iTunes Best of Comedy 2008

Apple did not tell me how it came up with its list of Best of Comedy 2008 in iTunes, so I cannot tell you if this lineup is based on sales, judged rankings or something else entirely. But I can tell you who made the iTunes cut in 2008 (I've reviewed half of these CDs, which means I still have some work to do). Whom do you think they overlooked?

Robert Kelly, Just the Tip
Robert Kelly - Just the Tip
Steve Byrne, Happy Hour
Steve Byrne - Happy Hour
Gabriel Iglesias, Hot and Fluffy Gabriel Iglesias - Hot and Fluffy

Josh Sneed, Unacceptable Josh Sneed - Unacceptable

Lisa Landry, Put Your Keys in the Keybowl Lisa Landry - Put Your Keys In the Keybowl

Pablo Francisco, Ouch! (Live from San Jose) Pablo Francisco - Ouch! (Live from San Jose)

Jimmy Dore, Citizen Jimmy Jimmy Dore - Citizen Jimmy

Dov Davidoff, The Point Is Dov Davidoff - The Point Is

Bill Burr, Why Do I Do This? Bill Burr - Why Do I Do This?

Jeffrey Ross: No Offense, Live from New Jersey Jeffrey Ross - Jeffrey Ross: No Offense - Live from New Jersey

Sean L. McCarthy

Editor and publisher since 2007, when he was named New York's Funniest Reporter. Former newspaper reporter at the New York Daily News, Boston Herald and smaller dailies and community papers across America. Loves comedy so much he founded this site.

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5 thoughts on “iTunes Best of Comedy 2008

  1. iTunes sadly overlooked Joey Coco Diaz “Live At The Three Clubs In Hollywood”. If you haven’t heard it, check it out. It is available in the iTunes Music Store.

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