Day: July 20, 2009

New theatrical trailer for “Mystery Team”

Derrick Comedy released a new theatrical trailer for their first major motion picture, Mystery Team. Since it's now headed to cinemas nationwide this fall, they had to recast the trailer in a safe-for-work capacity. Also a new shot or two. So many jokes. Hope you like it! Previously: My interview with the team behind Mystery Team, along with an earlier...

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The Comic’s Comic expands? The Laugh Track, and you

So maybe you've noticed that things look a wee bit different here at The Comic's Comic headquarters? I hope you've noticed! Otherwise, this is just another Internet thing among many Internet things that has no impact whatsoever on the world outside the web. So. OK. Let's explain what's going on here. The Comic's Comic has joined forces with (which is more than just a pretty good domain name for a comedy website). I have taken the reins of their blog, The Laugh Track, which showcases funny things by funny people in both pictures and videos. Huzzah. So if you're looking for preview clips of John Heffron's "Middle Class Funny," 10 videos to celebrate The State's DVD release, or funny videos of white people trying to impersonate Bill Cosby, then, huzzah huzzah, because there is a place where all of that, and more, exists for you to click and click and click some more. I'll be posting your funny videos and images there, which is great news for all of you who have emailed me your funny videos or thought of emailing me your funny videos. And the people have made The Comic's Comic a "recommended" site, which means they'll be introducing more readers to the wonders that abound here, from the daily silliness that comes out of my fingers and onto the page, to breaking comedy news,...

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Part two of “Raaaaaaaandy” illuminates the stand-up comedy scene

The Aziz Ansari documentary/promotional run continues for Funny People, and in this second installment, we see how Raaaaaaaandy watches himself for clues and takes ample notes. This is how both Dat Phan and Orny Adams became huge, right? There's also a chance to see how he takes advantage of the comedians touring with him, which conjures up a few other legendary stand-ups. As I mentioned before, the sad/funny thing will be to see whether "Raaaaaaaandy" becomes as popular or more so than Aziz. Raaaaaaaandy – Part 2 (Funny People) from Aziz...

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