Ever wanted to know what aliens would make of our movies in the distant future? Yeah, us neither, but it’s hilarious. Enjoy Pulp Fiction.
From my meeting him, an émigré from Venezuela, to seeing him on stage at the Melbourne Comedy Gala, it’s been a wild ride for my friend.
Puns. They’re not hurting anyone, right? Wrong. Radical pundamentalist joke killers are on the rise, and you could be next.
Basing our opinion on our emotional reaction makes us feel safe, but it is merely a defence of not knowing enough about the topic.
Comic legend and entertainer Jim Jefferies spoke with Ian Cooper from his car in Los Angeles last week.
Any doubt where Chris Rock stood on the #OscarsSoWhite issue has been torched by his brilliantly sharp opening monologue. Cue the awkwardness.
Buster Keaton was a pioneer in silent movie comedy, but how does he tell a joke and why do his jokes remain relevant almost 100 years later?
Elaine, Newman and The Soup Nazi were among Seinfeld characters to send in heartwarming birthday videos to terminally ill fan. Be prepared to feel lots of feelings.
TBS chats to wordsmiths and amateur cricket hacks Messrs Higgins, Edwards and Perry, to explain their newly-released book, The Grade Cricketer.
Jackie Loeb is Jewish and Gretel Killeen is a lapsed Methodist, so we thought it’d be a good idea to find out their top Christmas gift tips.
Finally. A used car salesman that doesn’t use his crippling mental problems as a business model. Thanks, Sane John!
Cars. They’re either a means of transport, or a means of joy. You’re either one or the other. Collective Noun knows this, so they’ve made light of it.
We sat down with writer, comedian and unabashed nerd Adam Spencer to discuss his new book, World of Numbers, and his chivalric defence of prime numbers.
Finally, education is relevant again, because of…eh. As Collective Noun shows, Procrastination is back, or did it never leave?
Ever wanted to see your teacher outside of class? Well, as Collective Noun shows, the fantasy doesn’t always match the reality.
Collective Noun are back, this week wondering what our lives would be like if we were honest with our road rage.
Brand new resident conquistadors of comedy, Collective Noun wonder about choosing a baby name as if it were the same as choosing a username.
In our never ending internet trawlings, we discovered this gem. Some genius has stitched together one long movie phone call from all your favourites!
Our own Bronte O’Brien sat down with the creators of The Dollop, the searing cult hit making light of American history…and themselves.
Resident TBS anti-comedian Susannah McDonald has recently discovered something to level the score against “funny people.” The meme.
In a lifetime of being the funny guy, Jordan King-Lacroix knows that sometimes jokes aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.
Sam Blacker delves into the deep world of podcasts, presenting a quality selection from here and abroad.