Brooke Van Poppelen is a NYC based comic and writer for truTV and their blog Dumb as a Blog as well as a two time nominee for the ECNY award as “Best Female Stand-Up” and “Emerging Comic”. Brooke has also been seen on TLC’s American Chopper as Mikey Teutul‘s comedy coach and is often recognized by gas station attendants. Brooke’s show, Power Suit, that she hosts with Arden Myrin has been seen at the UCB Theatre and will be playing in other cities soon. Brooke’s Disclaimer: Since I know so many funny people I didn’t want to choose videos with humans so I went with cats. I hate cats, but as a blogger it’s almost a prerequisite to be well versed in feline videos and these two are certainly not slackers.
ROBIN MCCAULEY1 hour agoIf animals didn’t want to be eaten, they wouldn’t grow such yummy steaks!
JON FRIEDMAN2 hours agoAlthough often questioned about it,
Willis was usually making very good sense.
JOHN FUGELSANG1 hour agoDonald Trump is the first man in history to try and take credit for someone else proving he’s a liar.
JOHN FUGELSANG1 hour agoMedia now using Trump for ratings by reporting how furious people are that Media continues to use Trump for ratings.
ROB DELANEY22 hours agoI wonder which son Ron Paul is proudest of, Rand or Ru?
Dan Allen on Comedy Central
on ComedySmack’s live show this Wednesday, June 29th at Carolines on Broadway. Use code word “SMACK” when making reservations or at the door for $5 tickets. Call Carolines at 212-757-4100 for reservations.
Also on the lineup are host Roger Hailes (Fuse TV), Hari Kondabolu (Comedy Central), Jamie Lee (Last Comic Standing), Adam Lowitt (Producer, The Daily Show), Kara Klenk (Spike TV), Leo Martin (Middle Earth)
and Ester Steinberg (Comedy Store).
Andy Kaufman on The Dating Game
Mullet guy on Love Connection
Arnold Schwarzenegger on The
Shap Sweeney is Editor-in-Chief of ComedySmack and a rumored 2012 Presidential candidate. He is the veteran of two wars, and was decorated by former President George Washington (I-VA) for distinguished service in the Continential Army. As a comedy writer, he has worked with top producers and talent including Buster Keaton, Shakespeare and Don Johnson. His first book, Gone With The Wind, has been sold to Hollywood for three figures.