Audio/Video

Ralphie May looks to hit big screen, television

By | June 22, 2010 at 7:37 am | No comments

Ralphie May has enjoyed a lot of success since appearing on last comic standing in 2003. With three hour long specials already under his impossibly large belt, the comedian seems to be looking to get into television and movies at this point in his career. Watch as he sits down...

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Louis C.K.: I used to sit on the toilet to avoid my kids

By | June 22, 2010 at 7:28 am | No comments

In case you’ve been off planet, and have no idea what’s been going on - to the delight of everyone there has been absolute explosion of Louis CK due to the promo tour for his new FX sitcom Louie. The show is loosely based on CK’s actual life as a comedian and divorced...

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Comedians send up Kate Gosselin and others in video parody

By | June 21, 2010 at 1:01 pm | No comments

Have you seen Kate Plus Eight? Have you seen the even more ridiculous 19 Kids and Counting? Now get prepared for Kid Farm! Kid Farm is a hilarious spoof of the TLC shows that have invaded popular culture about families that have way too many kids then anyone thought was humanly...

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Comedians wear official Punchline Magazine T-shirt

By | June 18, 2010 at 11:45 am | No comments

In the last few weeks, we've gotten videos of two comedians wearing the official Punchline Magazine T-shirt; those comedians are Dan Cummins (who was promoting his recently released Comedy Central hour special and CD/DVD) and Ryan Singer (who was starring in a video poking fun...

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Juston McKinney raps about being a new dad, Comedy Central special premieres June 26

By | June 17, 2010 at 2:42 pm | One comment

Just in time for Father’s Day (this Sunday) comedian Juston McKinney dropped a hot new track. In more professional terms McKinney has made a great parody of Jay-Z’s "New York State Of Mind" by turning it into a song about being a new dad. Throughout the song, McKinney goes...

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Is Aisha Tyler speaking another language in this video from the E3 Expo?

By | June 17, 2010 at 2:04 pm | One comment

One of the most endearing qualities of comedian Aisha Tyler is that she's an admitted video game addict-- a gamer, if you will. A total nerd, in a good way. In fact, when I interviewed her in January she told me, "When Halo 2 come out they kind of nominated this seven member...

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Louis C.K. tells Jon Stewart: I can’t say ‘retarded’ on FX

By | June 17, 2010 at 1:43 pm | No comments

Last night, Louis CK stopped by the Daily Show with Jon Stewart to promote his new FX show, Louie. The segment starts with a clip from Louie during which the comedian gets stuck at airport security and has to explain what his bottle of lube is for. Things quickly devolved into...

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Craig Ferguson will host Shark Week on Discovery Channel

By | June 17, 2010 at 1:03 pm | No comments

Craig Ferguson announced last night on the Late Late Show that he will do what all men hope to in the course of their careers: he's going to host this year's Shark Week. Well, actually, a shark puppet named Brian released the big news about the Discovery Channel's 23rd year of...

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Maria Bamford guests on John C. Reilly’s ‘Check it Out! with Steve Brule’ (VIDEO)

By | June 17, 2010 at 12:36 pm | No comments

Actor John C. Reilly has developed a real solid cult following for his role as the affable oaf, Dr. Steve Brule. Originally airing as only a quick bit on adult swim’s Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Reilly’s character has become such a favorite among viewers that the...

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