The "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" funnyman releases his book, "The Smartest Book in the World," on May 5. He crafts a guest list for the ultimate cerebral dinner party. Watch your back, Trebek.
Stand-up comic Marc Maron hosts the uber-popular podcast, WTF, and portrays a fictionalized version of himself in the TV series, "Maron," the second season of which debuted this week on IFC. He offers listeners advice on cats, subway creeps, and - most importantly - what to do when Hitler steals your time machine.
On comedian Billy Eichner's show, "Billy on the Street," he grabs random New Yorkers, shoves a microphone in their face, and yells questions. We figured it was time he answer a few, behind our microphone.
In an attempt to recreate a sweet tradition started by his father, Matt Walsh accidentally terrifies his child, ruins the Easter Bunny, and nearly breaks a window.
Standup, author, and producer Carol Leifer is best known for her work as a writer for TV hits like "Seinfeld." Her newest book, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying," offers advice on succeeding in life and business. So we asked her to do the same for our listeners.
On Andy Daly's television show, he plays a journalist who will review any life experience - except this is a comedy show and his character isn't exactly Nellie Bly. In his gonzo list, he highlights others who have gone 'undercover' with comic results.
Comedian Amy Schumer's provocative style of humor has gained her a following, a Comedy Central series, and a stand-up special. She chats with Brendan about finding god in Paul Giamatti, the unique feedback she gets, and the freaks who run public radio.
The writer, movie star and comedy legend talks about his award-winning music… and reveals his ultimate Super Bowl joke.
Comedy Central's "Broad City" is inspired by the real-life friendship of show creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer. We asked the pals to share some other fictional duos with dynamics that inspire them.
Stephen Fry studied to be a tweedy Shakespeare scholar before a life of acting and comedy distracted him. Now he is returning to his roots and making his Broadway debut in "Twelfth Night."