Johnny Mac stitches together an episode with quick hits about Dave Chappelle, Jimmy Carr, Brian Posehn, and the guy who played Gomez on Breaking Bad. Wait, what?
Chris Rock crushed it at The Oscars, and Dave Chappelle explains how he got into the #YangGang
Gilbert Gottfried spoke to Vulture about not being invited to recent Comedy Central roasts. Hari Kondabolu discusses his rules for talking about particular communities. Seth Meyers’ dad had a big influence on his career. Marc Maron wonders if he’s doing enough with his career. Yep, it’s an all generic safety episode of DCN! Either I’m sick, hungover, or there was just no new news.
The thing you won’t be able to unheard on Tom Papa’s Netflix special. More Friends reunion rumors. Michael McIntryre gets a Netflix special. John Mulaney will host SNL soon.
Well, the Ari Shaffir / Kobe Bryant snowball keeps rolling, now it’s reached article level in the New York Times. Brian Posehn’s new album sounds cool. A Ryan Seacrest sitcom? And can we just talk about how awesome Henry Winkler is? Thanks for supporting the pod at http://www.patreon.com/dailycomedynews
Kevin Hart and John Travolta are teaming up for Die Hart! How Tom Papa became friends with Jerry Seinfeld. The difference between Ron Burgandy and Ron Jeremy.
Lots of mix between comedy and politics this week, from Dave Chappelle supporting Andrew Yang to Brad Pitt getting off some Brexit jokes. And more bad news for Ari Shaffir.
The New Yorker has an interesting article about Louis C.K.’s life on the road. Can he make it all the way back? Nikki Glaser apologizes to Taylor Swift. Letterman is still upset about his Oscar’s performance.
Oh goodie, Adam Sandler will get to make more hilarious movies for Netflix. Joe Rogan has endorsed Bernie Sanders. Jim Carrey’s favorite Stooge.
John Oliver is now an American Citizen. John Mulaney on how he spends his Sundays. Comedians who are good at crowd work.