Serena was wrong for claiming the judge’s response to her poor behavior on the tennis court had something do with sexism according to David, who tries on his Tucker Carlson mask by insisting Serena’s bad sportsmanship had nothing to do with feminism or equality. It was about not being able to win. Comic Joe DeVito on compulsive shopping, compulsive gambling and the world’s oldest trapeze artist. Comic Aaron Berg has some tasteful thoughts about 9/11. Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling has another embarrassment of comedy riches. Professor Corey Brettschneider sums up the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. PETA Podcast’s Emil Guillermo on Serena Williams. And Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein previews the midterms.
Comic PHIL HANLEY, and Down With Tyranny’s HOWIE KLEIN.
Ian Bagg talks about his expertise with nitroglycerin and why 9/11 was not an inside job, and why he has no act.
Phil Hanley on joke writing, Vancouver and why he works so damn hard.
Howie Klein on last Tuesday’s primaries, and what’s in store for the GOP come November.
Ian Bagg is at the Philadelphia Punchline August 24-25.
Phil Hanley is at the Sacramento Punchline Labor Day Weekend.
Comedian Kevin Bartini talks Charlie Sheen and Vagina Beer.
Dan St. Germain is a comedian, writer, and actor who’s appeared on Conan, Fallon, The Break with Michelle Wolf, Best Week Ever, @Midnight, John Oliver, Crashing, Adam Ruins Everything, Guy Code, This Is Not Happening, and has a half hour special on Comedy Central. He’s written for The White House Correspondents Dinner, Superior Donuts, The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, was the head writer of Tru TV’s Ten Things, and has written scripts for both Fox and Comedy Central.