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WASHINGTON, May 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Redacted Tonight, hosted by comedian Lee Camp, gives the news bulletins of the week a political satire treatment.
LOS ANGELES, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Executive Producer Andrew Solt, whose company SOFA Entertainment acquired The Ed Sullivan Show library over 20 years ago, announced today that ED SULLIVAN'S COMEDY LEGENDS will premiere on PBS stations August 6th.
Comedian Bill Cosby has been named the next recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the Kennedy Center announced Wednesday. The 71-year-old performer is perhaps best-known for The Cosby Show, his classic 1980s sit-com about a close-knit, upper-middle-class black family living in Brooklyn, N.Y.
SANTA ROSA, Calif., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Dubbed by The New York Times as the "Loveable Queen of Mean," Lisa Lampanelli has captured the hearts of fans with her no-holds-barred, insult comedy style.
By Susan Wloszczyna WASHINGTON -- How does one best celebrate George Carlin, the world-class funnyman who never stopped being relevant and whose influence can be felt in the observational humor of Jerry Seinfeld, the political putdowns of Bill Maher and the barrier-breaking raunch of Judd Apatow? Tears? A few.
George Carlin gave us a place for our stuff, the seven words you can't say on television and such inquisitive insights as "When cheese gets its picture taken, what does it say?"
A couple of weeks ago my wife, daughter and I met up for some appetizers and desserts at a local restaurant. It was a Friday night, and the restaurant was understandably busy. For the most part, we had a nice and relaxing evening together.
By David Inman Question: I'm watching "Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End," and my 12-year-old daughter says the little girl on the show, Cassie, looks like Emily Osment of "Hannah Montana." Could this truly be her? If not, what is the little girl's name and has she appeared in any other shows? Answer: Your daughter knows her "Hannah Montana" co-stars.
Just months before he died, George Carlin was looking into the face of death - and making it the butt of his jokes. "You know what I've been doing? Going through my address book and crossing out the dead people.
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.