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14 Ways to Laugh Your Ass Off

Thanksgiving is upon us and before we know it, the holidays will be in full swing. That said, there is plenty of opportunity to laugh your ass off before approaching the hectic magic that is the holiday season. God knows you'll need it.

12 Ways to Laugh Your Ass Off

The end of October and the beginning of November is the perfect time for you to be subject to lots of funny and offensive things...and here they are.

12 Ways to Laugh Your Ass Off

From drag re-enactments of Friends to stoner comedians to stars from Arrested Development, there are loads of reasons to laugh in the next two weeks.

13 Questions With Comedian Sammy Obeid

Sammy Obeid is one of many who are out there representing the comedy greatness that comes out of the San Francisco Bay Area.

16 Ways to Laugh Your Ass Off

There are plenty of reasons to laugh — especially in the next two weeksThat said, here are 16 specific reasons to get you chuckling.

Get Ready for SF Sketchfest LOLs Starting Thursday

Attention sad sacks, Eeyores, and Ms. Deborah Downer: your time is up. A bevy of delightfully demented comedic minds storms the city for SF Sketchfest starting Thursday, ready to chip away at your seasonal affective disorder. The festival brings together the country's best and brightest stars and schleppers from the worlds of stand-up, sketch comedy, sitcoms, improv and films—including a special screening of The Naked Gun starring the late, great Leslie Nielsen at the Castro Theatre—featuring onstage interviews with director David Zucker and leading lady Priscilla Presley—proudly sponsored by 7x7.

SNL's Seth Meyers Lands in Berkeley Next Week

SNL's Seth Meyers Lands in Berkeley Next Week

Count Saturday Night Live head writer and Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers among the world's thinking-man's comedians.

The Whitest Kids U'Know Invade SF Sketchfest

Why the Whitest Kids U' Know May Be The Funniest Kids You Don't Know

I'm mid-interview with Sam Brown and Zach Cregger from the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U'Know, searching for the words that might explain what makes them hilarious, as if they needed one more testimonial. They don't, of course — their IFC show and millions of YouTube video fans are proof that something they're doing is working. But what is it, exactly, that runs through all of their sketches?

For one, they know when to not say "When." They'll often take ideas and extend them and milk them until no surplus jokes remain, and then they'll milk it a bit more.

Norm MacDonald Plays with Persona at Cobb's

A good way to tell if Norm MacDonald is killing a standup set is to just watch how much he’s giggling to himself. For whatever reason, when the cameras aren’t rolling, the comic icon lets his guard down and drops the trademark deadpan just a bit, but only when he knows he’s really hit on some new bizarre thought — the kind of thought that only he and his cultish, devoted following could find laughable.

Last Weekend to Catch Killing My Lobster Conquers the Galaxy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Killing My Lobster straps on rocket boots to stamp their crustacean brand of funny on the final frontier. These intrepid comedic souls brave worm holes and time portals to defeat wizards, Italians, and other impingers on space justice, with phasers that may or may not be made of cardboard.

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