Danny Brown's New Celebrity Talk Show Is Weird Enough to Be Funny
'Danny's House' on VICELAND takes its cues from the anything-goes wildness of Pee-wee Herman and 'Wayne's World' to reveal his talent as a comedy host.
A Definitely Not at All Biased History of ItsTheReal by the ItsTheReal Guys
On the release of the hip-hop sketch comedy duo's debut album 'Teddy Bear Fresh,' they tell their story.
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Trump Is Reportedly Pissed That a Woman Played Sean Spicer on 'SNL'
If that's the case, he's really going to hate it if Rosie O'Donnell winds up playing Steve Bannon.
Meet the Sketch Comedian Who Got Famous Smoking Salvia on YouTube
After his appearance on the latest episode of 'Hamilton's Pharmacoepia,' Erik Hoffstad tells us about how he came to fame for smoking 'Salvia' on YouTube.
Paul Rust Took a Dump Onstage and I Was There to See It
The co-creator and star of the Judd Apatow–produced Netflix series Love really went there.
‘Key & Peele's' Production Designer on the Importance of Authenticity
Gary Kordan describes the “the chaos that comes with being a production designer.”
How 'The State' Made Comedy Weirder and Better
'The State' was a short-lived, cult TV show in the 90s that laid the groundwork for nearly 30 years of comedy gold from a crew of 11 comedians, known today for 'Reno 911!' and 'Wet Hot American Summer.'
The Comedy of Awkward Uber Rides According to the ':DRYVRS' Creator
Watch episode two of the viral comedy, and learn about the future of the show inside.
H. Jon Benjamin Voices His Thoughts on Funny Voices in 2015
The voice behind the titular characters on Archer and Bob's Burgers talked to VICE about some of his favorite stuff from 2015, as well as what he thinks the funniest thing he did this year was.
The Long Love Affair Between 'Saturday Night Live' and Politics
From Giuliani's post-9/11 appearance to McCain's non-use of sex puns, 'SNL' and politics go hand in hand.
'Three Busy Debras' Is a Play About Psychopaths with an Interest in Incest and Brunch
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.
Key and Peele Are Our Comedic Anger Translators
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."