Stand up comedian Louis CK with Slovak subtitles.
(c) 2010 RT 1:23:39
In this unique and dynamic live concert experience, Louis C.K.'s exploration of life after 40 destroys politically correct images of modern life with thoughts we have all had... but would rarely admit to.
Saturday, Apr 26th 2014 (12:03am)
50 years after "Jeopardy!" debuted, "Saturday Night Live" came up with a new way to parody the iconic game show (and this one doesn't involve Will Ferrell in a fake mustache).
"Black Jeopardy!" is hosted by Darnell Hayes or "Alex Treblack" (Kenan Thompson) and features categories such as "It's Been A Minute," "White People," and "Psssh." Let's just say it's not exactly what African Studies professor Mark (Louis C.K.) had in mind when he signed up.
Sunday, Mar 30th 2014 (11:10am)
And a dark comedy at that.
Jason Headley parodies the Dan Savage "It Gets Better" campaign by turning it around. High school is a horrible experience for most kids, and they can't wait to go elsewhere and do better things. So they do. I mean really, how can we be so cruel as to throw all our hormonal offspring together with others just like them for years at a time? Then there are those who were at the top of their game in high school, and expected everything to stay the same afterward. Life is not so kind to the Regina Georges and the Al Bundys who look back at high school as the best years of their lives.
Monday, Feb 24th 2014 (12:01am) | Thanks: Daily of the Day
Science is a very serious business, so what tickles a rational mind? In a not very scientific experiment, we asked a sample of great minds for their favorite jokes.
This is not from the episode that aired on TV, as the lyrics are pretty explicit. Buy your own copy, if you like.
The brilliance of this duet is that Kenny (the little kid with the hood tied tightly to his head and nobody can quite understand) and Mister Hankey the Christmas Poo sing without actually uttering a foul word. Still intelligible, so pretty NSFW.
Monday, Dec 23rd 2013 (1:07pm)
Before there was the Playhouse, there was this hour-long HBO special with Paul Reubens as Pee-Wee, Phil Hartman as Captain Carl, and John Paragon as Jambi. Stick around thru the credits for Paragon's loungetastic closing theme.
Tuesday, Dec 17th 2013 (12:01am)
BOSTON— According to sources at the Boston Sports Club on Newbury Street, a personal trainer at the exercise facility is currently forcing a local man to put on an embarrassing acrobatic spectacle for the entire gym.
Friday, Nov 1st 2013 (3:22pm)
Are you a vampire?
Nothing! Player's off!
Incredibles, The (2004)
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