Comedian Ron Funches breaks down the unique genius of the longtime SNL star.
Vernon Chatman’s new stop-motion series is disturbing, terrifying, and amazing.
The year’s most refreshing, experimental, and hilariously indelible shows.
Rounding up our favorite hour-long stand-up specials of the year.
The TruTV host breaks down why Square One TV and Beakman’s World were so influential.
Tim Robinson and Sam Richardson’s Comedy Central series deserves way more love.
With all the the um’s, uh’s, and nervous stutters.
Sandler is back with his first comedy special in 22 years.
Rapper and comedian Open Mike Eagle breaks down the trailblazing 1987 comedy.
“Mainly this unbridled expression of emotion on something that was technically a silly sitcom really tickled me.”
“We all make mistakes, and sometimes I did things I shouldn’t have done. And sometimes you have to call yourself out on it.”
“I’m a rebel. I don’t play by the rules and I don’t give a shit.”
“You can’t really ask actors to act bad. You hire bad actors and just don’t say anything.”
John Mulaney, Cameron Esposito, Chris Rock, Ali Wong, and more.
“I love it so much but I have no one to talk to about it.”
Talking with the Monty Python member about Peter Sellers, failure, and why he prefers disrespectful interviewers.
The 30 Rock alum breaks down why Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s comedy deserves more fans.
“I didn’t mind a lack of cohesive plot. It just really appealed to me.”
“It’s like comedic malpractice. It shouldn’t work. But yet at the end of that 12-minute opener, I feel good. I’m in the palm of his hand.”
“Oh, there she is. C’mon, let’s go Mitzy!”