TV Posts Tagged as 'Stand-Up'
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Sebastian Maniscalco: Why Would You Do That? (2016)
He pulls undiplomatic words out of our heads, crafts alibis for his hatred, knows how to wear pants and he's funny. 28-Sep-2018
90th Academy Awards (2018)
How can you criticize people who celebrated everything? 05-Mar-2018
Jay Pharoah: Can I Be Me? (2015)
Hell no. I don't like being served crayons and a coloring book menu with my comedy. 19-Dec-2017
Standups, The: Fortune Feimster (2017)
She brought adorability but forgot the sauce. We need it. 26-Nov-2017
Theo Vonn: No Offense (2016)
He charms, he deduces and he awkwardly made us laugh. He hits high notes when he's personal and a extreme low one when closing with stereotypes. You can skewer any group as it pertains to your personal experience but you can't exclaim their abolishment. It left my lover and myself stumped.
Vonn skated with it and dropped it and flattened everything before it.
No offense. 03-Nov-2017
Jo Koy: Live From Seattle (2017)
He skewers his own brutally. We forgive what we think of him because he discloses how he got that way and its funny. 06-Jun-2017
Chris Gethard: Career Suicide (2017)
Like most overthinkers, Gethard is intelligently revealing, achingly honest and touchingly funny about everything that makes our minds click and unravel. 12-May-2017
Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy (2014)
For such a broad personality, the comedy is pretty basic. He only made me laugh for a minute or two. I liked his Bette Davis but the daddy shtick overwhelms and exhausts. He spends most of the hour screeching about his kid whilst claiming to love him and since most of us don't partake of this lifestyle, we watch uncomfortably knowing the responsibility of raising any child is more than wearing an accessory and nothing to laugh at. 05-May-2017
Jim Norton: Mouthful of Shame (2017)
He opens the door to our perverted psyche, places it like a birthday cake with candles and as we are blowing them out he smashes it onto our faces until our choice is to laugh. Evil bastard. 19-Mar-2017
Brad Williams: Fun Size (2015)
Acerbic and self referential pocket. Guaranteed sizable laughs. 28-Jan-2017
Colin Quinn: The New York Story (2016)
Quinn takes advantage of a New York history lesson about immigrants to lightly skewer them, allow us to recognize and commemorate them thus bequeathing laughs. 25-Nov-2016
Joe Rogan "Triggered" (2016)
Observant, sly, authentic, enlightening, crazy, vociferous, hilarious, daddy squash motherfucker. What more can you ask? 25-Nov-2016
Carol Burnett Show, The (1967-1978)
Uninhibited talent. 21-Jul-2017