Day: October 10, 2013

Tom Cotter on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Tom Cotter returned to Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson for another stand-up set on Wednesday night’s show. This time around, Cotter talked up how stand-up comedy is a dream job, mostly when compared to all of the other jobs out there. Like your job, for example. Are you working? Are you unemployed? Either way, Cotter’s job is better. He even gets to make a Chris Rock joke. Well, a joke about Chris Rock. Well, I’m not going to tell you the joke. Roll the...

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Caitlin Brodnick’s most personal story yet: “Screw You, Cancer”

Angelina Jolie may be the most famous person you’ve ever known to openly discuss BRCA mutations and breast cancer, but it’s even more likely that you don’t know Jolie. I do know Caitlin Brodnick. And so should you. Brodnick, a 28-year-old comedian by night (and legal secretary by day) in New York City, is beautiful, brave and wickedly charming. She is a friend of mine. She is a neighbor of mine. And now she is sharing an intimate part of her life’s story with the world, almost in real time. Brodnick’s documentary webseries for Glamour magazine, “Screw You Cancer,”...

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Mike Wysocki on The Arsenio Hall Show

Mike Wysocki¬†is a stand-up comedian from Pittsburgh who usually spends his mornings sharing his opinions on the local radio around the Three Rivers airwaves on WDVE-FM (102.5), but he had to make a run for the border to earn his big late-night TV break last night on Arsenio. I listened to Arsenio Hall read Wysocki’s intro a couple of times, but still had to look it up online to figure out what the heck he was talking about — Wysocki won his late-night slot last night via last weekend’s “Jack Rollins Breakthrough Talent Competition” at the inaugural Cabo Comedy...

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