In this week’s cold open, Saturday Night Live presented a pretty OK sketch about President-elect (***barf***) Donald J. Trump, as played by acclaimed actor Alec Baldwin, interrupting an all-too important security briefing to retweet random people in a blind rage, which is what the real Trump actually did this week in another one-sided beef with a media organization. And guess, what? Real Trump (this time) tweeted in a blind rage against SNL: Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable!Read More →
Camille Harris is back with a brand new song, “Baby on the Subway”. It’s about a baby on a subway and the adults who go ga-ga over her. Treat yourself to the audio single over at iTunes.
The Experiment Comedy Gallery (272 Grand Street, Basement Level, Brooklyn, NY 11211) proudly presents The Fuck Donald Trump Marathon, 31 and 1/2 straight hours of comedy goodness aimed to fuck with the incoming fascist regime of Donald J. Trump. Standup, storytelling, improv, characters, etc. You name it, we’ve got it, all just to show that racist orange garbage bag that love does indeed trump hate and fear. …and punch and pie. The fun starts Friday, January 13th at 6pm andRead More →
Comedy legend Dave Chappelle kicked off his Saturday Night Live hosting duties with a killer 11+ minute opening monologue where joked about the election of Donald Trump and how selfish he has been during the Obama administration as a rich performer. Chappelle’s set was just what we needed after the awful week we’ve all collectively had. In the first sketch after the monologue, Chappelle was joined by Chris Rock as they played (only) two African-Americans at an Election Night viewingRead More →
Every Friday, The Experiment Comedy showcases a comedian you should be following on Twitter in Why Aren’t You Following?. In this week’s edition of WAYF, we proudly present to you the Tweets of New York City-based standup comic, and all-around good dude, Otto Fernandez! Otto Fernandez is currently making a name for himself in The City That Doesn’t Sleep. He hosts the free standup open mic, Fire Hazard, at The Experiment Comedy Gallery (272 Grand Street, Basement Level, Brooklyn,Read More →
After a short hiatus, Why Aren’t You Following is back. Every Friday starting today, The Experiment Comedy will showcase a comedian you should be following on Twitter. In this week’s edition of WAYF, we proudly present to you the Tweets of New York City-based standup comic, and all-around nice person, Hannah Boone! Hannah Boone was a quarter-finalist in the 2012 National Comedy Competition and was also selected in the for the 2012 Seattle International Comedy Competition. Hannah is currentlyRead More →
If you’re interested in a behind the scenes look at Brooklyn’s hosted alternative comedy venue, then The Experiment Comedy Gallery LIVE! will be right in your wheelhouse. Hosted by comedian Michael Lewis and The Experiment Comedy co-founder Mo Fathelbab, The Experiment Comedy Gallery LIVE! broadcasts from the Williamsburg bunker that we’ve all grown to love. The first episode, which debuted today, features all of things you expect from a first episode: intros, fumbling, buffering issues, and whatnot. It’s actuallyRead More →
For the first time in its 111-year history, the entertainment publication Variety endorsed a presidential candidate: Hillary Rodham Clinton: “There are a number of other motivating factors behind our decision. We believe that Clinton is not only the best candidate for the job, but the only candidate. As many endorsements have noted, she has the experience and temperament necessary to make a truly effective president. In fact, it’s hard to think of any presidential candidate with the depth of knowledgeRead More →