Like comedy? Enjoy coffee? Then check out Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which premieres is sixth season today. The Jerry Seinfeld-helmed web series is exactly what it sounds like. Read on to see who’ll appear in season six, and whether we can expect a Seinfeld reunion of sorts.
Mr. Louis CK has released a new album of comedic stylings for the rest of the world to enjoy. If you’ve ever wondered what Louis would look like simulating bringing a (female) rat to orgasm, wonder no more.
Notaro’s first special since 2012’s legendary post-cancer Live will tape sometime next year. She’s also shopping around for a city and venue, which means you can hit her up with suggestions over there on the Facebook.
Louis CK is selling tickets like they’re hotcakes at an anti-waffle convention: the things are goin’ fast, yall. So fast that he’s adding new shows–adding them like a math prodigy calculating Pi. For ticket seekers, though, there’s one small catch…
Gage, the six-month-old who made #ChristmasSheep an overnight sensation on Twitter, has been reunited with his owner in Omaha. The little guy slipped a fence and made it for the hills. Read all about what his grateful owner had to say, and check out a couple pictures of the little bugger.
Who you gonna call? I mean, really? Are you gonna call Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum for your comedy? Would you go to France and order a bean burrito? Wait; that would make those two French. This metaphor is falling apart. Just like the car in Ghostbusters. Read on!
Comedian Andy Kaufman officially died in 1984 of lung cancer, but because he’d had such a crazy career full of hoaxes and mindplay, some people didn’t believe that he actually died. He would be 64 today if he was still alive, and now his brother says that he actually is still alive. Is this just another Andy Kaufman joke from beyond the grave?