John Heffron: Good Kid, Bad Adult

By | November 7, 2005 at 12:45 pm | No comments

Ever since Eve ate that apple and immediately discovered the naked truth about her man (“Oh, Adam, for God's sake, put on some pants!"), women have been wagging their fingers and shaking their heads disgustedly at men. Now, from comedian John Heffron, comes a CD for anyone...

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Patton Oswalt: Getting Busy

By | November 7, 2005 at 12:00 pm | No comments

As this King of Queens standout readies his new DVD, P-Oz — that’s what we call him ‘round here — takes a moment to reflect. By Benjamin Cake Like anybody who might have garnered nationwide recognition...

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Dane Cook: All Aboard the Dane Train

By | November 7, 2005 at 8:20 am | No comments

With a gold record in hand, film roles a plenty and a new book, Dane Cook is poised to become this generation's most influential comic. By Dylan P. Gadino There’s a sturdy yet playful register in Dane Cook’s voice as he strides...

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Aziz Ansari: Not so bored anymore

By | November 7, 2005 at 8:16 am | One comment

From Upright Citizens Brigade to VH1 to Premium Blend, this underground comic is speeding toward the surface By Noah Fowle Let's get one thing straight: Aziz Ansari is no longer bored. The clever name for his Web site, azizisbored.com, is just that: a clever name. And...

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Bill Burr: Ready for his closeup, BIATCH!

By | November 7, 2005 at 8:12 am | No comments

After 13 years on the road, the comedian finally hits the big time. By Tasha A. Harris Ever since he debuted on Chappelle's Show last year, Bill Burr has made a few thousand new fans -- and not by being the token white guy on the show but by consistently offering stellar...

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Daniel Tosh: Life in the Tosh Pit

By | November 7, 2005 at 7:58 am | No comments

Beach bum Daniel Tosh drops his first album after 11 years of stand-up. Now will his parents drop him? By Dylan P. Gadino The way he tells it, Daniel Tosh had no future in the real world. He wasn't that bright and showed little motivation. We think he's just being overly...

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Judah Friedlander: The World Champion Speaks

By | November 7, 2005 at 7:32 am | No comments

This scraggly comic knows a thing or two about acting. He’s got all sorts of awards and nominations to prove it. Seriously. By Tasha A. Harris It’s a bitterly cold Sunday night. The Laugh Factory in Times Square is packed to near capacity. And...

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Kevin Brennan: Not Looking For Friends

By | November 7, 2005 at 7:26 am | One comment

Astronaut, he's not. Comedian, he is. Chicago born, Philly bred, this comic, one of ten kids, doesn't hold back. From squabbles to sitcoms to live audiences, Kevin Brennan's‚ got something to say; we hear him loud and clear. By Jennifer L.M. Gunn After last year's HBO...

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Demetri Martin: Alternative (comedy) Energy Source

By | November 7, 2005 at 5:51 am | 5 comments

With his role on The Daily Show, his upcoming Comedy Central album, and a one-man stage act set to premiere, this Yale alumnus is poised to become the breakout comedy star of '06 By John Delery No thunderous explosion rattles the East Village of New York City at exactly...

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