A deadpan Nate Bargatze recounts his awkward adventures in entertaining prisoners, shopping for hammocks and touring a house of exotic reptiles.
Fortune Feimster riffs on her life as a Southern-born, fried chicken-loving "gold star" lesbian -- and her epic first plunge into edible marijuana.
With pen in hand, Deon Cole checks off jokes about black Band-Aids, food racism and Caitlyn Jenner, all while dishing out some sobering truths.
Nikki Glaser's armed with stories about airport travel, online dating, sexual "situations" and more. And she's not afraid to overshare.
Meet Beth Stelling. She loves her mom, frozen yogurt and flouting the three ounces rule at airport security. And, yes, she's very funny.
He's a 33-year-old pothead who still lives with a roommate. Other than that, comedian Dan Soder has the world by the tail.
From middle-school taunts to stolen teeth to humbling moments at the gym: Joe List shows off his knack for turning humiliation into inspired comedy.
Fierce London-born comic Gina Yashere riffs on American TV shows, her first trip to Alabama and her overprotective mother's scrapbook of horrors.
Comic Kyle Kinane turns a beady eye on the Ku Klux Klan, society's collapse and why everything doesn't happen for a reason.
From her dad's Facebook rants to her mom's attempts to bond with strangers, Rachel Feinstein shares oh-so-relatable moments of parental mortification.
Brent Morin laments his reliance on Uber, describes mysterious quests with friends and strangers, and reveals why he’ll do anything if you ask twice.
Aparna Nancherla touches on airports and napping, then creatively calls out trolls and highlights the pitfalls of modern communication.