Life is really tough for Julie and Billy, two 30-something aspiring comics living and working in New York City. While their friends and acquaintances move on to find success and love, they ... See full summary »
The Ambiguously Gay Duo host this special edition of Saturday Night Live devoted to 24 installments of Saturday TV Funhouse. In between they slip backstage to find out as much as possible about their favorite cast member, Jimmy Fallon.
In this extended and uncensored stand-up special, Paul F. Tompkins takes us on a hilarious tour of his varied career. Relive his glory days as an employee at a Beta-only video store, a hot ... See full summary »
Marc Maron has been a comedian for 25 years. He's had his problems. He was an angry, drunk, self involved, twice divorced compulsive mess for most of his adult life, but with the popularity... See full summary »
I hate this show. In fact, the only reason I kept watching it was because Sean Astin was on the first episode I saw, and I thought he was a recurring panelist. Imagine my disappointment when I found out he wasn't.
I miss Michael Ian Black and Hal Sparks. If they were on the show, I'd have something to look forward to every week. I wonder if the producers thought they'd get higher ratings using the least funny and worst-looking panelist from the Holy Trinity of the "I Love The 80s" shows (Mo Rocca). And who told Rachael Harris and Kennedy that they were funny? I sure don't think so. This show is no more than C-list comedians going over the top in trying to make the show as funny as "I Love The 80s Strikes Back". Doesn't work. I give this show 0 out of 10 stars.
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