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How White People Get Their Culture – Rosebud Baker – Bill Burr Presents: The Ringers

How White People Get Their Culture – Rosebud Baker – Bill Burr Presents: The Ringers

but I feel like I belong in LA, because I’m a very spiritual person. Because I come from money. (audience laughs) So, I can afford to be delusional. No, I don’t have it anymore, I don’t I made a lot of mistakes to get into comedy. Truly, I did. Growing up, my grandfather was Secretary of State under George Bush Senior. Yeah, so (audience laughs) I could’ve been in the Illuminati, and instead I became a jester for Bachelorette parties….

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Mister America: The Ikea Furniture Challenge

Mister America: The Ikea Furniture Challenge

-It’s time for the next segment of the competition. So, listen up. Everyone knows that putting IKEA furniture together is like trying to drive anywhere without GPS in 2020, which is why I always ask for help. Our semifinalists have three minutes to assemble this IKEA stool. Be sure to use all of the resources at your disposal and to think outside of the box. Are you ready? Let’s get this started! [ Cheers and applause ] -Ready. -Whoo. -I…

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Iliza Shlesinger and Adam Rippon Select Their Final Mister America Faves

Iliza Shlesinger and Adam Rippon Select Their Final Mister America Faves

-You got this round? -Ah, I’m just gonna say I’m confident about it. -Confident about your stool? -Yeah. Feel real good about my stool. -Yeah? A lot of fiber in your stool? -Well, my stool’s strong. -Yeah. -My stool’s strong. -Strong stool. -Real strong stool. -Love it. Talk to me about your stool. Talk about your stool, Colorado. I mean, do you think the judges are gonna buy your art take? -Sounded like I have one person in my corner…

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Mister America: The Final Challenge

Mister America: The Final Challenge

-Final two contestants. And only one of you will be crowned Mr. America, a title you’ll get to hold until whenever we randomly decide to do this again. [ Laughter ] All right contestants, it’s time for the final round of the competition, where our judges will evaluate your emotional intelligence. Both of you will have a conversation with one of our judges, in which they’ll give you a classic relationship scenario that you’ll need to navigate expertly. Up first,…

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The Annual Mister America Competition

The Annual Mister America Competition

-I don’t need to explain to anyone why historically the tradition of beauty pageants is problematic. Women’s looks were judged more than their accomplishments. And the only place with more creepy old men hanging around was Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane. [ Audience ohhs ] But we want to applaud the Miss America competition, which recently rebranded as Miss America 2.0, swapping swimsuits for social platforms. [ Cheers and applause ] That’s what’s up. Yes. But superficial traditions are still perpetuated…

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Mister America: Humor Competition

Mister America: Humor Competition

-The first part of our competition showcases Mr. America’s sense of humor. Contestants, please tell us a joke that you would say when meeting a significant other’s parents for the first time. -I just want to thank my lovely girlfriend’s parents for inviting me over to this dinner. You know, the food is great. The house is beautiful, but, uh, babe, I thought your dad would be bigger. [ Laughter ] -Next up, Mr. California. -Do you know, uh, how…

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Fred Armisen, Art Aficionado: Freedom from Want by Norman Rockwell

Fred Armisen, Art Aficionado: Freedom from Want by Norman Rockwell

-Fred, there are so many reasons that I am thankful to call you a friend. One is that you’re a man of many talents — so many that I feel like people can’t even list everything that you’re good at. But one thing I did not know, that you filled me in on this week, is that you are an art connoisseur. -Oh, yeah. I know all art. -Yeah. [ Laughter ] And I feel like when you say things…

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A cultura da dispersão. The culture of dispersion. Mobiles and distraction.

A cultura da dispersão. The culture of dispersion. Mobiles and distraction.

This is a serious talk. And I’m not in character. I’m not in character. I wanted to speak with you. I need a minute of your attention. Or two, maybe five. For how long can you pay attention without getting distracted? That’s the challenge I’ll talk about. We all face it nowadays. The problem isn’t you. The problem ain’t me. It’s not your brother who can’t pay attention to anything. It is not your friend who seems to be hyperactive,…

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“My Mom Got Shot In The Head” – Trevor Noah – (It’s My Culture)

“My Mom Got Shot In The Head” – Trevor Noah – (It’s My Culture)

And it was a Sunday morning I was in bed still asleep, it was early in the morning maybe like 9 or 10 o’clock. and the phone rings and it’s my baby brother using my mom’s phone his name is Isaac, he’s 9 years old so I answer the phone like, hello? “Hello, Trevor?” I said, hey Isaac what do you want? “How are you?” I am fine thanks. “I am also fine, thank you.” I am fine thanks and…

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When Americans date the English… | Live At The Apollo – BBC

When Americans date the English… | Live At The Apollo – BBC

Erm, I got married recently. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Thanks for playing along. That’s why I moved here. I married a British guy. SCATTERED CHEERING That lack of whooping when I say the word “British,” that is the self-loathing I signed on for. I love you guys. I’m never going back! So, he’s British. I married him for free health care, basically. I know, right? Not even a joke. Like, nothing turns an American on – a decent personality, hot-rod bod…

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