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Since the announcement that JON STEWART would be retiring from THE DAILY SHOW in the near future, WWE Superstar Seth Rollins has been pretty vocal about who should become "the future" of the show. Of course, it's the same guy that he thinks is "the future of WWE," and that's Mr. Money in the Bank himself. Last night on MONDAY NIGHT RAW, Rollins threw out some harsh words for Stewart - positing the question of how he could do a show "with his jaw wired shut." In the meantime, Stewart (who once played host to the most rockin' talk show of the MTV era - complete with appearances by WHITE ZOMBIE, HELMET and SLAYER) asked the WWE Universe how he could make someone look more foolish than dressing like "a S.W.A.T. Team stripper with LADY GAGA's hair?" Well, 52-year-old Jon Stewart may have just taught Mr. Rollins a much-needed lesson in respect. Take a look...
Stand-Up Month finishes strong when David Spade returns to Comedy Central with the world premiere of his new one-hour stand-up special, “David Spade: My Fake Problems,” debuting on Sunday, May 4 at 10:00 p.m. For fans that can’t wait to catch Spade’s new material, the special is available now, one week ahead of the on-air premiere, on CC: Stand-Up Direct.
Tracy Morgan keeps Stand-Up Month going strong with the world premiere of his new one-hour stand-up special, “Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide,” debuting on Comedy Central on Sunday, April 20 at 10:00 p.m. For eager fans, a special extended edition of the special will be available for download on CC: Stand-Up Direct today, over a week before the on-air premiere.
Stand-Up Month rages on when Dave Attell returns to Comedy Central in a big way. Saturday, April 12 will see the uncensored premiere of Attell’s newest one-hour stand-up special, Dave Attell: Road Work at Midnight ET/PT, followed by the all-new uncensored stand-up series “Comedy Underground with Dave Attell” at 1:00 a.m. ET/PT.
Back in 2004, I saw Bill Cosby perform live at the grand reopening of the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan, Illinois. In the nearly-decade since, Cosby has returned to the area a few times, and as the title of his recent special shows, he's "Far From Finished." Now, the folks at Comedy Central have teamed up with The Rock Father for a special "For Grownups" giveaway, and we're going to get two (2) lucky readers hooked-up with copies on DVD, and two (2) additional readers outfitted with the new Blu-ray release! Check out the details and get those entries in below!
It's been more than 10 years since the release of DANE COOK's debut album, HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED. I still remember picking it up (still have my CD/DVD), and interestingly enough, just watched my review copy of Disney's PLANES today - a film in which he voices the lead character, Dusty Crophopper. From standup to family films, Cook has accomplished a ton in the past decade, and to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of that first record, Comedy Central will release a limited pressing of just 1,000 vinyl copies of HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED on November 26, complete with exclusive artwork.