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You're probably not prepared to see Eric Andre live. But you could be with one of 11 prize packs.Read More
A new album from Maria Bamford is always something to look forward to, even if much of the material is from her self-released "the special special special!" last year. The difference here: you get to hear the material performed for a bigger crowd than her parents and you get Maria's two half-hour Comedy Central Presents specials on disk two. Where is your "God" now? Amazon and iTunes, presumably.
Tig Notaro's Live is going from a digital good to a physical good. Because it's that good. In fact, it's better. The Live CD will have an extra disc featuring Tig's performance at a Moth story slam. Live will also have a picture disc LP release limited to 500 for all you collectors out there. They're all available July 16th via Secretly Canadian. (HT: AV Club)
The star of the landmark self-titled variety show joins the select ranks. But who picks? And what's the criteria? And, at least to me, do we need this award anyway? Read More
You won't ever get more than 20 minutes of Kyle Kinane's comedic travelogue, so don't get too attached. Read More
All the night's events, including the right/wrong ratio for my real ballot. Read More
Bob and David fans will have more reason to hate Hollywood when Grand Central Publishing releases the book Hollywood Said No, a collection of ideas, pitches and scripts from Bob Odenkirk and David Cross that never made it past the suits. All will be fleshed out with stories that give a look into their comedic minds and why each project went awry. No publication date as of yet. (via Ben Greenberg, the book’s editor)
Some will remember him as controversial, but his legacy is how he made stand-up conversational. Read More
A&E's stand-up showcase features some awkward 80s packaging of stand-up. Read More