WATCH: Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe with Jewel, Peyton Manning destroying Ann Coulter #LoweRoast
Comedy Central’s Roast of Rob Lowe #LoweRoast will air 10 pm ET on Sept. 5—a perfect way to celebrate Labor Day. If you’ve been paying attention online you already know it seems Ann Coulter, who was part of the dais, was verbally abused more than Rob Lowe. Part of the proof is in t... [Read More]
Listen to this previously unreleased George Carlin track, “Rats & Squealers”
If you see something, don't say something to the police. That's just how this previously unreleased track from a George Carlin performance in 2001 starts!  "You don't help the police," Carlin says at the start of "Rats & Squealers," which is now part of the first posthumous Carlin record, c... [Read More]
George Carlin anti-police bit from I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die (AUDIO)
George Carlin’s new album I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die is set for a Sept. 16 release on CD, vinyl and digital formats. But a previously unreleased track that will be featured on the album was just made available. On the track “Rats and Squealers,” Carlin aggressively rai... [Read More]
George Carlin anti-police bit from I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die (AUDIO)
George Carlin’s new album I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die is set for a Sept. 16 release on CD, vinyl and digital formats. But a previously unreleased track that will be featured on the album was just made available. On the track “Rats and Squealers,” Carlin aggressively rai... [Read More]
The Final Edition releasing first original National Lampoon comedy album in 35 years
Throwback Thursday to the Future? Tony Hendra, who produced National Lampoon's first album back in 1972, is back with Jeff Kreisler and the rest of his team at The Final Edition to produce and release the Lampoon's first original comedy album since the early 1980s. "Are There Any Triggers Here Tonig... [Read More]
The Final Edition releasing first original National Lampoon comedy album in 35 years
Throwback Thursday to the Future? Tony Hendra, who produced National Lampoon's first album back in 1972, is back with Jeff Kreisler and the rest of his team at The Final Edition to produce and release the Lampoon's first original comedy album since the early 1980s. "Are There Any Triggers Here Tonig... [Read More]
What are the best audiobooks to listen to comedians reading their own memoirs?
I bought Doug Stanhope's new memoir, "Digging Up Mother," because he told me I was in the book. He could have been drunk when he said that. No, wait. He definitely was, because he said so. Either way, imagine my delight and yours this week when Audible released an audiobook version of Stanhope's Dig... [Read More]
The Interrobang’s “Comedy 101” on SiriusXM: An open mic comedian’s fever dream/nightmare come to life
The open mic holds everything for the new, aspiring comedian. The alpha and the omega, the dream and the nightmare, but the above all else, the primary entry point for stand-up comedy. An open mic often promises no regular audience members; instead, empty chairs up front and a gaggle of snickering o... [Read More]
George Carlin’s 9/10/2011 joke about rooting for natural disasters, and more, on new posthumous release: “I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die”
The estate of the late George Carlin, headed up by his daughter Kelly Carlin, has, as she told friends overnight: "We found some stuff." Kelly Carlin previously told The Comic's Comic about sifting through her father's massive collection of notes and recordings for stuff that his fans might enjoy in... [Read More]
George Carlin’s 9/10/2001 joke about rooting for natural disasters, and more, on new posthumous release: “I Kinda Like It When A Lotta People Die”
The estate of the late George Carlin, headed up by his daughter Kelly Carlin, has, as she told friends overnight: "We found some stuff." Kelly Carlin previously told The Comic's Comic about sifting through her father's massive collection of notes and recordings for stuff that his fans might enjoy in... [Read More]