Continuing with the organic chicken theme, Jimmy O. has a great perspective on his organic chickens.
For my 100th (technically 101st) post, one of the comic’s I haven’t posted about yet is Mike Birbiglia. He’s not only a great comedy writer, but also has a knack for acting and filmmaking. If you’re looking for a brutally honest, yet funny movie, I highly recommend his 2012 movie “Sleepwalk with Me”; which is an intimate look into a young comic doing anything he can to make it big.
This whole clip is great, but my favorite joke I’ve heard in a while starts at the 3:30 mark.
Kevin Farley grew up in the shadows of Chris Farley, but has always been just as funny (remember the parody boy band 2Gether?). Anyways, I’m in Vegas now, so this was fitting.
Bill Dawes has been around the comedy circuit for a while, with a few specials, all I highly recommend. Below is some of his new material on how Cosmopolitan’s men advice is absolutely ridiculous.
Louis CK needs no introduction. But this is a solid bit that you knew he threw together last minute for Letterman, but still pulls it off beautifully.
Some up and coming comedians (Dan Levy) and some old-timers Greg Fitzsimmons. Greg is one of those guys you see on weird shows like VH1’s “Top 10 Weirdest Music Videos of the 80’s”. Anyways, both recently has some great bits and tips about porn and marriage. Which pretty much go hand in hand.
Mark Schiff is one of the old-timers of stand up comedy. Making a name for himself through the 70’s and 80’s, but still pops up once in a while to do shows, often being regarded as a legend. Here are two of his bits that I love, and to be honest, he’s repeated for quite some time, but they never get old.
Few people know that Jim Carrey made a name for himself in stand-up before hitting the big screen. Here’s one of his earlier bits that’s my favorite by him. Then followed by the legend, George Carlin, who has a brilliant bit about how similar we all are to each other.
Reno Collier was on the “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” and was a very underrated opener. He doesn’t have much on YouTube, but I recommend catching some more of his clips here.
Doug Benson is one of the only stoner-comics I can stand. He doesn’t have many bits on YouTube, but here’s an audio of some of my favorite bits by him.