Cool thing to buy this week: Tom Segura “Mostly Stories”
Recorded in Seattle, Washington, Tom Segura: Mostly Stories is the latest in a string if high-level output from Segura. A… MORE Cool thing to buy this week: Tom Segura “Mostly Stories” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Review: “Gilbert” at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival
You know the voice of Gilbert Gottfried. But who is the man behind the voice? That’s the question Neil Berkeley wanted to answer. Berkeley, who previously directed the 2014 documentary Harmontown, wondered how character comedians lived offstage when not in character. Which naturally led him to... [Read More]
Review: “Gilbert” at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival
You know the voice of Gilbert Gottfried. But who is the man behind the voice? That’s the question Neil Berkeley wanted to answer. Berkeley, who previously directed the 2014 documentary Harmontown, wondered how character comedians lived offstage when not in character. Which naturally led him to... [Read More]
20 years later, “Roseanne” revival in the works with full cast attached
Everything old can be new again in this era of Too Much TV. Re-enter Roseanne. The hit ABC sitcom, which aired 222 episodes from 1988 to 1997 and peaked at the top of the ratings in its second of nine seasons, is calling for a full reunion (no word on which Becky) in the form […] [Read More]
20 years later, “Roseanne” revival in the works with full cast attached
Everything old can be new again in this era of Too Much TV. Re-enter Roseanne. The hit ABC sitcom, which aired 222 episodes from 1988 to 1997 and peaked at the top of the ratings in its second of nine seasons, is calling for a full reunion (no word on which Becky) in the form […] [Read More]
Ellen DeGeneres Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of “The Puppy Episode”
This week marks the 20-year anniversary of “The Puppy Episode,” the now-famous two-part episode of Ellen DeGeneres’ ABC sitcom where her character — and afterward, the real DeGeneres — decided to come out as gay publicly. To celebrate the occasion, today’s episode... [Read More]
How ‘Brockmire’ Adeptly Combines Whimsy and Darkness
Officially, the inspiration for the excellent new IFC comedy Brockmire is a Funny or Die sketch from 2010, but if you’re a Simpsons fan, you know the origins of the character trace back a little further than that. In “The Twisted World of Marge Simpson,” when Marge’s free pre... [Read More]