up comedian and writer Neal Brennan
Pigeons, NBA Jam, a Disney Channel audition gone wrong. Fahim Anwar displays some of the smartest stupid material with moments of poignancy in his first one hour special.
talks about everything from the world of insects to mundane shampoo bottle directions to being caught by the highway patrol wearing nothing but a leather harness, captain's hat & paddle on the road. She opens her stand-up comedy special doing an interpretive dance expressing her experience coming out,
With his calm demeanor, somber tone, and shiny head, Todd delivers non offensive jokes, with the dry humor subject matter that will always leave you wondering if its a joke, or some twisted version of the truth.
Jerry Seinfeld is more or less the perfect mainstream comic. He doesn't swear; he does not express political opinions; he does not do adult material; he is rarely topical, so his shows don't date. What he does is observational comedy – at its most orthodox, and at the very highest level.
In "Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to be Said?," filmed at Nashville's Polk Theatre, Ferguson tackles everything from profanity and celebrity to politics and culture.
Craig Ferguson tackles topics including the challenges of growing a beard, his love of hating magicians, coming of age in the 70's, social media angst, and sharing what he believes to be the oldest joke in the world.
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 ♪ [...]
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.
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.
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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.
In his first Comedy Central one-hour special, Al Madrigal tells true tales of Coach Frankie the Cholo soccer dad, "Liam Neeson" the mushroom-addled cleaning lady, and Jesus the day laborer mas fuerte!
Star of the hit comedy series "Saturday Night Live", Norm MacDonald appears on HBO's stand-up series "One Night Stand". The show was taped at The Vic Theatre in Chicago.
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, gonna talk about a lot of stuff. My parents are gonna see it. They're the ones in the other car. My mom hasn't. Yeah. I want her to see what I do, you know? Yeah... but you know, if you gotta do that... You know, you [...]
In this new stand-up special, Norm Macdonald delivers sly, deadpan observations from an older — and perhaps even wiser — point of view.
Transcript of the Stand-up Special that Daniel Tosh did for Comedy Central, which he performed in July 2015 at The Wilshire Ebell Theater, in Los Angeles
More Later captures Maron as he dishes out compelling, raw and wildly honest stand-up. In this brand new special, Maron tackles religion, relationships, rage, Skype sex and ice cream among other topics.
*Alcoholocaust: (Meaning: The aftermath of a drinking party, usually resulting in every available horizontal surface being covered in empty booze containers, spilled beverages, and a general sticky alcoholic residue.)
In a special packed with stealthy humor, Hannibal Buress tackles zipper etiquette, the legacy of steroids and the fallout from his Bill Cosby routine.
Neal Brennan dives into the hot topics of race, sex and religion. Covering everything from the N-word (and why it's OK for him to use it) to the challenges of being single, he never plays it safe, even when he reveals what really went down the time he met Barack Obama.
A live taping of Nick Offerman's one-man show at New York's historic Town Hall theater, featuring a collection of anecdotes, songs and woodworking/oral-sex techniques.
Recorded on July 1, 2009 at The Brentwood Theatre in Los Angeles. - Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Aziz Ansari! - Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Whoa, whoa. Oh, wow. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank [...]
"Big Jay Oakerson Live at Webster Hall", is raw, compelling, and honest to the core as he takes viewers on a journey of brutal truths about his relationship with his daughter, sexual tension between he and his best friend Dave, and plenty more!
Recorded December 12, 1965 (released 1971, produced by John Judnich and Frank Zappa) Thank you, thank you, thank you. Hahahaha, you like this? Be weird I have no pants on… The ecumenical council has given the Pope permission to become a nun…just on Friday's. I can't work with this thing..it's [...]
È finita. Ultima chiamata. Questa generazione fa schifo, è la generazione più fottutamente noiosa nella storia della gente. È tutto moscio e annacquato... quand'è stata l'ultima volta che avete sentito parlare di gruppi rock che lanciano televisori dalle finestre di un albergo? Dov'è finita quella roba che era... divertente! Dov'è finito il divertimento?
George Carlin's first ever comedy special, filmed live at the University of Southern California. Here, he talks about monopoly, flying on planes, random thoughts, walking, and other things
"Saturday Night Live" star Michael Che takes on hot-button topics like inequality, homophobia and gentrification in this stand-up set filmed live in Brooklyn
Noah addresses major domestic and international events of the past year, sharing his outlook on the world today, including terrorism, racial tensions in America and what it was like being African and traveling into the United States during the Ebola crisis.
Bo What? Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O And on that farm he had a pig E I E I O Here a snort There a Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O [Applause] This is Bo Burnham. He's 22 years old. He's [...]
'Make Happy' is a stand-up comedy routine by Bo Burnham which he performed live in 2015 and 2016; a recording of the show was released on Netflix on June 3, 2016. The show is a specifically choreographed performance which amalgamates comedy with music, and uses pre-recorded music, stage lighting effects and sound effects.
Anthony Jeselnik brings his signature dark and twisted point of view to this special. He holds nothing back, routinely saying things most wouldn't ever dare. Anthony is not for the easily offended or humorless
There's no subject too dark as the comedian skewers taboos and riffs on national tragedies before pulling back the curtain on his provocative style
Armed with boyish charm and a sharp wit, the former "SNL" writer offers sly takes on marriage, his beef with babies and the time he met Bill Clinton
Lewis Black meanders through anecdotes about a trip to Copenhagen (where it’s possible to be simultaneously Socialist and happy), a lactating German woman and mental-illness policies, and - just in time for the elections - he takes on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Before Turning the Gun on Himself is the eighth stand-up comedy album by Doug Stanhope, released on November 6, 2012, by Roadrunner Records. It was recorded live at The Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah. To Salt Lake, and now please welcome Doug Stanhope. (audience cheers and applauds) Thank you! [...]
In "Deadbeat Hero," Stanhope tackles all of the most relevant and controversial issues of our times: Abortion, "liberty," war, whether blindly supporting the troops is a good thing, the drug war, the Alabama-Mississippi ban on dildos and other sex toys, gay marriage and priest molestations. More bizarre topics include two-head babies, his suicidal cat-lady mother, and more.
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Art theatre. Can you please go mental for, Jim Jefferies! How you all going? Welcome to the recording of my first ever DVD people, so thank you for coming. Who’s seen me before, give me a yell? All right, who’s never seen me? OK, [...]
Comedian Mike Birbiglia takes the stage in Brooklyn and hits on hard truths about puppets, late people and the very real dangers of being funny.
Recorded May 2–3, 1986, at the Beverly Theater in Los Angeles It started out like any other night. I was feeling good. I'd just put in a long days work and I was really sure about this. It felt tight, no loopholes but I wasn't about to get cocky. I'd [...]
Performing at the Celebrity Star Theater in Phoenix on July 23, 1978, Carlin mesmerizes his audience in the second of his 12 HBO specials. The routines include: Death, Kids & Parents, Newscast #2, Time and Al Sleet, the Hippy-Dippy Weatherman
Mitch Hedberg's half-hour special on Comedy Central This is the uncut 37 minute version. Tonight from the Palace in Hollywood, California. Comedy Central Presents Mitch Hedberg! Thank you. Hey. Welcome to my half-hour special. Does anybody know who I am? Why did a bunch of people who don't know who [...]
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 this HBO special, 'I Swear to God', Jim Jefferies discusses religion and racism, his own family and childhood, the idiocy of no-smoking signs, sluts vs. studs, drugs and alcohol, and tells a very embarrassing story about what happened to him after purchasing some adult entertainment material
In this unique and dynamic live concert experience, Louis C.K.'s exploration of life after 40 destroys politically correct images of modern life with thoughts we have all had...but would rarely admit to
Please welcome Louis C.K.! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, thanks, that's very nice. Hello, everybody. How are ya? Woo! Good, thanks for- thank you, oh, good. Thanks, thanks for coming, thanks for being here. Thanks for not dying before you got here. Which could've happened. - Thanks [...]
[cheers and applause] All right, thank you! Thank you very much! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. How are you? What's going on? Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here in the greater Atlanta, Georgia, area, this oasis. It's nice to be here. I don't know why I came [...]
[Crowd chatter] Ladies and gentlemen: Bill Burr! [Cheers and applause] All right. Thank you! Thank you. Thank you, sir. How are ya? How's it going? All right. [Cheers and applause] All right, all right, all right, all right. All right, everybody settle down. I wanna get a gun. I do. [...]
Chappelle lets loose on such topics as black celebrities, what it's like to have raunchy fans of his TV show approach him while he's trying to enjoy Disneyland with his kids, Michael Jackson, Kobe Bryant and crackheads, of course
Wooo! Ya'll gone make me lose my mind. Up in here! Up in here! Y'all gone make me throw her out. Up in here! Up in here! Y'all gone make me act a fool. Up in here! Up in here! Y'all gone make me lose my cool. Up in here! [...]
Ladies and gentlemen, The one and only, The emperor of comedy... Sir Eddie Griffin I want to fuck Michelle Obama. I need her on my team. I'm waiting on Obama to fuck up. That nigga slip up, I'ma slide right in. What's happening, Michelle? You like comedy? That's some fine [...]
'Oh My God' is the fifth comedy special performed by Louis C.K.. It premiered on HBO on April 13, 2013. Filmed in Phoenix, Arizona at the Celebrity Theatre
The comic puts his trademark hilarious/thought-provoking spin on finding a bat in his kitchen, seeing rats having sex, Boston accents and dead pets.
Okay, listen, I get it. I get it. We gotta address the elephant that’s not in the room. The leader of our country is not here. And that’s because he lives in Moscow. It is a very long flight. It’d be hard for Vlad to make it. Vlad can’t just [...]
Daniel Tosh performs in front of a live San Francisco audience in this stand-up special for Comedy Central, and touches on topics ranging from sports and pop culture, to religion and politics
Full transcript of 'Elephant in the Room', stand up special by comedian Patrice O'Neal, released by Comedy Central. It premiered on February 19, 2011
(POLICE SIREN BLARING) (POLICE RADIO CHATTERING) (CROWD CLAMORING) CHRIS: Thank you. 100.9 the Wiz. Blazing hip hop and R and B. Jamming in the building right now. Man, it's just an honor to have this guy just stop by just to say hi and say what's up to Cincinnati. My [...]
Filmed in Long Beach, California on December 10, 1978 [Distant traffic sounds] [Distant car motor] [Squeaking brakes] [Car door open] [Car door slam] [Car door open] [Car door slam] [Crowd murmur & distant cheers] [Door slam] [Cheering and applause] Richard Pryor: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Hey, thank you. [...]
Comedy legend Richard Pryor touches on all subjects, ranging from women to his trip to Africa, and even his scandalous past: the brothel run by his grandmother, his cocaine addiction, and the infamous incident in which he lit himself on fire.
The "Daily Show" host ponders the perils of naming countries, how traffic lights turn New Yorkers invincible and why you shouldn't drink in Scotland
Chappelle gets real about racially charged run-ins, celebrity scandals and fatherly dilemmas in a searing stand-up set at Austin's Moody Theatre
Comedian Tom Segura savors wondrous strip-club names, basks in foul-mouthed heckling and shares life's dirty truths in an irreverent stand-up special
Ciao, grazie. Grazie. Grazie. Grazie molte. Grazie. Grazie a tutti. Grazie a tutti. Grazie e un saluto a New York. Ciao New York e grazie. Si'. Ok. E' passato un po' di tempo dall'ultima volta che sono stato qui... ...e nel frattempo sono successe un paio di cose. Volevo parlare [...]
Siete gentili, grazie! Grazie mille, lo apprezzo. Grazie mille, grazie a tutti, grazie! Lo apprezzo... Grazie, grazie... Allora, lasciate che vi chieda una cosa... ...lasciate che vi chieda, come state tutti stasera, eh? Ottimo, be', andate affanculo! Cerco solo di farvi sentire a casa vostra. Ora, sentite, sono stato qua [...]
Grazie, grazie, grazie! Mi piacerebbe iniziare... Mi piacerebbe... grazie, grazie! Mi piacerebbe iniziare dicendo: affanculo Lance Armstrong! Affanculo lui e le sue palle e le sue biciclette e i suoi steroidi e le sue maglie gialle... ...e la stupida espressione vuota sul suo volto, sono stanco di quello stronzo. E [...]
This is Dave. He tells dirty jokes for a living. That stare is where most of his hard work happens. It signifies a profound train of thought, the alchemist's fire that transforms fear and tragedy into levity and livelihood. Dave calls that look "the trance." ♪ Play me ♪ ♪ [...]
Back in Town is George Carlin's 15th album and ninth HBO special. It was also released on CD on September 17, 1996. This was also his first of many performances at the Beacon Theater in New York City "Abortion" Why, why, why, why is it that most of the people [...]
Jammin' in New York is George Carlin's 14th album and eighth HBO special, recorded on April 24 and 25, 1992, at the Paramount Theater, on the grounds of Madison Square Garden in New York City. "Rockets and Penises in the Persian Gulf" Thank you and hello New York! Okay, it’s [...]
You Are All Diseased is the 16th album and 11th HBO live broadcast stand-up special by comedian George Carlin, recorded on February 6, 1999 at the Beacon Theater in New York City
Full transcript of Complaints and Grievances, HBO comedy special by stand-up comedian George Carlin. It was recorded on November 17, 2001.
In 1992, the actor-comedian revealed the wonderful agony of stand-up, the perils of a life in Hollywood, and manic temptations that came with his Oscar-nominated gifts
George Carlin returns to the stage in Life is Worth Losing, his 13th live comedy stand-up special, performed at the Beacon Theatre in New York City for HBO