Aimee Mann’s Best Comedy Crossover Moments
Before deciding on a title for her new album, Aimee Mann told a friend that her record was full of her “usual songs about mental illness.” Mann, whose songs often delve into life’s melancholies, began to see the humor in another friend’s suggestion that she call the album Men... [Read More]
Aimee Mann’s Best Comedy Crossover Moments
Before deciding on a title for her new album, Aimee Mann told a friend that her record was full of her “usual songs about mental illness.” Mann, whose songs often delve into life’s melancholies, began to see the humor in another friend’s suggestion that she call the album Men... [Read More]
NBC Pulls ‘Powerless’ From Its Thursday Night Lineup
Things aren’t looking very good for NBC’s freshman comedy Powerless. According to Deadline, the network has pulled the show, which has struggled in the ratings since its February premiere, from its Thursday night lineup this week and next and will replace it with episodes of Superstore i... [Read More]
NBC Pulls ‘Powerless’ From Its Thursday Night Lineup
Things aren’t looking very good for NBC’s freshman comedy Powerless. According to Deadline, the network has pulled the show, which has struggled in the ratings since its February premiere, from its Thursday night lineup this week and next and will replace it with episodes of Superstore i... [Read More]
Kumail Nanjiani tells Conan why Urdu is the real language of love
Silicon Valley  star / stand-up comedian Kumail Nanjiani stopped by Conan last night to spend some time on the couch, telling… MORE Kumail Nanjiani tells Conan why Urdu is the real language of love appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Kumail Nanjiani tells Conan why Urdu is the real language of love
Silicon Valley  star / stand-up comedian Kumail Nanjiani stopped by Conan last night to spend some time on the couch, telling… MORE Kumail Nanjiani tells Conan why Urdu is the real language of love appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Marcel Lucont's Whine List
Gig review by Steve Bennett at Soho Theatre, London [Read More]
Vir Das Has an ‘Abroad Understanding’
Being born in India, raised in Africa, and schooled in the United States has given comedian Vir Das a unique perspective on what is globally funny. After dabbling in comedy while attending college in the US, Das headed back to India to take a job as a VJ in Bombay. He lost the job in […] [Read More]