The Washington area is becoming a hotbed for amateur stand-up comedy.
The shows are the same format as his Louis C.K.-produced special, "Todd Barry: The Crowd Work Tour."
McHale is an equal opportunity offender. Though his usual targets are tabloid fixtures, I’m confident he can apply his insult-generating powers to the political and media elite.
“I’m political in the sense that I talk about issues,” the Queens, N.Y., native says.
The study is based on info culled from 50 cities and surveys of residents. I wanted to pick apart some data points to see why D.C. ranked so high.
The stand-up comedian says he's going to look for spies at the Hard Rock Cafe while in town this weekend.
The World Champion also chats about pingpong, soccer and the Sochi Olympics.
And it all has to do with "find and replace." Fiscal and fecal are close in spelling, but one is obviously a lot funnier than the other.
Comedian Sara Schaefer, 35, could have lashed out when she got word last November that MTV would not renew “Nikki & Sara Live,” the late-night series she co-hosted with Nikki Glaser.
Comedian Todd Glass' show at the DC Improv was pretty strange, complete with jazz, special lighting, and improvization. And somehow it worked.