Stand-up comic Ari Shaffir discusses inappropriate subjects like taking shrooms while camping, unusual new racial stereotypes, morning blowjobs, oddities of some of the ten commandments, and his profound hatred towards TSA.
Filmed at the historic 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia, Kyle Kinane’s new special delivers wonderfully grim anecdotes filtered through his own optimistic lens. In “I Liked His Old Stuff Better” Kinane chooses to marvel rather than rue such experiences as falling in the shower and receiving pickled eggs as a token of love. It is his second special for Comedy Central.
In Matt Braunger’s stand-up special, he reveals why single men are so creepy, describes the drunken antics he observed as a bartender and details a surprisingly stressful Bingo victory.
The comic discusses booze, chicks and diarrhea.
Jeff Ross performs stand-up and roasts prisoners at Brazos County Jail in Texas.
Bridget Everett: Gynecological Wonder, the hourlong special was filmed at Joe’s Pub in New York and is executive produced by Ben Stiller’s company Red Hour. In the special, Everett “belts out beautiful songs that will make you laugh, cry and sometimes even cringe, in this fast paced, high octane rollercoaster comedy ride.
Filmed at the historic Bimbo's 365 Club in San Francisco, Natasha elegantly examines the many reasons why having kids is problematic, the absurdities of Burning Man, Mormons, Hipsters and more. From conservative Republicans to her very own diamond pussy, Natasha's special proves that no one and nothing is off limits. Even J-Lo.
Paul F. Tompkins reveals why he’s so surprised that he got married, ponders the kindness of strangers and describes a very strange trip to a private club for magicians.