Some critics are claiming that the recent spate of ISIS-mockery in the West and Arab world may not only be insulting to those whose lives ISIS has upended, but may actually help the group.
Andre also gets into how insulting it is that his scooter is sometimes seen as a toy.
Four years ago, the Inside Amy Schumer star was someone Seth McFarlane could semi-convincingly say was unknown. Not any more.
Andre tells comedian Arthur Simeon about the time he got high at a party for the first time and magically transformed into The Chip Fairy.
"There's something about horror stories, where it's funny to hear these terrible, horrific fucking things happening. It's good, it's... got this cracking feeling to it, where it's safe, it's fiction."
If you don't have enough money, frequently feel cheated by the world, and drink too much, it could be the dark Channel 4 comedy for you.
Both are rooted in blaming the victim.
I have no filter and I know few boundaries. I am a Sex Person. Recognize.
The irreverent, possibly genius show features necrophilia, the Holocaust, 9/11, Kony 2012, kidnapping, pedophilia, suicide, mariticide, masturbation, infidelity committed with ghosts, and all things Debra.
In the premiere of his new Comedy Central show Why?, America's most laid-back comedian dips into try-hard sketch comedy.
In their fifth season, the duo deploy their brand of incisive, racially deft comedy with anger translators, trigger-happy cops, and a magical land called "Negrotown" where "you can wear your hoodie and not get shot."
In this new, original series we hang out with disability advocate and comedian Andre Arruda as he talks about the way people treat him, how he copes with assholes, and where he finds the humor in life's various obstacles.
The Appropriate Behavior director thinks being bisexual is like having a superpower, and she's using hers to make astute comedy about the difference between the sexes.
Stephen Colbert commandeered two nice Michigan ladies' public television show because his own studio space wasn't ready yet.
A dreadlocked Jew from Brooklyn walks into the Christian Comedy Association's annual conference to tell a few jokes...
You're never totally sure if you're laughing with or at Mr. Pregnant, and that's why he's totally brilliant.
The UK hasn't done enough to stop unfunny bullshit like this at the source.
If you think funny folk have it rough today, consider that comedians in the mid 1900s were jailed, fined, sued, and harassed for the offensive things they said during performances.
It's a dramatic thriller called A Deadly Adoption.
"I know it seems impossible right now, but you will lose your virginity. Eventually. I promise."
The veteran UCB performer brings his brand of off-kilter comedy and public-access-honed disruption to Fusion.
While it's hard to imagine a buttoned-up CEO playing classic improv games, improvisational workshops are becoming fashionable in corporate America.
I'd rather watch a pigeon pooping into a dude's mouth for seven seconds than an episode of The Office.
Beyond the film's jokey acting and satire-worthy conceit are nuanced meditations on time, the environment, and politics.