As an internationally-acclaimed, world traveling comedian (borderline unemployed vagrant), I know a thing or two about how to live the sweet life on a budget.
“There were all these different bodies and shapes and colors that came in to audition, women who had gone to Juilliard or been on Broadway, but no one wants to put them on TV because they don’t necessarily fit into a TV executive’s idea of what’s beautiful.”
Meet your new crush, MTV and UCB’s Nicole Byer. She loves drag queens, cursing, and apple pie.
‘SNL’ announces its first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph.
Gillian Jacobs and Tig Notaro are four inches from kissing for three minutes in a funny new interview series on EW.
I saw a small fraction of this year’s tweets and I don’t follow everyone in the world but I still had my favorites just like everyone else.
“Totally Biased” Writer and Correspondent, Janine Brito is a queer woman of color that was on your television screen. If you missed it, now’s the time to catch up.
This is a gift guide based on DeAnne Smith’s viral video, Nerdy Love Song With Added Kitten Bonus. You’re Welcome
“Parks and Recreation” writer and terrible black best friend, Aisha Muharrar answers a few questions.
“This is a ridiculous amount of sweat. I know this is hot yoga and everything, but how is there even this much sweat in me? How is this possible? This seems unsafe. Is this normal? Maybe I’m peeing. Am I peeing? How can there be this much sweat in a person? I think it’s pee.”
Caitlin Bergh and Brittani Nichols are hosting a new stand-up show in Los Angeles. Catch the first one this Friday at 8pm.
This gift guide might be more relevant to your interests than you could possibly imagine.
New York comedian, actress, and impressionist Liza Dye talks about her Michelle Obama impression, all those “ready for SNL” lists, and Kanye West.
What happens when the biggest, loudest, most annoying echo-chamber on the Internet gets invented in Springfield?
Catch the season finale of “Little Horribles” now!
Yamara Taylor (The Boondocks, How to Rock, Instant Mom) chats about comedy writing, trick or treating at Aisha Tyler’s house, and the dearth of five year old sketch actors.
A TV columnist is attacking Sarah Silverman for “trying to be as dirty as the guys” in her stand-up routine. Seriously, when are men going to stop telling women what we can and can’t tell jokes about?
“I just aim to perform female characters with dignity and intelligence — which is an obvious choice to me, but perhaps not so familiar in the entertainment industry.”
Who needs spinning class when there are bacon double cheeseburgers?
What’s funnier than Riese, Laneia, and Rachel discussing awful gay movies by themselves? Riese, Laneia, and Rachel discussing awful gay movies with Mallory and Nicole from The Toast!