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Totally Bill Hicks
This special consists of two parts: “It's Just A Ride”, a documentary about Hicks' life which features interviews from friends, admirers, and family; “Revelations”, a recording of his last live performance in the United Kingdom.
Morgan Murphy: Irish Goodbye
Morgan Murphy brings dry and self-deprecating wit to the stage for this hilarious, gin-soaked special. Murphy's first target is always herself, but won't hesitate to bring down everyone from Planned Parenthood to teenage sexters.
Whitney Cummings: Money Shot
Comedy Central roast veteran Whitney Cummings gets the stage to herself in this debut special, which finds the young comedian riffing on a wide range of topics, chiefly the differences between men and women and how both behave in relationships.
Mickey Cucchiella: Short Stories
Short in stature, big on laughs comedian Mickey Cucchiella hits the stage with his raucous and raunchy special, Short Stories. He's got a lot to rant about and Mickey ain't afraid to spout his controversial views on race, sex, and terrorist line-dancers!
Are You Joking?
Twenty-something New Yorker Barb Schwartz somehow ended up in a life that kinda... sucks. When she is reunited with her childhood BFF, ballet dancer Billy, she is inspired to turn her life around by revisiting her first love: comedy.
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.
Jim Norton: Please Be Offended
Caustic comedian Norton goes after jaw-dropping laughs not intended for the faint of heart. Among his targets - people who are part of the national hypersensitivity epidemic. Norton's got a message for those people, and it's in the title.
Brian Posehn: The Fartist
Quirky comedian and actor Brian Posehn shares his stories of trying to be a better person in this stand-up set filmed live at Seattle's Neptune Theater.
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.
Gary Gulman: Boyish Man
Last Comic Standing alum, Gary Gulman, delivers with his clever wit and handsome boyish charm. Boyish Man features Hanukkah vs. Christmas, all kinds of cookies (and crackers) dating, sex… and everything in between.
Dana Gould: I Know It’s Wrong
Dana Gould takes on the absurdities of modern life through a pop-culture obsessed lens. Unapologetic and off-the-wall funny, there's no middle ground in this comedy special filmed at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA.
Chad Daniels: As Is
Recorded live at the Acme Comedy Co. in Minneapolis Chad Daniels tackles such topics as airline travel, his kids and puberty. Uncut & uncensored!
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.
Indian Comedy Tour
A hilarious night of comedy with five of the funniest Indian stand-up comedians! Blowing aside political correctness, these talented Indian comics break down stereotypes as they cover politics, racism, dating, childhood and pop-culture.
Moshe Kasher: Live in Oakland
Back on his home turf Oakland-bred comic and best-selling author, Moshe Kasher, finds comedy in uproarious stories about the people he's met and how they see him.
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.
Elon Gold: Chosen & Taken
Elon Gold unleashes his sharp, biting humor in his comedy special Chosen & Taken. His manic wit transcends race and religion to celebrate the absurd things people do.
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.