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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Extra Point, May 28, 2015.
List your favorite comedians in this thread.
I ran across a pretty good comedian - Jeanne Robertson. She's funny.
She's a southern lady and does only clean humor.
You can see her videos on youtube.
W. C. Fields
Some ones right off the top of my head. Reserve the right to add some more later.
There were some old time jewish comedians that tickled the funny bone.
I guess mine are still back in the golden age -- Red Skelton, Steve Allen, Carol Burnett, Minnie Pearl and other goyim since I avoid modern comedy like the plague. Ben Bailey is priceless on Cash Cab, really funny and smart, but then you check his standup routines in Youtube and they're uncut vulgarity and insolence like the others now, in other words totally Jewified.
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Sam Kinison's 1993 comedy album, â€œLive From Hell,â€ is my all-time favorite. The album features some very un-PC material and his delivery is sheer perfection. His hatred of homeless people, the stupidity of Arabs/Muslims during the Gulf War, making fun of rap â€œmusic,â€ and so many other funny comments/anecdotesâ€¦
Sam Hyde from the Youtube channel MillionDollarExtreme
Here's his "routine" of just stating homosexual "hate facts" to liberal hipsters
Satirizing black comedy
You might be mike brown if, doesn't go over too well for this crowd
"suave blacks", mocking self-deprecating white guy humor like louis ck
Brian Regan. Current comedian. Only does clean stuff, no race or anti white pandering. He's been around for a while. One of my all time favorites. Was a frequent guest on David Letterman.
Ive always found Dane Cook (Irish Catholic) to be pretty funny, here's a movie scene of his that cracks me up
Roy D Mercer
Agreed, Regan is awesome. Heâ€™s proof that you don't need to be raunchy to elicit hysteria from a modern audience. If he would have become an actor instead of comic, heâ€™d probably be more famous than Jim Carreyâ€¦
Hard to believe he's 57 years old, as he looks much younger...
I like Frank Caliendo's stand-up, and the impersonations he did for Fox Sports.
Not traditional stand-up, but.. I liked a lot of John Candy's roles back in the 80s, same with Chevy Chase. Even some of Chase's movies that were generally viewed as garbage (ie- Cops and Robbersons) still made me chuckle.
Liked Seinfeld, Dennis Miller, Dana Carvey.
Caliendo's impersonations are hilarious. And Jerry Seinfeld, despite being a member of the tribe is probably the whitest comedian ever. I marvel at his show sometimes as his character was completely realistic for the time. There is very little jewishness in Seinfeld, he was in many ways a typical guy of the 80's. Watching the show now he seems like a virtual conservative in comparison to what is presented on TV currently. His show is also on basically every hour of the day, a testament to the product he put out. I also like that he walked away from the fame and has not tried to milk it to death since.
I think Larry David (another Jew) was the principle writer and co-creator of Seinfeld, and Jerry Seinfeld did little writing for the show despite the show bearing his name.
Good comedy is where you find it. I think this is dead-on.
Seinfeld's show was pure urban, self-absorbed Jewish humor.
Tom Wilson (Biff from Back To The Future) is pretty good. I like a few others that have been mentioned on this thread. I abhor vulgar and profane "comedy", which sadly seems to be most of what is featured on the tunnelvision these days.
I always liked this guy.
i like Tim Hawkins quite a bit.
True.. but my take-away was that Seinfeld was ridiculing self-absorption, not celebrating it. I think a show like Friends, was cast & written more to glamorize (and laugh with, not at) the self-absorbed, childless, existential adulthood. Where Seinfeld was mocking that lifestyle's stupidity.
Especially in Seinfeld's satirical characterization of George, you got the ugly embodiment of a petty, pointless narcissist, (to laugh at..)
First time seeing him. Funny man.
Stand-up comedy can be very difficult.
Here's one of her videos. Don't send a man to the grocery store. It has 11 million views.
The Busch Latte confused with a White Claw,and then maybe you take him out hack is priceless.