In the increasingly distant future — 26 years ago this Thanksgiving, A.D. — the greatest Thanksgiving gift of all time was unleashed on the world. On Thanksgiving Day 1988, Twin Cities station KTMA aired the first episodes of what would eventually turn into arguably the biggest, most culturally significant cult TV show of all time.
A surprisingly large number of comedians call Minnesota their home.
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe appeared on Comedy Central’s Colbert Report Tuesday night and shared his views on gay marriage as well as gun control.
A dispute between the owners of DirecTV and MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central has 20 million DirecTV subscribers without 17 channels owned by Viacom. Depending on whom you believe, Viacom yanked the channels or DirecTV blacked them out because of a dispute about retransmission fees.
Meet the little piggy that could, Hamlet. In the last few days, he has become an Internet star.
Minneapolis, prepare to be roasted. The Roast Master General himself will be embarking upon our fair city, as part of his “Jeff Ross Roasts America Tour.”
Comedy Central and Charlie Sheen have taped the roast. It will air September 19th. Here is a preview of some of the jokes. A few are a little raunchy.
Jon Stewart of the Daily show and Bill O’Reilly of the O’Reilly factor enjoy sparring over issues regularly on their popular cable talk shows.
A couple of Seattle Seahawks Players have been using the lockout period to sharpen their comedic skills.
Governor will sit down with Jon Stewart next Friday