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Carlin: The 10 Commandments

In one of his most popular performances, the late and great George Carlin explains why The 10 Commandments is a political document, artificially inflated to sell better. He has the audience rolling in the aisles, when he infuses his own revisions onto the list in this journey into the lighter side of life. Video courtesy of Hajul Ellah.

So, I Moved To Florida!

Comedian Jim Breuer steps into the lighter side of life with a review of his move to Florida, spiced with some impressive sound effects. Upon arriving in the Sunshine State, Breuer says, “I forgot the sun existed!” Here’s more from his comedy special.




Eating Ice Cream At A Theater

Red Skelton pops back into the lighter side of life with one of his wildly popular pantomime skits from early in his career (1954). The performance features a man eating ice cream in a theater.  The clip is courtesy of vintage video clips.

The Old Switcheroo

In this clip from the Fawlty Towers episode, “The Psychiatrist,” things become a bit awkward when an attractive Australian woman comes to stay at the hotel. Basil, played by John Cleese of Monty Python fame, accidently gropes the beautiful Aussie instead of the light switch, only to get busted by his wife. This sojourn into the lighter side of life is courtesy of Fawlty’s Vault.

Funny Signs You’ve Never Seen

Comedian Lucas Bohn steps into the lighter side of life with the funniest signs you’ve never seen. And he’s got pictures of them, just in case you don’t believe it. More from Dry Bar Comedy.

The Substitute Teacher

Chris Kattan roles into the lighter side of life with his part as incoherent substitute teacher Suel Forrester, who puzzles students with his babbling, in this vintage Saturday Night Live skit. Video courtesy of SNL.

Benny Hill: S.S. Rumpo Cruise

British comedy legend Benny Hill is back with his fun and naughty games with the babes on the S.S. Rumpo cruise. Video is courtesy of British Comedy in this week’s version of the lighter side of life.

Dr. Evil, AKA Klaus Schwab

Actor Mike Myers, aka Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers film series, saunters into the lighter side of life, as he mirrors his non-fictitious counterpart, Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. The political parody features Dr. Evil’s sinister interpretation of the Deep State’s Great Reset. Video is courtesy of Synopsis.




The Moth Joke

We continue to embrace the lighter side of life with a tribute to beloved comedian Norm Macdonald in this hilarious rendition of his iconic moth joke.

In this vintage clip, the Saturday Night Live alum, who died last week at age 61, keeps host Conan O’Brien and the “Conan” audience in suspense with the longer version of the joke, before reaching the punchline. Video courtesy of Team Coco.

Gottfried’s Take On Moby Dick

Comedian Gilbert Gottfried unleashes his in-your-face brand of humor on a receptive crowd in this edition of the lighter side of life. Employing his signature screaming delivery, Gottfried casts light on the inspiration behind Herman Melville’s classic novel, Moby Dick. Video, courtesy of Mike Henry.

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