The Bonfire has spread: Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder now four nights a week on SiriusXM Comedy Central Radio
You can hear even more of Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder riffing now than you thought possible before, as their SiriusXM talk show, The Bonfire, has expanded from two to four nights a week, starting yesterday. The daily show will now stream Monday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Eastern on Si... [Read More]
The Bonfire has spread: Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder now four nights a week on SiriusXM Comedy Central Radio
You can hear even more of Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder riffing now than you thought possible before, as their SiriusXM talk show, The Bonfire, has expanded from two to four nights a week, starting yesterday. The daily show will now stream Monday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Eastern on Si... [Read More]
On Second Thought with Costaki Economopoulos
Checkout episode #3 of my new Laughly miniseries, On Second Thought, with my guest Costaki Economopoulos. We look back on one of Costaki’s early albums, 1999’s “C’mon, It’s Jokes” to see how he feels about jokes he told then about vaginas and about midgets. T... [Read More]
Marc Maron Presents Classic Showbiz with Kliph Nesteroff: A podcast miniseries
Find out what happened to Allan Drake, one of several Mob-connected comedians in mid-century America. His connections got him huge gigs at The Flamingo in Las Vegas and the Copacabana in New York. Those same connections would destroy his life and keep his name from reaching the history books. Hear f... [Read More]
Sights and sounds from Comedy Central’s inaugural Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco
San Francisco already has a monthlong comedy festival in January (SF Sketchfest), and a giant outdoor music festival each August (Outside Lands), but how about something that combines elements of both, right at the beginning of the summer? Comedy Central had partnered with the New York Comedy Festiv... [Read More]
Jim Gaffigan thought about retiring if wife and writing partner Jeannie’s brain tumor surgery didn’t go well
In a SiriusXM “Town Hall” with Ron Bennington, Jim Gaffigan described how his wife and writing partner, Jeannie, dealt with her recent brain tumor surgery much better than he did. “She went into a two hour [MRI] before the surgery, and she came out and she was like, “Write th... [Read More]
Jim Gaffigan thought about retiring if wife and writing partner Jeannie’s brain tumor surgery didn’t go well
In a SiriusXM “Town Hall” with Ron Bennington, Jim Gaffigan described how his wife and writing partner, Jeannie, dealt with her recent brain tumor surgery much better than he did. “She went into a two hour [MRI] before the surgery, and she came out and she was like, “Write th... [Read More]
Jim Gaffigan thought about retiring if wife and writing partner Jeannie’s brain tumor surgery didn’t go well
In a SiriusXM “Town Hall” with Ron Bennington, Jim Gaffigan described how his wife and writing partner, Jeannie, dealt with her recent brain tumor surgery much better than he did. “She went into a two hour [MRI] before the surgery, and she came out and she was like, “Write th... [Read More]
On Second Thought with Sean L. McCarthy, a Laughly exclusive series
The past two times I visited Austin this spring, Laughly was all over the place — first as the official partner of the Moontower Comedy Festival, and then last month exclusively live-streaming the Funniest Person in Austin finals. It’s no coincidence you’re probably starting t... [Read More]
Catching Up with Jonathan Katz
The Comedy Central cult classic animation Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist is returning in a new format on Audible. The show was developed into a 15 episode audio series called Dr. Katz: The Audio Files, which debuts today on Audible Channels. Notable guests in the new ... [Read More]