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John Mulaney, among the best comedians working, performs twice in Cleveland Friday

Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the host of the Laugh Track column, a man who can't find his keys ... Mike McIntyre. Thank you Cleveland. Did you hear that a U.S. spy satellite launched aboard a SpaceX rocket is now lost? It's worth billions, and they just can't find it? You're telling me my iPhone can be located with an app, but a multibillion-dollar spy satellite can't? OK, I lose a lot of stuff, so let me offer some help. Have you tried retracing the satellite's steps? Make sure you check the last place you remember it being. Think real hard: If you were a spy satellite, where would you be? If all of that fails, pray to St. Anthony. More Mulaney: John Mulaney quickly sold out his "Kid Gorgeous" tour Friday night 7 p.m. show at Playhouse Square, so he added a second one at 10 p.m. Only single seats remain. If you have tickets, though, do not go unless you like brilliant stand-up and gut-pounding laughter. The former "Saturday Night Live" writer who ..

RIP 2017: Famous Lives & Deaths We'll Remember

2017 may not have felt like the constant barrage of surprising notable deaths we endured in 2016, but that doesn't mean we haven't lost many beloved stars this year. We were left mourning America's sweetheart when Mary Tyler Moore died in January, and one of the top teen idols of the 1970s, David Cassidy, took his final bow just last month. In between, we said goodbye to some of the architects of rock & roll, influential comedians, bestselling novelists, and more. Join us as we take a look back at the most notable deaths of 2017. MUSIC Musicians occupied the headlines in large numbers this year, including the tragic, too-young death of Chris Cornell, lead singer of iconic rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave. His suicide was followed closely by that of his close friend Chester Bennington, front man for the influential rap-rock group Linkin Park. Tom Petty was one of the top-selling recording artists of all time, thanks to easygoing singles like "Free Fallin'" and "..

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee now streaming all 9 seasons on Netflix

Jerry Seinfeld and his funny friends have found a new favorite coffee spot. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the web series created by Jerry Seinfeld in 2012, has made the move from Crackle to Netflix in anticipation of an upcoming tenth season, and you can check out the trailer for Netflix's new arrival now. The show, if you're not familiar with it, is precisely what the title makes it sound like, which hopefully doesn't come as too much of a surprise. Also, it's pretty good! It's a credit to Seinfeld, a fabulously rich person for whom life is but a dream, that he's been able to take the luxurious and leisurely concept of famous people casually cruising around in some immensely expensive whips and make it surprisingly watchable, producing a relaxing little hangout show that's something like the visual version of a one-on-one podcast between professional comics. The series' move from Crackle to Netflix was originally announced in January 2017,..

The Chase viewers get the giggles as contestants’ names make up two very famous...

THE Chase viewers got the giggles when they realised the contestants' names spelt out two famous comedians. Fans couldn't help but laugh when host Bradley Walsh introduced Vicki, Gervaise, Peter and Kay on the ITV quiz show tonight. ITV The Chase viewers got the giggles after they realised the contestants' names made up two famous comedians After the TV star welcomed viewers to the show, the line-up each introduced themselves. They included Kay, 31, from Leeds, and Peter, 64, from Doncaster. Also vying to win thousands of pou..

Punjabi play Mirch Masala staged

08 Jan 2018 | 1:45 AMCHANDIGARH: Crisis within the Chandigarh BJP ended this evening with Asha Kumari Jaswal, outgoing Mayor, and Ravi Kant Sharma agreeing to withdraw their candidature for the posts of mayor and senior deputy mayor, respectively, in the presence of Sanjay Tandon, president of city BJP, councillors and senior leaders of the party. Let's block ads! (Why?)

TV planner: Marry Me, Marry My Family; Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee; Monty Python's...

[unable to retrieve full-text content] TV planner: Marry Me, Marry My Family; Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee; Monty Python's Life of Brian — best of the ... The AustralianFull coverage

RIP 2017: Famous Lives & Deaths We'll Remember

2017 may not have felt like the constant barrage of surprising notable deaths we endured in 2016, but that doesn't mean we haven't lost many beloved stars this year. We were left mourning America's sweetheart when Mary Tyler Moore died in January, and one of the top teen idols of the 1970s, David Cassidy, took his final bow just last month. In between, we said goodbye to some of the architects of rock & roll, influential comedians, bestselling novelists, and more. Join us as we take a look back at the most notable deaths of 2017. MUSIC Musicians occupied the headlines in large numbers this year, including the tragic, too-young death of Chris Cornell, lead singer of iconic rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave. His suicide was followed closely by that of his close friend Chester Bennington, front man for the influential rap-rock group Linkin Park. Tom Petty was one of the top-selling recording artists of all time, thanks to easygoing singles like "Free Fallin'" and "..

20 Best Comedians On Snapchat Worth Following

#Funny #Snapchat #Comedians. I'm going to admit something to you ladies. I'm a cave woman when it comes to some forms of social media. When I first heard of Snapchat, I thought it was one of those silly YouTube challenges. You know when Millennials set themselves on fire for some warped kind of fun. But I digress. For the few of you who weren't hip on Snapchat, Snapchat Discover is a popular tool that's you can use to keep up-to-date with just about anything. You can use it to catch up with celebs, and reading breaking news. The Comedy Central Discover Channel on Snapchat was the best way to tickle your funny bone. It's amazing how many celebrities do standup comedy and have appeared on Comedy Central. You can see them live at a comedy club or if you want to laugh more often, follow them online. On Snapchat anyone can follow comedians and other famous funny people on social media with the Snapchat app. You might be unfamiliar with what Snapchat is or you'r..

Obama, Clooney First Letterman Guests On Netflix

Former President Barak Obama will be David Letterman's guest on the premiere of Dave's comeback interview show premiering Friday Jan. 12 on Netflix. Letterman, who left his CBS "Late Show" in May 2015, will do a one-hour conversation every month with one guest on the show called "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman." Letterman, 70, signed a deal last summer to do six episodes for Netflix, reportedly for $2 million per show. Clooney – an actor and activist who was a frequent visitor to Letterman's CBS show – was the first of six guests mentioned in a promotional trailer for the Netflix show released last week. [embedded content] The others were named in this order: Pakistani activist Malala Yousafza, radio host Howard Stern, hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, actress/comedian/TV producer Tiny Fey and Obama. "I had a show for a long time. Then I didn't have a show for a long time, and I can't tell you how great it is to be out of the damn house. Wow," Mr. ..

Dave Chappelle Comedians Say Dave's Kevin Spacey Jokes are Fair Game

EXCLUSIVE Dave Chappelle is taking heat for some comments he made on his new Netflix special -- that actor Anthony Rapp was not really harmed by Kevin Spacey's conduct because he "grew up to be gay anyway" -- but some big comedians are squarely in Chappelle's corner. Chappelle cracked the jokes during his special, The Bird Revolution, referring to Rapp's claim that Spacey tried to grope and seduce him at a party when he was just 14. Chappelle quips, "And not to victim-blame, but it seems like the kid of situation that a gay 14-year-old kid would get himself into." We got a trio of comedians who say it's all fair game. Norm McDonald praises Chappelle as the greatest comedian on earth. Donnell Rawlings says don't expect any apologies from Dave. And Adam Devine says going after "royalty" is off limits. Let's block ads! (Why?)

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