Perhaps the only constant since the beginning of time has been the lack of understanding between the sexes. It's the age-old complaint: "Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars". Well, put your worries to rest. Four of today's funniest comedians have it.
These inspired standup performances feature stories about being sort-of famous. Take an epic journey to the Saturday Night Live 25th Anniversary Show and into the depths of Julia Sweeney's soul. Watch Dana Gould get his pilot tested. Plus great snapshots of near-fame from Bobcat Goldthwait, Beth Lapides, and a gem of a song from Andy Dick with music by Andras Jones (we think).
Dana Gould performing comedy about fears, live at Josh and Josh Show on March 20, 2014.
"Dana Gould is possibly the funniest man alive!"
Gifted comedian Dana Gould takes us to the heart of darkness of insomnia.
A captivating storyteller, Dana Gould ricochets across the stage, taking the audience on a wild ride. He engulfs them in twisted stories about the intricacies of his peculiarly eventful life. Be it as mundane as a quest for fair auto insurance, or as bizarre as a trip to the hospital to get a live moth removed from inside his ear, Gould's act redefines the art of stand-up comedy.
"Holy shit, The Moon!!!"
Dana Gould turns out to be the good seed when you hear about his dad. Gould was a writer and producer on The Simpsons and a veteran club comedian with Comedy Central and HBO specials. His work is also available in the Un-Cabaret Stand-Up series.
Classic Un-Cab adventures with Dana's Dad, and a new house that makes Dana take a look at himself.
Dana Gould admits it's hip to be square. You'll hear about why Dana adopted, spooky ghost Jesus, and the sanctity of the Bat Cave. DANA GOULD was a writer and producer on The Simpsons and a veteran club comedian, with Comedy Central and HBO specials. His work is also available in the Un-Cabaret Stand-Up series. This piece was recorded at Un-Cabaret's spoken-word series "Say the Word", featuring great comedy writers reading their own original first-person non-fiction.
Dana Gould's dad has a little too much to drink at Thanksgiving. Performed at Largo on November 17, 1997.
[Contains explicit content] Is there one job that doesn't stress you out? Performed at Largo on November 15, 1997.