Here and Now is stand up comedian Ellen DeGeneres’ second HBO comedy special. The stand up comedy show was filmed at the Beacon Theater on Broadway in New York City, New York and first aired on June 28th, 2003. Directed by Joel Gallen, the 60 minutes Here and Now stand up comedy show was released on DVD on June 1, 2004.
Margaret Cho’s stand-up comedy, “Revolution”, was released on August 17, 2004 by the Wellspring Studio and was filmed live at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. The 85 minutes stand-up performance is directed by Lorene Machado.
Frank Caliendo’s stand-up comedy, The Giggles Shakey Cam DVD is a 54 minutes stand-up performance. The comedy show was first performed live at Giggles Comedy Pub in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 2004.
Dice Rules is a stand-up comedy performed by Andrew Dice Clay, released on April 20, 2004 by the Kions Gate Studio. The 88 minutes comedy performance is directed by Jay Dubin.
Politics is a stand-up comedy performed by Ricky Gervais and directed by Dominic Brigstocke. The 68 minutes stand-up special has been released on 15 November 2004 by the Universal Pictures UK. The DVD also contains a special features,Karl Pilkington.
Billy Connolly recorded his live Two Night Stand video during his tour of Britain in 1997.The stand-up comedy video is split into two shows: one in London and the other in Glasgow. Both shows run about 45 minutes each. The DVD Billy Connolly – Two Night Stand was released in October 11, 2004, for all of his fans delight.
Bill Bailey’s ‘Part troll’ gathered the laughs and good spirits at the Hammersmith Apollo in June 2004 when he definitely owned the stage.
Billy Connolly Live 2002 was released on DVD, on October 11, 2004 and includes highlights from Billy Connolly's 2002 tour.
Bill Cosby's stand up comedy show Himself was filmed in 1983, at the Hamilton Place Theatre, in Hamilton, Ontario, before a live audience.
Dave Chappelle`s For What It`s Worth stand-up comedy show was filmed in San Francisco in 2004 at the well-known The Fillmore, on September 4th. Then the DVD was released on August 16th, 2005.
Why You Crying? is a video by George Lopez, directed by Paul Miller, released on DVD on 13th September 2005. In the video Lopez focuses on his childhood experience, that is, a Latino growing up in the United States of America, in a place that became his comedy platform. What the comedian does is taking you, while watching his performance, on a liberating journey as he presents in detail his life and the Mexican culture.
Pablo Francisco`s Bits and Pieces: Live from Orange County is the stand-up comedy show`s full name and it was filmed in early 2004 in Southern California.
Chris Rock’s Never Scared video, released on DVD in 2004, is the comic's fourth HBO special, after Big Ass Jokes, Bring the Pain and Bigger and Blacker. Filmed at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC, the Chris Rock’s Never scared stand-up comedy show starts off slowly, but it get hotter every minute.