My entire life savings.
I left CH as a full-timer about two years ago, but still occasionally pop up in a video, like this Very Mary Kate. I also do the live show a couple times a year and still get invited to their karaoke parties, so we’re all good!
I forgot to tell you that I was opening for Bo Burnham at Best Buy Theater last night. I’m sorry! But we’re doing it again tonight, and you can get tickets HERE. I highly recommend coming out, dude puts on a killer show.
My name is Jim Tews. I’m a thirty-one year old white male, and I’ve been a comedian for about ten years now. Currently, people of my race and gender make up the majority of standup comics in this country, and we have for a very long time. Comedy in this country has a pretty solid…
Jim’s a really great dude. He’s also very funny. And I can tell you from knowing him personally, he really is white.
Kyle Makrauer took it. He’s working on a collection of comedian portraits. Very nice fella.
Tony Gwynn Jr. uses his glove to make it look like the heckler’s voice is coming out of his own ass.
“So one day I stopped in, walked up to the desk, and just said, “I want to play bass.” - Slash
Welp, looks like I’m not getting laid this year.
You can catch comedian Dan St. Germain every week on VH1’s Best Week Ever, and his Comedy Central Half Hour comes out later this spring. But you can catch “Can Taint Germanus” on this episode of Butt Talk!
Dan talks to us about his experiences with suppositories, and how he once disposed of his pooped-pants in a movie theatre while he was on a date. Then he told us a story that made us re-evaluate our whole lives. And then everyone farted.
And feel free to write us with any questions at ButtTalkers@gmail.com, or use the Tumblr from to Ass Us Anything.
Comedy website Splitsider just launched a new digital distribution label ‘Splitsider Presents’ and their first release is the hilarious feature film ‘The Exquisite Corpse Project.’ Available for $5 over at their website.
Director Ben Popik gathered together his former comrades from the legendary sketch group Olde English and tasked them with writing a movie. The catch: each of the five writers wrote 15 pages and only saw the previous five pages of the script. He then shot the movie they wrote, as well as documentary footage of the writing process and all the drama that it entailed, and put them all together into a unique comedy.
I had an opportunity to see the move last night and it is really something special. Besides being extremely funny and charming, it speaks volumes about the creative process, collaboration and friendship. The way the documentary aspect mirrors the narrative they wrote is fascinating. The film becomes much more than a silly project, but rather evolves into a statement about human nature and relationships. You definitely haven’t seen anything like it.
The project I’ve been working on for the past year is finally live! Check it out! I couldn’t be prouder to be a small part of this amazing movie.
I went to the screening of this last night and can’t recommend it enough. RIYL: Things that are part movie, part documentary, part friends fighting!
Bongiorno, babies! This week’s guest (well, last week’s guest) is the hilarious comedian and butt podcaster ADAM NEWMAN (John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show)! We talk about motorcycles and other super manly stuff. Plus!
Langan KingsleyMart Whitaker talks to us about the name Dexter. She is an… expert? on the name DEXTER!
Plus: animal sex workers! Dentists! Barfing! Skepticism! All the usuals!
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