A special "best of" presentation from Volumes 11 through 20, featuring Tom Dreesen, Charles Fleischer, Mike Marino, Gary Gulman, Jerry Diner, Norm McDonald, Ian Edwards, Jim Jefferies, Jo Koy, Bob Marley, Dom Irrera, Bob Saget, Sebastian, and Daniel Tosh.
Gary Gulman takes on the absurd realities of living in a financial crisis with this live stand-up special recorded at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston. He gives the kind of recession-busting tips you can't get from the Wall Street Journal and pep talks to the mere billionaires among us who can't hold their heads high next to Bill Gates.
Gary Gulman lets it rip with a routine that'll leave you laughing out loud and gasping for air. Fresh from his smash-hit appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, and Last Comic Standing, Gary tackles all of your favorite topics like Hanukkah vs. Christmas, Fig Newtons, fortune cookies, fruit salad, sex, and everything in between.
Gary Gulman's debut album finds his classic brand of observational comedy on full display, with his take on everything from the problem with grapefruit to the hierarchy of cookies.
Jim Florentine tells Dom his very first joke, and shares his memories of shows he's done with Dom over the years. Then, Al Del Bene promotes dating among audience members and explains why his wife can't cook. New Jersey native Mike Marino explains why he doesn't use his turn signals and why you should make the LAPD work for it when they give you a speeding ticket. Finally, Gary Gulman says he's not ready for Germans to be funny and that Jews are behind the greatest inventions and comedy.
Gary Gulman explains how jello stays in business. Performed at El Portal Theater, North Hollywood, California on April 17, 2014.
[Contains explicit content] Gary doesn't like to wake up early. Performed for his album Conversations With Inanimate Objects.
[Contains explicit content] Gary Gulman names Oreos "the Michael Jordan of cookies." Performed at El Portal Theater, North Hollywood, California on April 17, 2014.
Gary Gulman talks about his Mom's introduction to Judaism from his album, Boyish Man, performed live on April 17, 2014.
Gary Gulman loves Christmas caroling. Performed live for his album Boyish Man on April 17, 2014.
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Gary loved growing up in the 80s. Performed at El Portal Theater, North Hollywood, California on April 17, 2014.