If Chris Rock can be president, so can he.
Yes, “Jew” is one of the classes in the game.
When considering a network that honestly thought it was a good idea to give David Spade his own show (anyone actually remember “The Showbiz Show with David Spade?”) it isn’t…
The regular ‘Opie and Anthony’ guest was 41.
This could be the commercially accessible “edginess” NBC needs to turn things around. Just kidding.
I heard in two years they were thinking about doing an Elian Gonzalez episode. Is nothing sacred with these guys?
If you are a fan of stand-up comedy, it might be interest you to learn about the Greg Giraldo death. Greg Giraldo was a New York City stand-up comic who…
While the network features a number of funny shows such as “South Park” and “Futurama,” Comedy Central's commedians remain at the center of much of the programming. Whether these comedians…
Comedy Central roasts are the stuff of television insanity as friends and guests take turns speaking or trashing the honoree of the event to everyone's delight. The zingers ru faster than…
It’s a good thing he can’t feel any pain.
Jon Stewart quotes are frequently peppered with politically hilarious, ironic, irreligious, sarcastic statements in which many times, there is to be found a grain of truth. Although, very politically incorrect,…
"Tosh.0" episodes are funny and subtly brilliant. Daniel Tosh hosts this show that explores funny videos on the internet. With each episode of "Tosh.0", Daniel Tosh takes no prisoners for…
Comedy Central loves paying this guy.
In 1997, Trey Parker and Matt Stone changed the face of animation with a crudely drawn show on Comedy Central and years later, fans around the world all debate the…
Hi-de-ho from San Diego!
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have signed on for two more seasons.
Charlie Sheen is going to look ridiculous on national television.
Comedy nerds everywhere are fist-pumping ironically at the news.
Looking for information on the "Reno 911" cast? "Reno 911" is a television series that appeared on Comedy Central from 2003 through 2009. The show was created by Robert Ben…
He’s going to go medieval on your funny bone.
Five out of five Dr. Zoidbergs agree.
The pilot, “Black Jack,” concerns a retired special ops agent, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Jack Black.
So as long as they’re roasting anyone, friend or foe, here are nine celebrities that deserve to be roasted.
Paul F. Tompkins as a wisecracking villain? This stuff writes itself.
Norm MacDonald is going back behind the desk for a comedic half hour take on the world of sports in Comedy Central’s “The Sports Show With Norm MacDonald.”
National productivity: your days are numbered.
According to Katie Segal (Leela), Comedy Central is funding the continued adventures of Fry, Leela, Bender and Earth’s most unqualified crab-man doctor for another season.