The comedian reflects on his boozy run-in with law enforcement and why he quit drinking in this coincidentally timely (and free) comedy special on YouTube.
The comedian told VICE about why going to Manila for 'In His Elements' was "a dream come true."
"...By signing this agreement, you are agreeing not to discuss any details of the show you are about to watch or your experiences at this event, period."
"It’s almost like there’s a mutated McCarthy era, where any comic better watch anything they say."
The comedian doubles down on misogyny and transphobia in both the special and the hidden bonus scene that follows.
As I started to make more money off of stand-up comedy, I had to find a new way to blow off steam.
There's a formula to mounting a comeback as a disgraced comedian.
In 'Kevin Hart: Irresponsible,' he jokes about his screwups and how hard it is to apologize, giving a world of context for his Oscars debacle.
Why telling jokes with no pants is your biggest fear and my favourite gig.
They held up signs at the entrance to the venue and asked people to walk out.
On his new Netflix special, Sandler does something comedians his age struggle with: He caters to the short attention span of the internet age.
From vintage Richard Pryor to recent John Mulaney, these stand-up comedy specials are the perfect antidotes for troubling times.