From the Good One podcast, John Mulaney, Patton Oswalt, and more on the joke they’d steal.
On this week’s Good One, Sinbad talks about improvising, loving hecklers, and why stand-up needs an audience.
Using his normal human-size mouth, he deftly bounces from one distinct role to the next.
On this week’s Good One, Rachel Bloom talks about writing “Space Jam,” her first attempt at blending her musical and sketch-comedy backgrounds.
On this week’s Good One, Laurie Kilmartin talks about crafting a late-night stand-up set and working as a monologue writer for Conan.
On this week’s Good One, Mike Birbiglia talks about his new Broadway show, The New One, and the phrase “I know … I’m in the future also.”
Here are the comedians, duos, and groups you’ll want to keep an eye on next year.
On this week’s Good One podcast, Kenan Thompson and his longtime SNL collaborator discuss creating characters out of impressions.
Sara Holdren and Jesse David Fox compare notes.
On this week’s Good One, real-life couple Max Silvestri and Leah Beckman discuss how they navigate what from their lives goes into his act.
On this week’s Good One, Nikki Glaser talks about all the work that goes into putting together a set for the Comedy Central roasts.
On this week’s Good One podcast, Chris Gethard discusses his transition away from improv and toward stand-up.
In this week’s Good One podcast, Phoebe Robinson reads from her new book Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay and explains her writing process.
On a new episode of Good One, Nick Kroll talks about writing Big Mouth season two and how the show reacted to the #MeToo movement.
Comedy isn’t a sport, but you sure can follow SNL as if it were.
With Nanette, Atlanta, Eighth Grade, Drew Michael, and other similar serious comedies, are we entering the era of post-comedy?
On the season finale of Good One, Aparna Nancherla talks about being a comedian with depression, not a depression comedian.
On Good One podcast this week, Will Forte explains in detail who the people were in the cliff-hanger at the end of The Last Man on Earth.
Insulting work from Jeff Ross, Greg Giraldo, Amy Schumer, and more.
On this week’s Good One podcast, Naomi Ekperigin discusses everything you’d want to know about how a comedian builds a late-night set.