Hulu attempts a lighthearted comedy spinoff with “How I Met Your Father” and falls into an oblivion of laugh tracks and bad jokes. Hillary Duff leads the cast in the series as a single woman in New York named Sophie who is searching for love on her Tinder app, hardly an innovative spin on a stereotypical plot. Ultimately the show fails to bring anything new to our streaming screens and falls short in replicating the success of its predecessor “How I Met Your Mother”(2005). We’ve …
Chappelle tells white people to ‘come get these n**** lessons’
Once again, Dave Chappelle proved to be poignant, cynical, straight-forward, and most importantly, downright hilarious in between smoking a cigarette, live on-stage while hosting “Saturday Night Live.” If white America thought life was going to get any easier now that Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential Election, Chappelle politely reminds them of the misery and despair that was conveniently forgotten prior to the Trump campaign.
Have a laugh with comedy while in quarantine
Bored at home during the quarantine and wanting a good laugh, well scroll on by to the Comedy Quarantine page on Instagram for a live show featuring various comedians and while you are watching, help and support local comedians by tipping. Comedy Quarantine, an Instagram live show that features many different comedians during the COVID-19 pandemic. The comedy show is aired every weekday at 7 p.m. pacific standard time with its host for the night Teresa Lee. Comedy Quarantine helps support comedians whose performances were …
Deadpool 2: Wasn’t that Thanos?
Profanity Warning: I say fuck. I am a huge Deadpool fan, as a lot of people who like comic book superheroes are. There’s something about his 4th-wall-breaking, dark and unpredictable humor that makes him such a fun character. So when I heard that there was going to be a Deadpool movie two years ago, I was ecstatic. And for good reason; that movie was amazing. Ryan Reynolds captured the character perfectly, unlike his portrayal in the 2008 “X-men Origins: Wolverine.” Fuck that movie. But now …
Media cries Wolf
At the annual White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) dinner, Michelle Wolf both intrigued and disgusted audience members, causing controversy that put her name on the map, a technique Trump used to become the President of the United States.
‘Isle of Dogs’: I love dogs
Dog lovers rejoice for the “Isle of Dogs”, a film that uses unique stop-motion effects that couple smoothly with Wes Anderson’s visual style, and creates a riveting tale that reminds us why dogs are man’s best friend.
‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’: Deconstructing the rom-com tropes
The crazy ex-girlfriend trope has survived for so long in romantic comedy media. The CW musical show with the same title is not about perpetuating this belittling label, it’s about deconstructing it.
Ice House open mic night brings the funny
For the last four years, up and coming comedians have participated in the Ice House’s free open mic night to entertain their peers and have an all around good time.
Students Audition to Serve “Two Masters”
Anita Adcock, a professor for the Visual, Media, and Performing Arts Division of Pasadena City College, is undertaking one of her greatest projects in her fourteen years of teaching: directing a live production of Carlo Goldoni’s “Servant of Two Masters,” which is set to debut in late April.
Pasadena comedy house offers great laughs and morals
A local comedy club showcases comedy legends as well as upcoming ones, and the venue has a hidden quality of teaching young men to become a gentleman.