I’ve talked about Wendy Liebman here previously; she’s been making something of a comeback as of late, and I couldn’t be happier. Her ability to quickly tag a joke with a surprise twist has always been a favorite of mine, and I still break out her Pulp Comics special from time to time for a few laughs, as well as her more recent Showtime special “Taller on TV.” Continue reading
I previously posted on here about Wendy Liebman’s special, “Taller on TV,” which was released digitally awhile back. But YouTube had been a bit sparse of some of her older, classic material. Thankfully, time passes and more pops up. Continue reading
At the height of the trash talk show mania, one stood out for me even amongst the many others: The Richard Bey Show. Produced by WWOR in the New York area and syndicated nationally, I became aware of it as a teenager once my family moved to the tri-state area, and for awhile, like many, I was hooked. Continue reading
This routine is a classic. Larry Miller, a comedian whose name you may not know off the top of your head but certainly will look familiar from a career filled with movies, TV and stand-up comedy, has the quintessential take on drinking and the various permutations of nights that can pop up. Continue reading
A co-worker brought this to my attention recently, and I’m not quite sure what to make of it. It’s (seemingly) intentionally awful, holiday themed, and the artist himself changed his name to Froggy Fresh after a legal cease-and-desist from the famous doughnut brand.
In the spirit of the holidays, enjoy, laugh, and explore more from Froggy Fresh if you’re feeling ambitious.
Here’s a quickie for hump day (ha!): I tripped across this recently and, as a pun enjoyer, rather enjoyed his delivery. Newer videos of his show an evolution; although the jokes remain, he’s more lively and interactive than in this particular performance, although he remains entertaining. Enjoy!
Louie C.K. opened up a revolution in comedy specials: sell them directly to the consumer, letting the consumer directly benefit the performer. As part of the Required Viewing series, I’ll be sharing some of my favorites, starting with a performer who has long been due for a special: Wendy Liebman. Continue reading