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.
Who are the 5 best black comedians on Comedy Central? Avid stand-up comedian fans can name the all-time black comedians off the top of their heads. Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby,…
When Suzanne Sena appears on the first episode of “Onion News Network” tomorrow evening, she’ll be playing a delicately-crafted caricature of herself.
It’s an age old question: What makes the better pet? Comedian Nick Kroll answers this and many other questions in his upcoming hour long Comedy Central special, airing January 29th.
It’s The Onion, so you know it’ll be funny. Also funny: ESPN’s 24-hour broadcast of Chris Berman’s jiggling neck fat.
If there are two things you can count on “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” for, it’s laughs and date rape defense tactics. This quick promo delivers both.
You see, the olives are meant to represent her boobs.
Good news everybody. Comedy Central may have found something to replace "Chappelle's Show" in its line-up. Or at least something to bookend their constant screenings of Waiting and Still Waiting.
That's right. Waiting, the film about Ryan Reynolds's flirty waiter, is becoming a half-hour long series. It's okay to groan "Party Down" fans. Your pain is felt. (Deadline)
Night of Too Many Stars
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Preview – Steve Carell and Chris Rock's Special Auction Items Pt. 2
Ugly Americans New Episodes
Nick Swardson's Pretend Time
Night of Too Many Stars
Who better to tell off your ex than the foul-mouthed master himself, Chris Rock? On tonight's "Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education," Chris Rock puts up for auction a moment of closure that's worth top dollar. Watch as Rock calls the highest bidder's ex-boyfriend and makes him wish he'd never cheated via Facebook. Or maybe be glad that he cheated considering he got cussed out by Chris Rock for it.
"Night of Too Many Stars airs tonight at 9PM/8c on Comedy Central.
A few months back I had the opportunity to visit the set of Nick Swardson's new Comedy Central show "Pretend Time." When I arrived, the comedian was a wearing a crimson red hat and veil, not unlike Lady Gaga. He also donned a police uniform, badge, and department issued handgun. Even though the shoot was taking place in cuckoo bananas Hollywood, something seemed amiss. Turns out Swardson was playing Lady Gaga's brother, Gary Gaga, just a guy trying to keep it real while keeping the streets safe.
After Swardson completed a standard traffic stop in front of confused passersby, I sat down with him to discuss his new sketch show, as well as some upcoming features. Luckily he had taken off the gaudy Gaga attire, so I could concentrate on the task at hand.
Weds 10:30pm / 9:30c
Preview – Psychiatric Evaluations
New Episodes Oct 6, 10:30pm/9:30c
Department of Integration Field Guide
Follow the Show on Twitter
In this clip from the Season 2 premiere of "Ugly Americans," Mark counsels Tim the two-headed work creature and gives psychiatric evaluations to the Department of Integration employees. I had no idea that the left heads of two headed worm creatures have been so persecuted throughout history, from separate drinking fountains to forced prostitution. It really is a right head world. It's the very reason I chopped the other head off years ago. I only have two now.
"Ugly Americans" premieres on Comedy Central tonight at 10:30/9:30c after an all new "South Park."
Does the crappy screen shot above look familiar? It should. It's Norm MacDonald hosting the 1998 ESPY awards for ESPN. His performance insulted so many athletes that he was never asked to return, but it's still one of the funniest, bravest performances you'll ever see.
Now, over ten years later, Norm is returning to the world of sports with his own sports-talk show on Comedy Central.
The show would be a satirical look at the sports world. On board with MacDonald is Daniel Kellison, a veteran TV producer whose credits include ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and “The Man Show,” according to person familiar with the project…
I know some people (like our friends at Warming Glow) are afraid Norm isn't a good fit as a talk show host. And I see their point. But if he can manage to create a show that's half as funny as the following clip, it will still be hilarious. (Show Tracker)
Watch norm insult everyone at the 1998 ESPY Awards after the jump…