Episode #207: Mark Viera
Mark Viera has entertained audiences around the world with stories of growing up, getting married and raising kids in the Bronx. Viera has released a Showtime special, Tales of a Nuyorican, opened on tours with singer Marc Anthony and comedian Gabriel Iglesias, and performed everywhere from cruise s... [Read More]
Pete Lee on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Pete Lee is quickly becoming another favorite of Jimmy Fallon, marking his third performance on Fallon’s Tonight Show this week. This time around, Lee copped to crying in public and picking the middle seat on airplanes on purpose to have more people to talk to. It’s not all bad, though. ... [Read More]
Erik Bergstrom on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
I’ve been a fan of Erik Bergstrom’s dark humor for years. Even got to enjoy sitting next to him one Thanksgiving at The Creek and The Cave’s annual orphan comedian dinner, back when Bergstrom was in the midst of cancer treatment. He may not have a funky hairdo now, but I’ve g... [Read More]
James Acaster on The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Acaster is British, but you can live anywhere and appreciate the difference between people who say “he or she” and those who say “they,” as he joked Wednesday on The Late Late Show on James Corden. He also let us know that you’re not the first person to ... [Read More]
Netflix producing new half-hour stand-up showcase series, “The Degenerates”
Netflix has ordered up another round of half-hour stand-up comedy specials, this time with a twist. Instead of calling them The Standups, Netflix is calling these comedians The Degenerates. What does that mean, exactly? Here’s the official description: The country’s funniest, delinquent ... [Read More]
Netflix producing new half-hour stand-up showcase series, “The Degenerates”
Netflix has ordered up another round of half-hour stand-up comedy specials, this time with a twist. Instead of calling them The Standups, Netflix is calling these comedians The Degenerates. What does that mean, exactly? Here’s the official description: The country’s funniest, delinquent ... [Read More]
Episode #206: Nell Scovell
Who is Nell Scovell? She’s the creator of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, first staff writer hired for SPY magazine, second woman ever to write for The Simpsons, and one of only a handful of women to ever write for David Letterman. Scovell’s other TV credits include Murphy Brown, Coach and T... [Read More]
Watch Amy Schumer deliver her monologue hosting SNL in 2018
Amy Schumer returned to host Saturday Night Live this weekend, but for her second time around, the stand-up comedian and actress is now a newlywed. The Trainwreck star, now promoting her new movie I Feel Pretty, joked about her husband’s “worthless” marriage proposal, no longer rec... [Read More]