Tag - Comedy Central

Demetri Martin. Person. (2007) – DVD...

Film: DVD: Written by: Demetri Martin Directed by: Jay KarasStarring: Demetri Martin Features: Commentary Deleted Scenes Comedy Central Presents… Demetri Martin Tiny Poster Extra Footage Released by: Paramount Home Video / Comedy...

Win TV Funhouse on DVD!

From the people who brought you the TV Funhouse madness on SNL comes the TV Funhouse series from Comedy Central. All eight episodes here on two discs. We happen to have a spare copy. And, you know, our extra DVDness means we can pass the...

Cookie Pride is Not Dead

If I had time to watch television (or indeed, if I still had cable–that might help too), I’d make time to watch both The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Because everything I see from them is brilliant. But alas, I have no life...

Win Drawn Together Season 3 on DVD!

Drawn Together, the demented show that made me laugh my ass off and yet at the same time made me feel like I needed to go take a shower, has come to an end. Paramount and Comedy Central have released the third season on DVD with all twelve...

Win the Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav

The thing about Comedy Central Roasts is that you really do need to see them uncensored. Because they’re so terribly, terribly wrong. And funny. But wrong. Here, Flavor Flav gets the treatment from Katt Williams, Snoop Dogg, Lisa...

Win Tommy Tiernan’s Something Mental!

So the man’s name is Tommy Tiernan, comedian from Ireland. And his new CD and DVD streeted this week, out from Image Entertainment. Here’s what you need to know: Recorded at The Mercury Theater in Chicago, Something Mental...

The Oh Hell I Forgot So-and-So Xmas Shopping...

Okay, so. We’ve all been there. You’ve been at a party, or a function. Or you’ve opened your mail. And…oh shit. Somebody gave you a gift and you weren’t expecting it. Could be your cousin who you thought had...

Strike? What Strike? There’s Plenty of...

First up, Blue Planet from the BBC. The only trouble with watching documentaries on the BBC is that once you get used to the level of quality they provide, you’ll never go back to watching one of those subpar bits from the History...