I watched Bill Cosby receive multiple standing ovations at his first US comedy performance since more than a dozen women have accused him of drugging and raping them.
More and more of our comedy legends have been revealed to be monsters. Mike Nichols, however, wasn't—at least, I hope he wasn't. Because if he were, we'd have no heroes left.
The comedy legend's alleged bad behavior has been a gossip topic for decades.
In his new book, Benjamin Errett collects the sharpest people of all time in order to help people like me figure out how to seduce women. Or something.
We turned to the co-creator of the Upright Citizens Brigade to learn about yes-anding, premise improv, games, and status.
When you peep into a neighbor's window, the neighbor's window also peeps into you.
He thinks that the world needs to have more empathy for Bill Cosby, even in the face of the 13 rape allegations that have lately made him a target of criticism.
Why does everyone love "Too Many Cooks" so much? We asked the video's creator, Casper Kelly, who said it has something to do with making fun of the things we feel nostalgic for.
John Goodman's screwball comedy is pure fucking evil.
The comedian lashed out at the nameless, faceless hoard of politically correct scolds that chastised him for his racially insensitive tweets about a black ESPN host. Were his comments really worth fighting for?
Dapper Laughs won't be making the students of Cardiff "proper moist" for a while.
We sat down with Russell Brand to discuss his grand vision of revolution.
The future is a terrible place where all the humans are dead and robots, including Tamagotchis, are surviving by slurping our remains.
The creator of Community tells us about why he's such an open book on the internet and teases the documentary about his Harmontown podcast tour.
In Valentine Gallardo's modern comics, frightening nightmare parties, beauty, and fear swirl around in a big snow globe of great drawings.
Eschewing angst for happiness, the cheaply-made indie film is as funny and uplifting as a movie about being a total fuck-up can possibly be.
Larry Bear skips school and has a perfect day in this comic by award-winning comic book genius Leslie Stein.
John Swartzwelder's Pistol Pete holds up OK, both as an artifact and as a pilot that had potential—but we'll never know what the comedy world's most famous hermit would have done with the show.
Tibetan Buddhists have been performing sky burials for centuries, and it's one of the most economical—but also totally gory—funeral practices in the world.
Plenty of comics are daring and shocking for their time. But Joan Rivers never really had a time. Her compulsion to stay current, to stay young, was the most interesting thing about her.
In its second year, the event is already looking like a success, giving once-marginal comedians access to the national spotlight.
If there's a lesson to learn from Rivers' life in this age of basic bitches and thinkpieces, it's to fuck decorum and stay lowbrow.
Comedian Mike Burns is perhaps best known as the creator of @DadBoner on Twitter, the ongoing story of Karl Welzein, a divorced dad who loves Van Halen and muscle cars. DadBoner is about to get an animated series pilot for Comedy Central, so we talked to
We caught up with them to talk about their new show, their storytelling influences, the underlying terror that lies beneath the surface of the everyday, and... boys!