Anthony Jeselnik is known for his perfectly crafted dark jokes. Being recorded right after Father’s day, Anthony talks about how he got the Pittsburgh Pirates to let his dad throw out the first pitch on his 70th birthday. Such an awesome gift from an awesome son. Of course this quickly turns into a conversation about his dark sense of humor and how it plays with crowds. Sure at this point many comedians have done stand up comedy in prisons, but Jeselnik’s humor was not welcome at San Quentin Penitentiary when he “opened” for Queens of the Stone Age. Watch the clip for the full story.
When Whitney was at Comedy Works South at the Landmark last September, she brought the heat. Amazing shows, amazing crowd, and amazing material all of which you can relive next month. On July 30th Netflix will be releasing the new Whitney Cummings special, Can I Touch It?, for the whole world to see.
David Spade’s new late show is premiering July 29th. Lights Out with David Spade will take the prime show spot after The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. You can’t tell much from the promo video that Comedy Central put up but we anticipate a light hearted, silly take on pop culture with appearances from Spade’s funny comedian and celebrity friends. Leaving the political humor to The Daily Show, Lights Out could be a nice change of pace for the audience. Make sure you tune in or set it up to record. You will not want to miss it!
A new Roast special is coming to Netflix. Of course Jeff Ross is the Roastmaster General but the other people on the show are from history. Comedians are dressed as you favorite historical figures like Abe Lincoln, Rosa Parks, Muhammad Ali, Cleopatra, Martin Luther King Jr and so many more. It premieres on May 27th and just like Bumping Mics, it will be your new favorite comedy special on Netflix!
Hari Kondabolu makes some good points. Come hear him make some more good points May 23rd through 25th at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square!
John Heffron is a prepared for anything. Learn how to live you life right with John Heffron’s advice. He talks about booby traps, trap doors, and what you need in your bug bag. They play a game with John, “How do you get out of this situation?”
When Corinne Fisher was on Bertcast a couple weeks ago we discovered why Corinne Fisher became a comedian. Take a listen and hear something kind of different. Not all comedy comes from tragedy and Corinne Fisher is proof of that. Come see what we are talking about when she will be co-headlining with Krystyna Hutchinson at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square May 16th- 18th!
Taylor Tomlinson maybe young but has a brilliant take on dating and relationships. As she travels the country, she meets such eclectic range of people that sometimes the advice is the opposite of what you’d expect. Taylor takes all of this advice with a grain of salt. Conan is Talyor’s comedy father and what a great mentor to have. Come see one of the best up and coming comics at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square May 8th – 11th.
It has been too long since we have seen Anthony Jeselnik but the wait is over. Judging by this trailer it has been well worth the wait. Jeselnik has brought his A game in this Netflix special. Premiering April 30th, this will be a must see for all comedy lovers!
Michael Rosenbaum’s podcast, Inside of You, gets deep with the guest. Rosenbaum does an amazing job of getting his guests to open up. Like in this Kumail Nanjiani podcast, Rosenbaum asks which comics was Kumail watching when he first started out? WHo were you idols? Kumail goes on to mention people like Jerry Seinfeld and Mitch Hedberg. Then goes on to say ” Jake Johannsen, who is really really funny. [He] was a big reason why I started!” So awesome to here Jake getting these kinda of complements. Come to Comedy Works South at the Landmark May 2-4 to see what Kumail is talking about!