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Back from traveling the world, comedian Tom Rhodes takes to the stage of Colorado's Boulder Theater for this blistering hour-long performance.
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.
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: 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.
The Battery’s Down
Featuring musical numbers from Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning composers, The Battery's Down, reunites the cast of the popular YouTube series for the premiere of it's star's film, "Are You Joking?"
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.
Michael Ian Black: Very Famous
Michael Ian Black is very famous. Well, he’s not that famous, but he keeps telling the world he is. Filmed live in Philadelphia, Michael Ian Black’s sarcastic sense of humor comes to the stage in his latest comedy special.
Tom Papa: Live in New York City
With a shiny happy exterior, an offbeat, demented interior and direction from Rob Zombie, Tom Papa’s “Live In New York City” attacks our hilarious attempts at happiness as life piles up around us. He jokes about becoming a parent, family pets, and boundaries for technology.
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.
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.
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.
Jeff Garcia: Living the Dream
Famed Latino comedian and voiceover artist, Jeff Garcia, comes to you from San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino with his signature improv style. He comments on his family, unreliable cars, white people, marriage and his run-ins with the law.
Andy Kindler: I Wish I Was Bitter
With good natured rage, comedian and professional trouble maker Andy Kindler ridicules popular culture, show business, and himself in this intimate stand-up comedy performance.
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.
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.
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.
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.