For a moment, it looks like the standup comedian is about to cry. From behind thick black glasses, he peers out -- pupils contracted by the glare -- at the roomful of strangers and says nothing. Then he turns away from the crowd and pulls a crumpled piece of paper from his pocket. The audience shift ... More >>
sully213 at flickr.com In South Park, food isn't just funny. It's also pretty gross. Like the recipe for Chef's salty, chocolate balls... Now, Comedy Central and Frito-Lay have teamed up to bring you something even better. To celebrate the show's 15th season, look for th ... More >>
South Park's rendition of Food Network star Guy Fieri. I used to never miss an episode of the Comedy Central show South Park. It's skewering of pop-culture fads and personalities is unmatched, even if it often devolves into shock-value programming in the process. But last night's episode, titled ... More >>
Who let these guys on TV all in one night? No clue, but they deserve a gold star for making the evening boob tube schedule just a little bit more full of major LOLs. First up tonight, if you get Mun2 (actually, relatively few people do, so check your cable listings), check out La Esquina, the show h ... More >>
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Oh Hell, Make it a Double.
Don't fix it
Sarah Silverman speaks the unspeakable. And funny? Oh, hell yes.
Yes, Lisa Lampanelli went there
BET comedian hits the Improv
Cory Kahaney leads the New School
Lewis and Dave rant and rave -- but mostly rant
Black is back
Staying up late with comedian Dave Attell
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
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