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Video: Jim Norton interviewed by Ray Ellin

By | August 19, 2008 at 4:36 pm | No comments

A while back on LateNet with Ray Ellin, comedian and host Ellin — who is hosting the Punchline Magazine 3rd anniversary show Oct. 7 — interviewed the one and only, all-too-honest Jim Norton. Check it more...


Wednesday stand-up video: Jim Norton

By | May 14, 2008 at 3:34 am | No comments

Jim Norton has his doubts about his friend’s advice on how to deal with a charging bear. He’s got his own ideas, and they involve caressing the animal’s junk. Check it more...


Update: Pre-sale on now for Louis CK, Dave Attell, Jim Norton, Artie Lange and more

By | January 17, 2008 at 12:41 pm | No comments

Two days ago, we announced that tomorrow would be the day to start grabbing your tickets to The Gerry Red Wilson Foundation Comedy Benefit featuring Louis C.K., Dave Attell, Jim Norton, Artie Lange, Greg Fitzsimmons, Nick Di Paolo, Pete Correale and Kevin Meaney. But we just got news that there’s a pre-sale going on right now. Click more...


Tickets on sale Jan. 18: Comedy benefit feat. Louis CK, Dave Attell, Jim Norton, Artie Lange and more

By | January 15, 2008 at 3:49 pm | No comments

An amazingly stellar list of contemporary comedy greats will come together on March 5 in New York City to raise awareness and money for treatment and research of spinal meningitis. Louis C.K., Dave Attell, Jim Norton, Artie Lange, Greg Fitzsimmons, Nick Di Paolo and Kevin Meaney will perform at The Gerry Red Wilson Foundation Comedy more...


Jim Norton:Happy Endings: The Tales of a Meaty-Breasted Zilch

By | July 3, 2007 at 10:24 am | No comments

Whether you like stand-up comedy or not; whether you're a fan of comedian Jim Norton or not and -- this is important -- if you can suppress judgment on a man who not only enjoys being defecated on but also likes writing about it, you must read  Happy Endings: The Tales of a Meaty-Breasted Zilch. Known best these days as the third mic on the wildly popular Opie & more...


Jim Norton: Comedy's Lovable Degenerate

By | January 15, 2007 at 6:51 pm | No comments

A true bastion of free speech, stand-up comedian Jim Norton -- the man on Opie and Anthony's third mic -- knows his way around a groan inducing joke-- not to mention the "casual encounters" section on Craig's List. Photos by Heidi Kikel for Punchline Magazine When we arrive at his apartment, comedian Jim Norton is sitting at his computer, intently studying the script more...


‘Otto & George’ comedian ventriloquist Otto Petersen dies suddenly (Audio)

‘Otto & George’ comedian ventriloquist Otto Petersen dies suddenly (Audio)

By | April 14, 2014 at 10:43 am | 8 comments

Otto Petersen, the comedian behind x-rated ventriloquist act Otto & George, died yesterday while taking a nap. As of this writing, no cause of death has been revealed. Petersen was 53. A longtime, recurring guest on the Opie and Anthony Show on SiriusXM, the announcement was made there this morning. "I am heartbroken to hear @OttoAndGeorge has died. He was so more...


Dave Attell series ‘Comedy Underground’ and one hour special ‘Road Work’ will premiere in April

Dave Attell series ‘Comedy Underground’ and one hour special ‘Road Work’ will premiere in April

By | March 19, 2014 at 9:29 am | One comment

The long-awaited uncensored Dave Attell stand-up series finally has a premiere date. Comedy Underground with Dave Attell hits television sets on Saturday night, April 12 at 1 am EST on Comedy Central. The show marks Attell's return to the network since his Insomniac series went off the air in 2004. Filmed in New York City's Village Underground, Judah Friedlander, Ralphie more...


Drastic changes coming to Last Comic Standing on NBC (Exclusive)

Drastic changes coming to Last Comic Standing on NBC (Exclusive)

By | January 17, 2014 at 11:35 am | 8 comments

Back in November, we told you that NBC is bringing back Last Comic Standing and that Wanda Sykes will serve as executive producer. The news sparked much debate about whether or not this was good news or not. The stand-up comedy competition show, seen as the American Idol of stand-up, faced controversy during its 7-season run from 2003-2010. Although they accepted open more...