Yeah, he's a juggler, but more importantly, he's got a good show. The juggling is just a McGuffin he hangs his comedy on. Stick with it; at three minutes in of this six minute clip, you will laugh out loud.
Live, from Atlantic City, Hackett tells a joke that I saw him deliver with much more embellishment and an F Bomb or two in Las Vegas many years ago.
Either way, this is a damned funny joke... stay with this short (2:34) clip.
Wednesday, Apr 5th 2017 (12:00am)
Foghorn Leghorn, shivering at the thought of another cold winter in his dilapidated roost, decides to court the well-to-do Miss Prissy, but Prissy won't marry him unless he can prove he'll be a good father to her son, a bespectacled egghead genius who, by scientific means, bests Foghorn in every game they play.
Circa 1954, RT 6:42.
Wednesday, Mar 15th 2017 (12:00am)
A comprehensive interview with the iconic comedian George Carlin. He recounts his early career from childhood dreams of becoming an actor like Danny Kaye all the way up to his 1960's transformation into a leading voice of the counterculture and then he details the evolution of his writing and finding his true voice on stage in the 1990's. For Carlin fans (if you're not what's wrong with you and why are you watching this?) the final ten minutes is remarkably touching as he chokes up discussing plans he was forming to star in a one man Broadway show which never came to be and then reflects over his successful career and how wonderfully fulfilling his life has been.
Monday, Feb 27th 2017 (12:00am)
HQ. Season 1, Episode 12, RT 10:34.
In his quest to build the evilest of all evil empires, Sparks invents a miraculous new drug. "Stimutacs" are billed as an "herbal dietary supplement", but their side effects are truly amazing... and highly addictive. Can Dr. Quinn foil this nefarious plot?
Thursday, Feb 16th 2017 (12:00am)
Samantha Bee shared a brief moment of "escapism" with Jon Stewart on last Monday's Full Frontal.
After an episode dedicated to denouncing Donald Trump's White House staff, Bee shared warm wishes of peace and comfort for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, and closed her show with a video of Jon Stewart. In the clip, the former Daily Show host-who slammed the now President-elect several times during the election-soothes his feelings with a coloring book, a surprisingly popular adult pastime.
Thursday, Nov 24th 2016 (12:46am)
Magician David Blaine hangs upside down for 60 hours. Triumph reprises his role on another one of the Conan O'Brien shows.
Performed and voiced by Robert Smigel (he of TV Funhouse and The Ambiguously Gay Duo fame).
Saturday, Oct 1st 2016 (12:01am)
HBO Special from 1987. RT 49:48. Enjoy
Along with being voted onto Comedy Central's All-Time Top 20 Stand-Up Comedians list and VH-1's Top Comedians list, Sam seemed to be in a whole other class by himself. This comedy special will blow away the Kinison fan, and will be a must-have collectible. "Sam was the cuddly anti-Christ..." - Robin Williams. "Sam scared the hell out of you...and was the funniest comedian..." - Jay Leno. "Sam took no prisoners..." - Richard Pryor. "Sam was an absolute comic genius..." - Rodney Dangerfield. "Sam's humor was based on truth and pushed the envelope like no other..." - Larry King. "Sam's voice was the voice of outrage..." - Tim Matheson. "Sam was one of our generation's greatest stand-up comics..." - Howard Stern. "Sam was one of my all time favorite comics..." - Johnny Carson. "Sam was outrageous, bright and absolutely screamed the truth..." - Tom Lykis
Thursday, Feb 4th 2016 (12:00am)
Here's a playlist of the entire album PARENTAL ADVISORY: EXPLICIT LYRICS by GEORGE CARLIN (c) 1990
Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics is the 13th album by American comedian George Carlin. The album is from his seventh HBO special Doin' It Again, with some segments omitted, and others rearranged. The opening to the HBO special features flashbacks to all previous HBO specials. The special opens with a scene in which Carlin is talking about his past specials to an unseen narrator, in the style of a patient speaking to a psychologist or counselor.
Friday, Jan 29th 2016 (12:00am)
A dark comedy portraying the disconnect of a modern-day family as they sit down for dinner. A short film written, directed, produced and edited by Spencer Muhlstock, starring Tony Award winner Christian Borle.
Sunday, Jan 24th 2016 (12:00am)
If you had a time machine that could take you one minute back, it would be like an instant "undo" button for your life. As soon as you recognize a mistake, you got get a do-over. Great, right?
The thing is, every minute is another opportunity to do or say the wrong thing. Thatís the whole idea behind this story from Devon Avery in One-Minute Time Machine, an official selection for the Sploid Short Film Festival. Contains NSFW language.
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