Finding comedy in everything and everything in comedy. Ron Bennington has been a stand-up comedian and comedy club owner and promoter. He's also been part of two legendary radio shows, the Ron and Ron Radio Network and the Ron and Fez show. All of that experience comes together for Bennington. Three hours of talk entertainment with nationally known comedians.
Today on Bennington, the crew hung out in studio with Matteo Lane, we discuss "The Perfect Song" with Greg Stone and Anthony DeVito, and then play the Street Jokes LIVE show from The Stand in NYC!
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses Russell Wilson and Ciara's photo, the upcoming Cheech Marin Town Hall, Women's Day, Bill Hicks, and the Kids in America song. Ricky Velez drops by the studio to hang out. The show ends with a replay of the late Turner Classic Movie host Robert Osbourne's appearance on the show.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Sherrod Small and Vic Henley are in-studio along with Food Network Chef Carl Ruiz. We talk covers, Carl used to roller skate, Opie shares caddie stories, and helping out your parents. Next, comedian Big Jay Oakerson joins us in-studio, Jay clears up Craig Gass' Philadelphia story from a few weeks ago. Finally, we discuss Aerosmith, Spring Breakers using animals to get drunk, a transgender weightlifter wins a competition, and EZPass.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses Anthony DeVito on Colbert, health care, sports rivalries, and Chris having bronchitis. Mike Recine and Yamaneika Saunders drop by the studio to hang out.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses Chuck Berry, hometown BBQ, police lineups, Keith Robinson at The Stand, and Artie Lange. Amy Miller drops by the studio to hang out.
Today on Bennington, the gang talks about MILFs, microdosing, and Elvis. Brian Setzer stops by the studio and later Jim Florentine drops by.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses alien movie clichés, soda bread, and Guinness. Greg Stone and Andy Fiori drop by the studio to hang out. Later Nick DiPaolo comes by the studio.
Today on Bennington, the gang made it to the studio in the blizzard to discuss prejudice, Seal, Jenn's Tracy Morgan story, hotels, joke songs, Chris not showering, Vito's massage skills, Craig Ferguson, and a fat smelly child who plays catcher. Disco Dan stops by to join the gang in studio.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses scientology, classic rock douchebags, and being ghosted. Kevin Ryan and "Drafthouse Kid" Rustin stop by the studio to hang.
Today on Bennington, the guys recap their newly released Comedy 101 special and talk about how screwed England is for deciding to leave the EU. Tom Segura drops by the studio and the show premieres their UnMasked interview with standup comedian Ali Wong, which was recorded live from the Sirius XM studios in Washington DC.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses Milo's new controversy, misheard song lyrics, and Chris on Tinder. Joe DeRosa drops by the studio to hang.
Today on Bennington, comedian Kathleen Madigan drops by the studio to talk about politics and touring, the guys play their "Where Am I?" game show, and the show unveils the first ever #ComedyRedZone.
Today on Bennington, the gang does their Street Jokes segment and discusses Monopoly ditching the thimble, Trump's awkward press conference, and wooly mammoths. The show ends with UnMasked featuring Judd Apatow, Pete Holmes, and Artie Lange from HBO's new series Crashing.
Today on Bennington, the crew got to hang out with Cheap Trick, who are being inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday. After that, Vito brought up a dilemma he had with some friends at dinner and everyone talked about the best kind of French Fry. Then, when talking about the Dice UnMasked, everyone realized that some friends of the show came in their best "Dice Outfit," wearing leather jackets, and then American legend and icon Buzz Aldrin stopped by to talk about space.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses gambling, the NFL playoffs, America's money culture, the Trump presidency, and the Ringling Bros Circus closing. Janeane Garofalo calls in and Louie Anderson and Adam Ferrara drop by the studio.