After being murdered moments into his first episode, comedian Brett Davis' roster of twisted characters guest host their own "special" each week, with celebrity guests, live music and comedians from NYC's underground comedy scene.
This parody series is an unearthed 80s horror/drama, complete with poor production values, awful dialogue and hilarious violence. The series is set in a Hospital in Romford, which is situated over the gates of Hell.
In the world premiere of his Comedy Central one-hour stand-up special, "Beta Male," Kumail Nanjiani ("John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show," "Portlandia," "Franklin & Bash") tells you about all the things that terrify him completely.
This DVD is a recording of the show Patton Oswalt performed in Athens, Georgia. It's a version of his Werewolves and Lollipops show, second solo album (also available on CD), and he ranges ... See full summary »
Bigger and Blackerer was taped during two shows, back-to-back on the same evening at Boston's Wilbur Theatre. Only by watching this video will you learn of Cross unique relationship with ... See full summary »
There are a lot of TV shows out there. Plenty of them are great, many of them are terrible but none of them are what TCGS is. TCGS is a movement. It's a place where people who are cast aside in this current "Nerd" fad. We call ourselves losers. We don't mean it in a divisive or insulting way. We are a community as one review has said. I've never heard of a show that is as close net with it's fans as TCGS is. This is the only show I've ever heard of that I know the audience coordinators are. I love this show for so many reasons. This is the anti-talk show. It is the jolt of positivity that television needs. It's an earnest and real show. Plus it has a man in a banana suit who likes to party, a human fish, a guy who is on vacation all the time, a guy who masturbates beasts, and a guy who likes cream but not to much cream.
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