Jeff Ross will skewer the week's pop culture topics in-studio, and hit the streets to take aim at public enemies, such as meter maids, the paparazzi, and those who need to be taken down a ... See full summary »
Time to hassle the Hoff at the rudest, raunchiest television event of the year--The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff. From running in slo-mo on the beach to inspiring Germany with the power of cheesy pop--it's almost too easy.
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Nathan Fielder uses his business degree and life experiences to help real small businesses turn a profit. But because of his unorthodox approach, Nathan's genuine efforts to do good often draw real people into an experience far beyond what they signed up for.
Anthony Jeselnik, the supposed "Prince of Darkness," is as boldly arrogant as he is devilishly intelligent. Utilizing one-liners - greatly influenced by comedic greats Mitch Hedberg & Steven Wright - Jeselnik's offensive and scathingly dark sense of humor isn't for everyone. Something that he is aware of, Jeselnik himself - in his 2013 special, "Caligula" - proclaimed, "I assume you all knew who you were coming to see tonight. But if you didn't, you sure as sh*t know now." Anddd that was after rape joke number two. Really, the show is not for everyone, but if you do have a widespread sense of humor - or a pretty basic level of intelligence - it's hard not to only appreciate the jokes, but hold back your laughter as well. Many will label it as profane, unnecessary, unfunny, malicious, and even tasteless, but this is a brilliant new program that showcases the brightest - or darkest depending how you wanna call it - future of comedy.
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