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!
In honor of my strong feelings about her, I wanted to compile an assortment of Betty White GIFs, both in character and just in lounge wear, to showcase more accurately every dimension of her personality. In the process, I learned a lot.
20. i wish we could put together a listling of “things we emailed each other in rapid succession when stef brought up marilyn manson.”
Maybe Amy just has an old soul.
“I’m still not sure how any of it happens.”
This episode wins a gay ESPY.
“Diversity in any show will make that show stronger. It’s just hard to stay interested in the opinions of 87 straight white dudes in a row.”
Are there any airplane trips that don’t suck?
I knew they were trouble when they moved in.
Here’s a new episode of Words With Girls for your eye holes. It’s called “Beard.” Do you see where this is going?
Episode 7 of “Little Horribles” is still awkward and maybe a little gross.