Bob Hope Plays the Supervillain to 1966’s Biggest Comedic Stars
Whatever you think of him, it’s next to impossible to refute the fact that Bob Hope was the king of comedy during his tenure. Whether it was his “Road” films with Bing, catapulting to success on the radio, or entertaining the troops throughout the sixties and seventies, for a time,... [Read More]
'It's The Wire meets Mr Bean'
Jack Whitehall on his new comedy Bounty Hunters [Read More]
Meet Me In New York: Matt Goldich
What do they say about New York City: There are eight million stories, and sometimes it seems as though eight million of the people telling them think they’re comedians? No, that’s not it. It is a fact, though, that America’s biggest city is also its biggest comedy mecca. Hollywood... [Read More]
Here’s the Trailer for Judah Friedlander’s Netflix Special ‘America Is the Greatest Country in the United States’
Judah Friedlander makes his Netflix standup special debut later this month, and the streaming network just released the trailer. Titled Judah Friedlander: America Is the Greatest Country in the United States, the 84-minute special was filmed during multiple shows and follows the 30 Rock alum as he t... [Read More]
Solomon Georgio on Standup, Comedic Heroes, and the Beauty of LA
Today is an exciting day for comedian Solomon Georgio. Not only does his Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents episode premiere tonight at 12:30, but his debut album, Homonegro Superior, just dropped on Comedy Central Records. Since leaving Seattle for LA a little over five years ago, Solomon has steadil... [Read More]
Karly Brooks (@brookskarly) Doesn’t Need 280 Characters
Karly Brooks is a writer living in Brooklyn with her roommate’s dog and also her roommates. Her writing has appeared on McSweeney’s, BuzzFeed, The Belladonna, Robot Butt, a few ads and, of course, her Twitter. Her hobbies include reading and writing, which is sort of sad since her d... [Read More]