Category Archives: National Comics

Sam Jay on SNL

Sam Jay made an on screen appearance during the monologue when Kit Harrington hosted Saturday Night Live. Though her character confused Harry Potter and Games of Thrones, there is no confusion that she is hilarious and everyone should some see her at Comedy Works next month (May 30th – June 1st)!

Steve Trevino Til Death

Steve Trevino is universally relatable for anyone that is married or knows a married couple, has kids or knows someone who has kids.  The audience can feel the unconditional love he has for his family but also feel the funny frustrations that come along with it. Comedy Dynamics produced Steve Trevino’s third and newest special for Amazon Prime, Til Death.  Comedy Is always better live, come enjoy Steve at Comedy Works South at the Landmark April 25th – 27th!

Roy Wood Jr’s New Show

Roy Wood Jr is taking over Comedy Central! He has been a correspondent on The Daily Show, Host of This is Not Happening, and multiple stand up specials.  Now his is getting his own show that is based off his early life; it is even being filmed in his hometown. Jefferson County: Probation starts shooting in May, we will keep you posted as to when it is supposed to premiere.  Congratulations Roy Wood Jr!

Chris Hardwick and ID10T

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Everyone knows Chris Hardwick’s podcast ID10T but do you know where the name comes from?

ID10T is a joke IT code that essentially means [user error]. I like it because it reminds us that we can take responsibility for our own lives.

or If you prefer it as a limerick:

There once was a code, t’was a joke
Meant [user error], a jolly nerd wrote
I liked it because,
It doth remind us
That we are all in the same friggin’ boat.

Either way means the same thing. You can see it written many different ways on and changing the mood filter. It is really fun to read it as a pirate. You know what is also fun…. Seeing Chris Hardwick live at Comedy Works Downtown April 11th – 13th!


Norm Macdonald and The Perfect Joke


“His refusal to stop saying things like that on TV fits his image, among his fans, as a comedian who prioritizes the joke above all else — even his career.” says NyTimes reporter, Dan Brooks. Brooks goes on to say “To his thinking, though, he has moved steadily closer to his own ideal of what comedy can or should be.” Norm MacDonald has always been one of a kind. The unapologetic and truthful yet silly humor that Norm has on stage is unrivaled. Come see for yourself at Comedy Works South at the Landmark on April 12th and 13th!