Day: December 20, 2016

Review: Gabriel Iglesias “I’m Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry” on Netflix

Gabriel Iglesias has released his sixth stand-up comedy special, and first for Netflix. It’s called Gabriel Iglesias: I’m Sorry For What I Said While I Was Hungry, and I reviewed it for my friends at Decider. Here’s an excerpt: And he has become popular enough now that he’s the focus of celebrity death hoaxes, and he’s shared his stories with us for long enough now where his son, Frankie —long a fixture in his act— is graduating from high school. Iglesias wants Frankie to attend college, and imagines selling him on an exchange program with an African child who’d appreciate the American...

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WHAT A JOKE: Comedians organize festival of shows nationwide over Inauguration Day Weekend to support ACLU

If you think Donald J. Trump becoming President of the United States of America is a gift to comedians, well, not exactly. In fact, some comedians are rallying against Trump and raising money for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), staging a nationwide festival of shows over the Inauguration Day Weekend (Trump formally takes office on Jan. 20, 2017). They’re calling it WHAT A JOKE. Produced by Emily Winter and Jenn Welch, their mission statement is simple: “In response to our President-elect’s repeated threats on our human rights, comedians in over 20 cities are coordinating shows to raise money for...

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