Every Thursday you can catch The Business regulars Chris Garcia, Sean O’Connor, Beth Stelling, Chris Thayer, and special guests at the Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Cafe in Silver Lake for a measly 5 bucks. 5 BUCKS!!!! Quality comedy at a reasonable price is what this chica likes. Check out tonight’s lineup. It should prove to be […]
In honor of Tony Soprano we should all fuck our therapists today. — Jeffrey Ross (@realjeffreyross) June 20, 2013
There are not a lot of folk who get to do what truly makes them happy. Fewer yet actually enjoy their work AND get to bring smiles to others in the process. Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, is one of the lucky ones. Every evening we are graced by his brilliant […]
Sure this vid is a week old so SUE ME (don’t really sue me cuz I’m super nice and wouldn’t hurt a Chia pet). You’ve heard the saying “It’s an oldie but goodie,” right?
FX’s live action comedy Wilfred starts its third season tomorrow. I’m wagging my imaginary tail furiously in anticipation. Last season we left Ryan (Elijiah Wood) questioning his sanity and the origin of his relationship with the Aussie fellow in a dog suit (Jason Gann). The first episode of season three will reveal a search for […]
Comedy fans far and wide, get thee to The Virgil tonight for the monthly celebration that is The Super Serious comedy variety show. The evening’s entertainment includes performances by Drennon & Nick, Kyle Kinane, Tony Sam, Super Ego with Paul F Tompkins and Walking the Room‘s Greg Behrendt. Food truck, music, and happy hour are […]
You’re right. I probably didn’t need to buy those magnets at the Container Store the other day. — Todd Barry (@toddbarry) June 19, 2013
I’ve never been one to jump on the sequel bandwagon but I must say I’m SUPER excited to see THESE two comedy films. First lets talk about one of the all-time classics. The drop-dead funny buddy films of the 90s, Dumb and Dumber, has really been unmatched IMHO. You couldn’t help but fall in love […]
The countdown has begun to the “FINAL” 13-episode run of Matt Groening’s Futurama on Comedy Central. We can’t believe it all started in 1999. Eeeesh! The animated series has had its share of cancellations and perhaps its still got legs for another revival but I’m going to pretend to treat season seven as the last. […]
Corporate sponsorship is so overrated. Check out the latest Vine from comedian Kurt Braunohler. You may never share a meal with Kurt again. Mentions: Follow Kurt on the Tweetie HERE and don’t miss his podcast The K Ohle.