The last two specials I watched had some weighty themes and emotional moments. This week I needed a little lighter fare. Scrolling through Netflix, I stumbled upon a Spicy Honey from 2017. Todd Barry is a joke machine. He doesn’t tell a lot of long stories. His jokes come from his everyday life and hisContinue reading “Todd Barry – Spicy Honey”
Gary Gulman is a funny guy. He is tall, handsome, and charming. He seems like he’s got it all together. In his latest special, The Great Depresh, Gulman reveals his life long struggle with depression and anxiety. I was first exposed to Gary Gulman through the comedy competition Last Comic Standing. His joke about theContinue reading “Gary Gulman – The Great Depresh”
As I’ve stated before, I’m working on a chapter for my thesis that examines Stephen Colbert and The Colbert Report. I cam across an article from Rolling Stone and Colbert Talked about losing and finding his faith again, and I thought I should share this. So here: Did you ever go through a period whereContinue reading “Colbert, Maron, Suffering, Faith, and Comedy.”
I love 30Rock. Smart, funny, quick. All good things when it comes to a sitcom. Kathy and I were watching it the other day, and I was struck by a really fun idea, how does the Church line up with 30 Rock? This does not reflect Creekside, these thoughts reflect stereotype ideas about local ChurchesContinue reading “Church & 30 Rock”
Hey here is sunday nights open-mic set. It might be cheesy and hack-y of me to post these videos of myself. But I enjoy them and I assume that everyone else should as well. comments are always appreciated.
I did it. But really we did it. I used Michael Hertzog and his pending performance as an excuse to get out there and try to do open mic comedy. I’ve always wanted to try it, and I was prepared to suck, and it went way better than I thought it would. I wasContinue reading “Stand-Up Comedy”