Peter Cook and John Belushi were two comics cut from the same cloth, dosed in booze, stuck in the top of a bottle and lit afire.
Recently, I was bamboozled into buying a product I didn’t want. Side note: For Sale – the Dead Sea.
We’re living through a golden age of satire. But it’s not causing as much change as we think.
Hugo Morthanigo reports from Singapore on the upcoming meeting between Trump and Kim and how the local authorities plan to dispose of the nuclear fallout.
The internet claimed a rare victory in re-instating Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Why it might be derided as a petty matter, there’s a case to be made that it is anything but.
Back in November, comedian Matt Okine travelled to PNG to see the meaningful progress being made to combat the horrific culture of violence against women.
Every so often, a satire comes along that transcends the form. ‘The Death of Stalin’ is very much that. Go see it.
It’s the thing that all comedians fear: the brain fart. While Tig Notaro is not immune to this phenomenon, she knows how to navigate it.
So, we’ve finally caught up with Chris Lilley. But the decade in between has offered many examples of blackface. What’s your problem, Australia?
We spoke with Cameron James, a man who has been called “The next big thing of Australian comedy” and “a ginger bearded knob”, about why you shouldn’t follow your heart. Or regift.
In episode two of web-comedy Blow Your Own Trumpet, Chloe selects a candidate to run against Trump (wait…what?) and turns to door-knocking to raise awareness for her cause.
Peep the comedy actioner Keeping Up With The Joneses, which includes Jon being Hammson (sorry) and Zach Galifianakis as the straight man. Also, guns.
In episode one of new web-comedy Blow Your Own Trumpet, meet Chloe Anderson, the ambitious young Aussie redhead who has flown to the USA to save them from a certain candidate in the presidential election.
The Big Smoke speaks to power-ginger JP Sears about his process of inner enlightenment, and bringing ultra-spirituality to the masses.
We spoke to Joe Tasker, the YouTube sketch comedian with a superb handling on the banality of our pointless, pointless lives.
Gearing up to tour Get In My Head across the Eastern side of Australia, world-renowned comedian Arj Barker joins us for the TBS Ten.
TBS spoke with the three friendos from FND Films about inspiration, and the importance of crazy
Tinder. Yeah, some of us use it for some things…but what about the most important of all, dinner? Well, relax. It exists…sort of.
Ever wanted to know what aliens would make of our movies in the distant future? Yeah, us neither, but it’s hilarious. Enjoy Pulp Fiction.
From my meeting him, an émigré from Venezuela, to seeing him on stage at the Melbourne Comedy Gala, it’s been a wild ride for my friend.
Puns. They’re not hurting anyone, right? Wrong. Radical pundamentalist joke killers are on the rise, and you could be next.
Basing our opinion on our emotional reaction makes us feel safe, but it is merely a defence of not knowing enough about the topic.