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All the night's events, including the right/wrong ratio for my real ballot. Read Full Post
Fans awaiting a new project from Bob Odenkirk and David Cross just got it. It's about why they never saw a new project from them. Read Full Post
Some will remember him as controversial, but his legacy is how he made stand-up conversational. Read Full Post
A&E's stand-up showcase features some awkward 80s packaging of stand-up. Read Full Post
Louis C.K. 2012 Tour Dates Announced - Louis C.K. just announced his 2012 tour dates. Tickets are only $45 and they can't be resold anywhere. And they're only available on his website. You should really go get yours now at louisck.net. (Don't be surprised if you gotta refresh a couple of times.)
Just For Laugh’s 30th Anniversary Line-Up Announced. - Lots of folks will be heading to Montreal in late July. Including Kevin Hart, Aziz Ansari, Bill Hader, Bob Saget, John Pinette, Lewis Black, Jim Gaffigan, Patton Oswalt, Mario Cantone, JB Smoove, Jeff Garlin, Jim Jefferies, Jimmy Carr, Mike Birbiglia and Tommy Tiernan. Chelsea Handler will be receiving the Comedy Person of the Year award and Hannibal Buress will be named Rising Comedy Star for 2012. And the Muppets will be celebrated with their own gala. Tickets go on sale for all events May 11th. More to come at the Just For Laughs website.
San Francisco Sketchfest Lineup Released - And holy shit, I live in New York and I'm jealous. Tributes to Eddie Izzard and The Upright Citizens Brigade. A live radio play version of the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer. Reggidency: A 4-part series featuring Reggie Watts. Adult Swim's Delocated Witness Protection Program Variety Show. Plus tapings of podcasts like Doug Loves Movies, WTF with Marc Maron, Never Not Funny, and The Nerdist. And those were just the highlights I gleamed from a quick glance. A Special Thing's got an exclusive run down of all the events. Tickets go on sale Sunday, December 11th at 10 AM.
WTF, Maron’s “Normal” - Much respected and highly neurotic stand-up Marc Maron will pen a book of comedy essays entitled "Attempting Normal" for Spiegel and Grau, which previously published Artie Lange's "Too Fat to Fish." More details and pained elation to come on Maron's WTF Podcast, to be sure.