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Brother Sam: A Tribute to Sam Kinison
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A compilation of the best comedy performances of the late and great Sam Kinison. Includes an introduction by Rodney Dangerfield and Sam's brother Bill Kinison, and captures some of Sam's funniest routines! Get ready for a hell of a lot of screaming!
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Tim Allen: Men Are Pigs
In this special from 1990, Tim Allen proves men are pigs as he discusses family and the differences between women and men. In "Men are Pigs" , you see the groundwork for his successful show, "Home Improvement".
Bob Saget: That’s What I’m Talkin’ About
Network-safe funnyman Bob Saget transforms himself into a spectacularly foul-mouthed explainer and raconteur in this live stage show from Seattle.
Jimmy Dore: Sentenced to Live
Comedian and author, Jimmy Dore has been Sentenced To Live. His outrageous political humor promises to make you think, while you laugh. From the President, to the media, to his dog - he covers it all. Filmed live in Los Angeles, CA.
Decline of the American Empire: Comedy Special
Hosted by John Oliver, The Decline of the American Empire offers a unique perspective on the sorry state of the Union. Featuring Colin Quinn & more.
Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly
With his unique sense of humor, profound dry wit, and likeable demeanor, Kevin Nealon brings his jazzy cool style to “Whelmed… But Not Overly.” He's like a big kid as he delights in stories of messing with celebrities and embarrassing moments.
Jeff Garcia: Low Budget Madness
Shot live at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino in Highland, CA, Jeff Garcia's Low Budget Madness is packed with hilarious sketches that will leave you in stitches and remind you why audiences all over the world can't get a enough of Jeff Garcia!
Gary Gulman: In This Economy?
In this stand-up special, money is a wellspring for the comedy of funnyman Gary Gulman, who aims darts at the überwealthy -- including Donald Trump.
Chris Porter: Ugly & Angry
Last Coming Standing alum, Chris Porter, gives his look on drugs, growing old, women’s fashion, and his love for Taco Bell.
Tim Allen: ReWires America
Tim Allen grunts, he burps, he soups up his lawnmower and he's damn proud of it! Filled with family bits as well as the stuff we've come to love him for: tools, engine and cars. In this 1991 special, we see the Tim Allen we grew to love.
Brian Gaar: Jokes I Wrote at Work
In his first hour-long comedy special, Twitter sensation Brian Gaar tackles everything from the challenges of fatherhood to trying to keep his gamer cred in his 30s. Filmed live at the Spider House Ballroom in Austin, Texas.
Todd Glass Talks About Stuff
In this caustic comedy special, veteran stand-up quipster Todd Glass makes audiences howl with his take on some of society's unspoken "rules," from complimenting kids to giving directions.
The All-Star Show: Comedy Special
All-Star stand-up performances from the Just For Laughs festival. Featuring Harland Williams, Jeffrey Ross, John Pinette, & more.
Tom Rhodes: Light, Sweet, Crude
Back from traveling the world, comedian Tom Rhodes takes to the stage of Colorado's Boulder Theater for this blistering hour-long performance.
Joan Rivers: Comedy Special
Joan Rivers, the ageless queen of comedy, presents an evening of laughter with a line-up of the best comedians working today. Featuring Tom Papa & more.
Nick DiPaolo: Raw Nerve
Stand-up comedian Nick DiPaolo unleashes his caustic wit on a willing crowd at Connecticut's Foxwoods Resort Casino, putting to work the same razor-sharp sense of humor that kills 'em on Comedy Central's celebrity roasts.
Bill Hicks: One Night Stand
It’s a wild night in 1989 of raucous fun as Bill Hicks shows us his unique view on smoking cigarettes, smoking pot, drinking, sex, advertising, and music.
Can't Stop Laughing
Irwin Barker, one of Canadas top comedians and comedy writers was diagnosed with cancer and given one year to live. A year later, still alive and kicking, Irwin celebrates life and laughter, bringing together some of his closest friends, including Mark Critch, Shaun Majumder, Bruce Clark, Peter Kelamis and Sam Easton for a night of stand-up comedy that will go down as one of the funniest on record.
Pablo Francisco: Bits And Pieces
Filmed in the O.C., the show features explosive material that tears apart everything from love songs and psycho chicks to Viagra and American Justice. With his uncanny talent and off-the-wall sound effects, Pablo keeps the laughs coming.