This is a selection of short stand up comedy clips. Comedians that we, at BCO, like and try to promote. This is why we put a hot girl instead of a normal meaningless picture... to get your attention! Check them out now :)
Comedienne, producer and writer Aida Rodriguez is taking the stand up stage on NuvoTV’s show “Stand Up and Deliver” and making the Latina single mothers community proud. Her humor is natural and who doesn’t like a sexy mom on stage talking about the single life. Men love her, women love her too because she tells things straight.
Barackdubs is known for making Barack Obama to sing some music hits like Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call me Maybe” and M.C Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This”. This time, the President is singing Daft Punk’s summer hit “Get Lucky” and Barackdubs worked hard on this. The video is so good that even Obama’s tone is the right one for the song.
On the first day of YouTube Comedy Week we’ve had fun with Ricky Gervais’s lesson guitar and Sarah Silverman’s comedy song but this event managed to bring out a new era of comedy. We expected more stand-up and less music sketches this week but it’s only the second day so we won’t lose our faith so easy.
It’s time to reveal the past of our favorite comedians. If last week we’ve had Amanda Bynes doing stand-up at 10 years-old, this time we go back in time to see Zack Galifianakis and Ken Jeong doing stand-up comedy together in 1998.
The Mighty Boosh, an old comedy troupe from Britain who made our childhood with "The Legends of Old Gregg". Everytime you see the sketch gives you a different perception than before and it's funnier. Old Gregg is a hermaphroditic merman who lives in a lake cave. Funny as hell, the sketch looks great especially when you see the him as a half creature-half ballerina man. This is truly BCO aprooved.
There are so many parodies of Justin Timberlake’s hit “Suit & Tie” but the College Humor version is the best.
Chris D’Elia is becoming one of the best comedians and actors in the comedy world. Recently named one of Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch," D’Elia quickly became a regular at the Hollywood Comedy Clubs where he performs multiple times a week. Best known for his physical humor, he is now crisscrossing the country performing his stand-up act.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes performs live at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. He talks about US/Mexican relations and his love of Mexican culture and the badassity of the Mexican flag.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes performs live at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. He talks about visiting his relatives in Argentina and how he fell in love with soccer. He also explains why the United States should dedicate most of its resources to winning the World Cup.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes visits China to reveal his youthful misguided communist aspirations. He also has a little fun with the predominately British audience by pointing out their athletic ineptitude and their fickle dialect.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes offers his thoughts on Australian history, Michael Hutchence and the sexual habits of the continent's favorite marsupial.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes visits London (Honkey Motherland) to discover the joyous sound of London Cockney accents and experience the difference between British and American police. He also takes a side trip to Nottingham in search of Robin Hood.
International Comedian Tom Rhodes visits Jakarta right after September 11th as part of a series of videos he's collected on his travels around the world performing stand up comedy. He discovers the ins and outs of Indonesian humor while defying the warnings of local officials for Americans to lay low. He also makes some recommendations that could get the Middle East to lighten up.