If you’ve been counting the moon phases, wondering when Broad City would return to its home on your TV screen, then I’ve got good news for you. More
Topic: comedy central
While most of us know that Dave Chappelle walked away from an extremely lucrative, multi-million dollar deal at Comedy Central, very few of us actually know why, because he doesn’t like to talk about it. But he opened up to Dave Letterman last night, giving us some of the first insight into his decisions that anyone has gotten in seven years. More
From now on, whenever anything weird happens, I’m just going to assume Jimmy Kimmel orchestrated it. More
In order to celebrate the happy news that we’re about to get a brand new hilarious movie to love with all our hearts, here are my 5 favorite videos by Amy Schumer. They’re in no particular order, unless you count “from fantastic to amazing” a particular order, in which case, okay maybe they are. More
Did Bill play into a few of the same stereotypes as the other roasters? Yes, but he had a lot of clever jokes, and the fact that it wasn’t really Bill himself saying everything made it more enjoyable. Plus, his confidence really sold it. More
After Daniel Tosh‘s rape joke earlier this year, you’d think Comedy Central and Nick Kroll would be a little more careful about what they put their name on. More
We here at Crushable have much love for the awkward brand of comedy Zach Galifinakis deploys on his Funny Or Die webshow “Between Two Ferns.” Hence, you can imagine our excitment when we found out he was producing a special half-hour version of it called Between Two Ferns: A Fairytale Of New York that will air on real television, right before the Comedy Awards on Comedy Central this coming Sunday. Here are some funny outtakes from it. More
Comedy Central has released the first round of roasters for the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen, and while it’s an eclectic group, we’re wondering why no ladies made the first cut. Among the group, you’ve got got Mike Tyson, TMZ’s Harvey Levin joining Roast Master Seth MacFarlane. But Charlie obviously touched (literally and figuratively) a lot of women — so here are the ones we’d like to see take the stage. More
Over the last few days, several reports have surfaced that Jersey Shore star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino got booed when he went onstage at Comedy Central’s roast of Donald Trump. Most people, myself included, assumed it had to do with The Situation just not being very funny. However, the L.A. Times reports that Sitch made a racist joke that was not well received by the audience. More
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I had planned to attend Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert‘s rally on Saturday. I boarded a bus in New York at 7 a.m. and stepped off it in D.C. five hours later. I walked down the streets of our capitol city and towards the National Mall. But then I hit a human traffic jam of wackily costumed citizens carrying giant, sharp signs while smashing beach balls into one another’s faces and nearly had a panic attack.
The thing was just so darn crowded. Forget actually making it to stage, there was no possibility of even cramming my way to the monitors showing the event. After ten minutes of stumbling around and half-hearing Sam Waterston read some sort of poem, Crushable Barbie correspondent Tyler Coates and I bailed on the rally and took a little walking tour of D.C. More
When we attended Saturday’s Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars: A Benefit for Autism Education, we probably should have taken a hint from the name. Instead, as we stood on the red carpet, flanked by Comedy Central’s own pre-event coverage host (who we swear to god was Ryan Seacrest‘s twin brother) and something called Punchline Magazine, we found ourselves overwhelmed at the sheer number of comedians who passed our way and gladly smiled for a picture and answered our questions. Below, a gallery of the night’s biggest names, and what they told us. More
Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Benefit for Autism Education, hosted by Jon Stewart. We got some awesome quotes from celebs on the red carpet (including Lewis Black, John Oliver, Jim Gaffigan, Tracy Morgan, Olivia Munn, Ricky Gervais, and Tay Zonday) and then got to watch a live screening of the show that will be shown on Comedy Central on October 21st at 9 p.m. Watching a 3-hour special that will probably be edited down to an hour, we definitely were shown some stuff that is not going to make it to the episode but were friggin’ amazing. Here are our top 6 favorite moments from the show you probably won’t see. More
In case you were wondering how The Simpsons’ creators felt about South Park‘s Mohammed episode being pulled by Comedy Central after threats, last night’s opener should have cleared the air. Now we just need to hear from Seth MacFarlane and … More
Today’s PM Crush Links, a daily roundup of the afternoon’s most talked-about celebrity news: Kate Winslet and her husband of almost seven years, Sam Mendes, are getting divorced. According to a source, the two drifted apart and have actually been … More