Craig and Day Day have finally moved out of their parents houses and into their own crib. The cousins work nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas Eve they team up to track him down.
Stand-up veteran Deon Cole dazzles the crowd with his sharp jokes and easy charm in his first hour-long special. He pontificates on subjects ranging from the endless uses for plastic bags to how he knows he’s aging to why we’ll never have another black president. Cole’s observations about race, society, and everyday life are often absurd and always intelligent.
Daniel Tosh is brutally honest in his newest stand-up special filmed at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles. The comedian takes piercing shots at everyone, including couples who can’t conceive, parents of sick children, hoarders, marathoners, and his fans.
Paul F. Tompkins tells tales of haunting one’s own house, disastrous attempts at pretend fatherhood, carrying a learner’s permit to kill, and marrying a woman who used a fine-print loophole to breach a castle.
Katt Williams ushers in Kattpacalypse, exploding with more energy than an atomic bomb and riffing on everything from Doomsday to Obama. Katt Williams has been the best selling urban comic in the last 10 years and proved to have explosive sales across all platforms from DVD to tours.
In his third one-hour special, Kyle Kinane talks about why his girlfriend doesn’t need to worry about him cheating, reveals the whitest thing he’s ever said, and explains why you have to keep fashion in mind if you insist on carrying a gun.
The “@midnight” host makes things very funcomfortable for the packed house at The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco as he explores awkward and sometimes super creepy memories from both childhood and today. With “the energy of SpongeBob dipped in cocaine water,” Hardwick delves into dealing with anxieties, finds the humor in joining the “Dead Dad Club,” and shares deeply personal anecdotes that most people would be too embarrassed to say out loud.