The Clinton family has been at the center of conspiracy theories linking them to the suspicious death of Epstein in a Manhattan jail cell.
Appearing on ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,’ the Trump primary challenger said the House of Representatives should proceed with impeachment of the president based on an anonymous complaint.
‘Sticks & Stones’ takes an inward look at how Chappelle has affected the new landscape of comedy-bashing harpies as he takes specific comedic aim at those trying to stop him from being him.
What makes this incident ridiculous is that Sarah Silverman has apologized for the bit in question. But maybe that’s why it’s still causing her headaches.
David Spade’s new Comedy Central show ‘Lights Out’ is poised to evolve into a reliably comfortable space for talented comedians to freewheel.
If anyone should be defending good, edgy comedy—especially in times of hypersensitivity—it’s comedians and the one television network dedicated to promoting their work.
Here’s why it’s possible that Anthony Jeselnik’s latest special engages in some subtle trolling of his ex-girlfriend Amy Schumer.
Virtue signaling, sanctimonious lecturing, and temper tantrums are the foundations of a newly emerging TV genre in Trump’s America.
When are people going to demand that Comedy Central get rid of Trevor Noah and replace him with someone who’s actually funny?
As the PC culture has been slowly killing comedy, ‘South Park’ is a ray of hope.
It seems almost any attack on a conservative was fair game to Larry Wilmore. But even TV execs know late-night doesn’t need another liberal news hack.
‘You’re hurting America.’ Those are the words that killed late-night comedy and gave birth to advocacy-with-jokes.
‘We need to drum up some excitement for the campaign, do everything that we possibly can.’
Always be comic in a tragedy.
Daniel Tosh is an equal-opportunity comedian. Trevor Noah is not.
New ‘Daily Show’ host Noah Trevor moves a bit to the center.
Jon Stewart’s contribution to society so far has been by replacing intellectual activity with thoughtlessness.
Jon Stewart is the Donald Trump of the Left, only more foolish. At least we all know deep down that Trump doesn’t believe anything he says he believes.
More flak than funnyman, Jon Stewart was the President’s pet comic.
Comedian Amy Schumer’s recent sketch about birth control needs some help.
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