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What I’ve Learned Performing Comedy at Over 50 College Campuses
“When I started touring universities, my first impression was not
Wow, these softies can’t take a joke!
Oh dear God, they are so
Why Are So Many TV Comedies Pondering the Meaning of Life?
The existential comedy has officially arrived.
21 Times Our Favorite Comedy Podcasts Got Dark
My Favorite Murder
Comedians Share the Jokes They Most Regret
“We all make mistakes, and sometimes I did things I shouldn’t have done. And sometimes you have to call yourself out on it.”
The Rise of the Murder-Com
Why do so many recent TV comedies involve killing?
8 Signs You’re Watching a Post-Comedy Comedy
There are now enough of these types of comedies that you can start to see patterns in how they work.
this week in web videos
: Proof Sadness Can Be Funny, Never Cool
Nadia Osman’s series is more than funny — it’s real and affecting.
How the Nontraditional Stand-up Special Took Over Comedy
These comedians are changing our expectations of what a stand-up special can be.
An oral history of TV’s favorite alcoholic, narcissistic, self-destructive talking horse.
Have a Shot at the Outstanding Comedy Emmy?
If it wins, it will be the rare instance of a victory for a more experimental comedy.
How Funny Does Comedy Need to Be?
, and other similar serious comedies, are we entering the era of post-comedy?