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Watch 11 videos from Saturday Night Live’s season premiere with Alec Baldwin

Watch 11 videos from Saturday Night Live’s season premiere with Alec Baldwin

By | September 25, 2011 at 10:22 am | 3 comments

Last night, Saturday Night Live kicked off its new season with a quality show, overall. If you missed it, fear not. Here’s almost all of the goodies, minus the Radiohead performances, because honestly, I don't give a shit about them. Enjoy. Clocking in at just over 11...

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Adam Newman: “Not For Horses” (Review)

Adam Newman: “Not For Horses” (Review)

By | July 25, 2011 at 11:56 am | 3 comments

Adam Newman’s debut album Not for Horses (Rooftop Comedy Productions) is a diverse collection of observations from the mind of an intelligent, young comedian. Need proof? Newman spans everything from embarrassing public exploits while dog-sitting, the obvious lack of...

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Dave Waite: “Kaboom” (Review)

Dave Waite: “Kaboom” (Review)

By | July 19, 2011 at 1:15 pm | 2 comments

About halfway through Kaboom (available July 19), comedian Dave Waite pointedly declares, “I need a hobby.” Virtually obsessed with “ladies,” “titty bars” and all things porn, the Cincinnati native’s 41-and-a-half minute debut album covers a variety of topics,...

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Christopher Titus: Neverlution

By | June 23, 2011 at 2:01 pm | No comments

All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…auditioning for another sequel to Jackass: Yup, that about summarizes the thesis of Neverlution, Christopher Titus’ latest riotous eruption from Comedy Central Records (available on June 28). The companion...

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David Huntsberger: Humanitis

By | May 25, 2011 at 1:46 pm | No comments

The best comedy albums usually offer us equal parts “holy shit” moments of recognition, “oh my fuck” moments -- where the comic plants an image in your head you never, ever wanted to see -- and of course, huge laughs. David Huntsberger’s well written and structurally...

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Review: David Huntsberger’s “Humanitis”

By | May 25, 2011 at 1:25 pm | No comments

The best comedy albums usually offer us equal parts “holy shit” moments of recognition, “oh my fuck” moments -- where the comic plants an image in your head you never, ever wanted to see -- and of course, huge laughs. David Huntsberger’s well written and structurally...

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Featured review: Daniel Tosh– "Happy Thoughts"

By | March 3, 2011 at 12:16 pm | 103 comments

Like Jim Norton and Patrice O’Neal, Sarah Silverman and Lisa Lampanelli, Daniel Tosh clearly belongs to Comics Without Borders, a cadre of comedians that fearlessly (some scolds may say tastelessly) crosses boundaries to deliver jokes to those in need…of convulsive...

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Lee Camp: Chaos For The Weary

By | February 23, 2011 at 11:40 pm | No comments

As perceptive and profane and profound as Lee Camp can be, he really does not represent a generation of new comic as much as the regeneration of an old one: George Carlin. Lucky him! Lucky us! His antic and intensely interesting new CD from Stand Up! Records, Chaos for the...

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