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'Crank Yankers' Is Coming Back, But No One Answers Their Phone Anymore

The Comedy Central prank call show's stacked lineup includes Jimmy Kimmel, Kathy Griffin, Abbi Jacobson, and Tiffany Haddish. But who's picking up random phone calls in 2019?
Taylor Hosking
8.14.19
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Comedy Central's 'The New Negroes' Is Perfect for the Black TV Renaissance

The all-Black stand up show broadens perspectives on Blackness in layered ways.
Taylor Hosking
4.26.19
Op-Ed

'Broad City' Gave Us the Loser Women We Needed

Loserdom is a universal state of being, yet it’s traditionally been played by straight, white men, for whom failure has the lowest stakes.
Annie Fell
1.29.19
Culture

Pretend 'Nathan for You' Isn't Gone Forever with These Deleted Scenes

Nathan Fielder's ambitious business strategy of rebranding smoke detectors as musical instruments is even wilder than you thought.
Beckett Mufson
12.10.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

RIP 'Nathan for You'

Comedy Central says the show will not return, but maybe this is all just another elaborate hoax.
River Donaghey
10.17.18
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Hannibal Buress on Quitting Drinking to End the ‘Messy Shit’

Why the comedian is trying to do things differently.
Sarah Hagi
9.26.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch Comedian Jim Jefferies Finally Shut Up Jordan Peterson

Meanwhile, when not getting schooled by a comedian, the free speech crusader launched a defamation lawsuit against Wilfrid Laurier University and three of its employees.
VICE Staff
6.21.18
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The Most Revolting Moments from Jimmy Kimmel's 'The Man Show'

Before Jimmy Kimmel was hosting the Oscars, he hosted a show where he humped women on camera, made fun of their weight, and joked that Oprah had to do "a little more sock washing."
Steven Blum
3.2.18
Nathan For You

'Nathan for You' Is a Perfect Indictment of Late Capitalism

Nathan Fielder's Comedy Central masterpiece is perfect for our times.
K.T. Nelson
1.31.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Tiffany Haddish's Hilarious 'Drunk History' Schools Us on Art and Nazis

And features a surprise appearance from Tupac.
Anna Iovine
1.24.18
drunk history

Derek Waters Takes Us Inside the 'Drunk History' Christmas Special

Tis the season to get twisted.
Erik Abriss
11.24.17
comedy

Joel Kim Booster's Tough Journey from Closeted Gay Kid to 'Model Minority'

The writer and comedian's quick rise to success only came when he learned to parse the thorniest questions—like what it means to be gay, Asian and raised by Evangelicals.
Elyssa Goodman
10.20.17
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