2 months ago | Comedy
Fred Rothman was a fur trapper, World War I sergeant and telegraph operator for the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1915 he founded Downtown L.A.’s wildly profitable Angelus Typewriter company. Before the Depression struck, Rothman owned three of fo...
4 months ago | Comedy
“All right Adam, don’t be the piece of garbage we know you are!” A yellow softball whiffs over home plate, but good-natured insults are landing hard and fast at the double-header championship of L.A.’s Comedy Softball League. Weekly games are on S...
5 months ago | Comedy
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6 months ago | Comedy
As a kid, Bob Saget snuck into a taping of Norman Lear’s All in the Family. “It was live theater done to perfection,” Saget reminisces. These days the former Full House and America’s Funniest Home Videos star counts the 94-year-old writer-producer...
8 months ago | Comedy
"You are an angry, Jewish gay man and we need you out here, so thank you," guest Wanda Sykes tells host Guy Branum on an early episode of TruTV's new series Talk Show the Game Show. "Political grandstanding," panel judge Casey Schreiner chime...
11 months ago | Comedy
Fun fact: Jonathan Katz once sold a vial of Robin Williams’ urine to a rabid fan for $500. The unassuming comedian, writer and actor behind the influential ’90s animated series Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist began his entertainment career l...