This TBS Ten is with Peter Berner, where we find out about the importance of fixing your teeth and how a great comic sees the world.
This week George Dot Play goes toe-to-toe with a colossus of our generation: Kim Kardashian’s posterior.
As a parting gift, the characters from I’m with Stupid lift the lid on the seldom-seen workings of Christian pop band: One Connection.
Hello and welcome back to the world of I’m With Stupid. This week we bring you the final instalment of our three part web series P#rn School. Look, we even had to censor the word so that your office firewall would let you view this!
I’m With Stupid are back with the enlightening next episode of “P*rn School”.
Hello and welcome back to the world of I’m With Stupid. This week we bring you the first instalment of our three part series, “P#rn School”.
Our favourite learned nutcases from “I’m With Stupid” are back with this week’s episode: “Karen’s Support Group”. Poor Karen.
This TBS Ten features everyone’s favourite Aussie, Dave Hughes, where we find out why he doesn’t feel guilty about re-gifting and why Tony Abbott intrigues him…
Five residents of Sydney’s Lower North Shore take matters of Border Protection into their own hands, forming a fearsome crew of pastel-clad, upwardly mobile vigilantes defending the shores of their beloved Balmoral Beach.
Jordan King Lacroix: Word is that ASIO are tired of copping all the flack – can we just let them do their jobs?
For our latest TBS Ten we talked to Tim Ferguson about his enthusiasm for bad ideas, Star Trek cosplay (speaking of bad ideas…) and what he wants the audience to get out of the current DAAS shows.
For those unaware, Dave Letterman officially retires today from his long running and highly successful Late Show with David Letterman…here’s a story from Mike Welsh about his brush with Letterman fame.
We chatted to comedian Jackie Loeb for this week’s TBS Ten, where she named her favourite celebrity crush (well, partially) right before she told us to go to hell…thanks Jackie…
Ruby Wax has a message that will get you thinking…or rather being “mindful”… in her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show “Sane New World”…
Kingsman: The Secret Service, while not as slapstick as Austin Powers, offered Glen Falkenstein some cracking jokes and hammy action accompanied by solid performances, particularly from Colin Firth.
The criticism over Ricky Gervais and Optus in the Netflix Australian release promo has Tom Jacobs…confused…isn’t the joke obvious? (READ: he can’t believe anyone could be so dumb and not get it FFS)
Catching Billy Connolly’s recent Sydney Opera House gig, Tom Jacobs was happy to see that despite certain physical hurdles, Connolly’s ability to render his audience utterly incontinent remains firmly intact.
Anthea Fahy asks whether animated TV shows have become more poignant than sitcoms and whether traditional comedies are now a little bit, let’s face it, shit?
Spain’s comedy clubs are in such dire straits that they’re now charging patrons per laugh, a “routine” that comedian Xavier Toby can’t see the funny side of…
Thanks for all the laughs, Joan Rivers – wherever you are now, we’re sure you’ll still be dropping ’em in their tracks with your irreverent, no-excuses, slap-em-down humour.
Did Ricky Gervais overstep the line with his comments about the celebrity nudie selfies that were stolen from the cloud, or was he just being funny? #gofigurehesacomedian
If there’s something Tom Jacobs has learned during his life-long foray into the realm of comedy, it’s that being a comedian ain’t just about being a funny man…