See what our insensitive host Anthony Jeselnik had going on during this week’s episode.
It is the star of Super High Me’s ritual to record a new stand-up special every year on the holy holiday of stoners: 4/20
One side he does his routine normally, while on other side he performs completely baked!
April 20, a day that no professor should schedule an exam ; a day all convenience stores should triple the price of eye drops
Star of Super High Me, TV show turned podcast The Benson Interruption, and immortal stoner, Doug Benson brings us his latest comedy album, Potty Mouth
Full of self referential comedy gold, TJ Miller is on the forefront of advancing comedy past traditional stand-up. Combined with a strong production and a whole cast of guest voices, The Extended Play is well worth the buy for only $10
The people behind the Sketchfest Comedy Festival in S.F. have lined up a long list of huge names to perform
If you’re unfamiliar with TJ Miller, he’s an excellent standup comedian who came up in Chicago with the likes of Kumail Nanjiani, Kyle Kinane, and Matt Braunger
The Emmys where the subject of everyone’s thoughts on WitStream and Twitter Sunday night
Even after listening to all four of this week’s episodes in a 5 hour time period, it was still as catchy as ever
On Wednesday it was announced that comedians Kurt Metzger and Doug Benson will be featured at the Bumbershoot Music Festival, one of the largest music and arts festivals in North America.
The comedy podcasting network Earwolf announced a reality podcast competition pitting ten “amateur” podcasters against each other and attempting “to be low on drama for the most part” at the same time.
Funny quotes by funny people about the royal wedding.
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Doug Benson began performing stand-up in San Francisco when he was 22 years old, after some friends pushed him to try it out.
With comics Arj Barker and Tony Camin, Benson co-created the show “The Marijuana-Logues” - a play on Eve Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues.” Except, obviously, about weed. The show was well reviewed and found an enthusiastic audience, running for a year Off-Broadway in New York. “The Marijuana-Logues” was later turned into both a CD and book.