In Kathleen's new special, one of America's funniest comics drops in on Detroit, her favorite road city. She delivers an hour of new material from time spent with her Irish Catholic Midwest family, eating random pills out of her mother's purse, touring Afghanistan, her unparalleled love of John Denver, and the Lunesta butterfly.
"She just makes you laugh!"
Kathleen Madigan wastes no time celebrating Paula Abdul, Larry King, and Siamese twins. Then, Thea Vidale gets sassy about the whitest black men, marijuana legalization, and seeing Jesus. Finally, Maz Jobrani discusses the idiosyncrasies of working in TV and the many flavors of Arabs.
Comedian Heidi Joyce's Stand-Up Against Domestic Violence, a comedy benefit to fight domestic violence, features an all-star line-up of America's brightest and funniest women, with all proceeds benefiting the National Network Against Domestic Violence and other domestic violence charities across the country.
[Contains explicit content] Kathleen gets sentimental about PBS. Performed for her album Madigan Again.
[Contains explicit content] Kathleen Madigan talks about the presidency. Performed at Royal Oak Music Theatre, Detroit, Michigan on May 4, 2013 for her album, Madigan Again.