• Todd Glass: Todd Glass Talks About Stuff (Review)

    I’m always pleased when a comedy album somehow manages to give me tools that allow me to reimagine the world in a fun new way. That sounds like a tall order, natch, but here’s an example: Pete Holmes’s latest album, Nice Try, The Devil, offers an absolutely killer line to use at a party when there’s a lull in the conversation. Give it a listen. Life-changing. I’d put moments of

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    Go inside the party planning world of comedian Todd Glass in this 19 minute documentary (Video)

    In his ongoing documentary series Modern Comedian, filmmaker Scott Moran explores a side of Todd Glass even most of us comedy nerds didn’t know about— his party planning side! Ever since his epic eight-minute “Dinner Party” bit on his 2009 album Thin Pig, we’ve known the man takes pride in his parties. But nothing prepared us for what we see in this 19 minutes worth of glorious Glass. Check it

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    Listen to Todd Glass leave hilariously mean voicemails for another comedian

    In the latest episode of comedians Ryan Budds and Dale Zawada’s Web series, Between Gigs, Budds finds himself in an amazing position– opening for the well-loved Todd Glass. As it turns out, however, Glass has a few expectations of all his openers. And he conveniently lays out said expectations on voice mails, recorded on an antiquated land line. Sure, there are holes in this sketch and the duo’s acting is

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    Watch comedian Todd Glass’ powerful PSA for the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network

    When he announced he was gay in January during an episode of WTF with Marc Maron, comedian Todd Glass expressed some apprehension over coming out, noting that it wouldn’t be easy for him to fully integrate his standing as an openly gay man into his act. However, he did explain why he felt the need to let everyone know about his sexuality. “I don’t want anyone to be ashamed of

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    Jim Gaffigan releases preview, backstage videos from self-released special ‘Mr Universe’

    The release of Jim Gaffigan’s latest stand-up comedy special — all 75 minutes of it — happens on April 11. Like Louis C.K. and mostl recently Aziz Ansari, the mighty Gaffigan will make Mr. Universe exclusively available through JimGaffigan.com for only $5! Stream it; download it– the choice is yours, so long as you got a 5-spot. Need some priming? Check out this preview below! And what’s this? Let’s peep

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    Watch the ‘Bitter Buddha’ trailer with Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, more!

    True comedy nerds know who Eddie Pepitone is. He’s the man who’s made an art out of Twitter, the star of the daily live-action comic strip Puddin’ and the dude who released the stellar album A Great Stillness at the end of last year. But, with the upcoming documentary about the man, perhaps a wider spectrum of comedy goers will get intimate with Pepitone and his many lovable psychoses. Directed

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    On comedian Todd Glass coming out: a note from a friend

    photo by: Sharilyn Johnson On Monday’s episode of WTF with Marc Maron, stand-up comedian Todd Glass did something very brave. However, despite the news of Todd’s coming out of the closet, nothing about Todd has really changed. Todd is the same guy we’ve grown to adore throughout his career, but now he’s given us yet another reason to respect him. Todd is one of the funniest, most thoughtful people on

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    Comedian Todd Glass announces he’s gay on WTF with Marc Maron

    Well-respected veteran comedian Todd Glass announced he was gay on today’s episode of WTF with Marc Maron. After a relatively short introduction, wherein Maron tells his listeners that Glass, 47, wanted to come on the show to say something important, the announcement was made. “He decided that this was the place to do it,” Maron said at the top of the interview. Glass then jokes that he was just there

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    Sarah Silverman live in Tel Aviv, Israel (Review)

    TEL AVIV — Last week Sarah Silverman was invited to participate in Israel’s third annual Presidential Conference, after which she performed two shows in Tel Aviv. The first of her two shows took place on Saturday night at Yarkon Park’s Wohl Amphitheatre, where the crowd was buzzing with excitement in several different languages, and sweating from the Israeli summer’s potent mix of heat and humidity. Todd Glass opened the show

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    T-shirt company launches comedian t-shirt line for charity; Maria Bamford kicks it off

    One of the best things about comedy is that it builds community. There’s something about watching a comic, whether you’re in the comfort of your own home or in a club surrounded by a few friends and many strangers, that connects us. Shared laughter builds bridges, man. That’s why we’re always thrilled when someone uses comedy to keep building community and supporting good causes. And that’s where Punchy Tee comes

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    Sarah Silverman, David Spade, more raise money for Todd Glass’ medical bills

    A few months ago comedian Todd Glass suffered a heart attack while performing on a Sarah Silverman and Friends show in LA. So, to help the burden of all those medical bills, Glass’ friends are producing a benefit show. David Spade has organized the event, rightfully titled the David Spade and Friends Comedy Benefit Show, and it features an excellent lineup: Sarah Silverman and Adam Carolla are just two of

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    Todd Glass: 'There's humor in everything'

    By Ben Kharakh Todd Glass’s silly side has been on display on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel, and Last Comic Standing, but when he wants to get serious he vents on his podcast Comedy and Everything Else. When Todd gets on mic with his co-hosts Jimmy Dore and Stefane Zamorano, he proves that his knack for explicating the absurd also makes him excellent at picking out and explaining what’s ridiculous about

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    Gary Gulman: Sporting the funny

    Comedian Gary Gulman just may be his own biggest critic. But that won’t stop him from tearing into pro sports players as he hosts the first season of NESN’s Comedy All-Stars. Religion and politics have long been the comedic pressure points for stand-up comics. But in Boston, God’s devoted following barely rivals the zealousness of Red Sox Nation. And maybe that makes Gary Gulman’s job hosting a sports-based comedy show

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