Tag: Comedy Central

Brian Moses, stand-up comic, creator and co-producer of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, defender of un-politically correct speech and hilarious individual, talks with Bridget about getting started in stand-up in San Diego, the period when he was living out of his car, the reality of white privilege, and why humanity might not be old enough to believe in God. He and Bridget cover the cultural appropriation of Jesus, that Bridget believes in past lives, ghosts and aliens because they make life more interesting, and how trying to make it in LA is almost like being in an abusive relationship and/or living with a disease. Don’t miss their definition of “making it,” Moses’s ambition to continue progressing and raising the bar in the comedy genre, and why as a black man, he loves the Orwellian surveillance in the UK.

**Warning** This episode is not for the easily offended.


Contributor Post Created with Sketch. The Uncertain Future of Stephen Colbert, the “Superman” Who Bleeds


Things are not going well.Drudge teased this headline all day as “developing” then finally gave us a link to the New York Times: “CBS rebooting ‘LATE SHOW’ with Colbert…

It’s a show that certainly needs a “reboot,” since “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” has been a ratings failure — unwatchable to at least half the country. Why? Because Colbert is just another in long line of preachy lefty “political entertainers” who sacrifice humor for message.


Promoted from the Ricochet Member Feed by Editors Created with Sketch. How Did Comedy Central Miss Ricochet’s Guy?


It couldn’t possibly be because of his flamboyant, out-of-the-closet conservatism, could it? Fellow Ricochetti, I submit the following purely for your enjoyment: one conservative’s takes on marriage, airport security and the superiority of Las Vegas over San Francisco. I’ll be here all week.


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I watched ‘soon to be retired’ Jon Stewart seldomly and most of his shows I have only seen online. He is funny, sarcastic and certainly made those he skewered (Conservatives) look idiotic. As a Conservative, I only felt little animus toward him, as I acknowledge his talent and simply voted with my remote. More

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