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Carpenters And Astronauts

Red Skelton, the master of pantomime, dazzles the audience in this 1965 episode of “The Ed Sullivan Show,” with his iconic “Carpenters and Astronauts” routine. Before launching into his skits, he shows off his stand-up talent, which includes a couple of jabs at Ed Sullivan himself, as we celebrate the lighter side of life.

A Man Of Many Faces

Brit Charles Hopkinson takes a double-barrelled shot at the lighter side of life with impressions and a slice of comedy. His stand-up is a character act about a retired math teacher and includes dead-on impressions of Morgan Freeman, Robin Williams, Liam Neeson and Sir David Attenborough, among others.

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Steve Harvey’s Ghetto Wedding

Before skyrocketing to the top as a game-show host, Steve Harvey pretty much held his own in stand-up comedy. In one of his classic performances, Harvey wows the audience with his description of a ghetto wedding in this installment of the lighter side of life.

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Uncle Joe Tells A Story

Here, stand-up comedian Thomas Shillue offers his parody of Joe Biden telling a story.

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Michael Bloomberg is so busy lecturing farmers he doesn’t notice an incoming blast from rival Joe Biden. More animated fun from Tiberius Maximus.

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Feminist Comedy: A Flop

Face it. Feminist stand-up comedy has never been a powerhouse. And, now, it keeps getting worse. More from Hunter Avallone.

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A Quacking Good Time

Stand-up comic and actor Bob Nelson quacks his way to some rural comedy in this episode of the lighter side of life.

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When Feminists Do Stand-Up

What happens when feminists try and do stand-up comedy? Horrible scary things…More from Hunter Avallone.

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King of the One-Liners

Comedian and musician Henny Youngman skyrocketed to fame during a six-decade career with the mastery of the one-liner. Youngman’s wowed audiences with his one-line jokes–punch line and all–and an occasional musical interlude on his violin. In the following video by Sneakers, watch as Youngman rapidly rattles off a series of one-liners, much to the delight of the audience in this edition of the lighter side of life.

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Achmed the Dead Terrorist

Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham introduces Achmed the Dead Terrorist to his son for the first time in his latest stand-up performance on the lighter side of life.

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Owen Benjamin: The Deceiver

In tribute to the courageous and principled bearlord, Owen Benjamin. With respects to the ruthless robot of REAL CONSPIRACY. By Hengist Mountebank (Bugbear).




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