joemande: This is the best. Rory Scovel & Jon Dore bringin it.
"To me, a fart is funny. Let us break down a fart...
— Comedian LOUIS C.K., on The Daily Show
Paul Rudd talks with Entertainment Weekly about... →
comedycentral: Exclusive: Stephen Colbert and Jack White’s Catholic Throwdown In this online-only segment, Stephen and Jack attempt to out-Catholic each other. Click through to watch Stephen’s performance of “Charlene II (I’m Over You)” with The Black Belles and The Black Belles’ rendition of “Charlene (I’m Right Behind You).” Franciscan & Jesuit educated, thank you very much.
Louis C.K.’s short lived video podcast featuring CK washing his dog with his kids, his cut of a Pootie Tang trailer, and other wonderous things. Jump ahead to the 11:40 mark for footage of him bombing in 1989 at the Comedy Cellar. Tonight’s the night.
Hear Bill Murray Read Poems by Billy Collins and... →
Vanity Fair: Robert Smigel on His Unmade Script... →
vicemag: VBS Meets Rob Corddry
Everyone’s a Comedian: Comedy Is Hard, So Why is Everyone Doing It Online? From Internet Week NY featuring Michael Ian Black, Judah Friedlander, Sara Benincasa, Alf LaMont and Sean McCarthy
doree: neonwaves: destinationfucked: Robyn: “Call Your Girlfriend” This day was already going kind of awesomely AND THEN THIS HAPPENED. Never not always.
I loved performing but felt like I had no chance at all of actually “making it”...– Rory Scovel in The Humourdor. I really like this quote. I feel like I’ve read a lot of things pushing new comics to focus on YouTube, Twitter, promoting and marketing. Personally, I think the most important thing is to learn and to have fun. Once you start getting a bit of attention, then maybe...