The first episode of the comedian and Broad City actor’s podcast is here.
Netflix has become a great place for stand-up specials to find a much bigger audience than they used to. Tons of the latest specials from the likes of John Mulaney, Hannibal Buress, Morgan Murphy, Louis CK, Mike Birbiglia, Maria Bamford,...Show More Summary
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Mike Pence isn’t the only one making strenuous denials of events that happened in the public eye this week. Flavor Flav has responded to reports that he was kicked in the face by Hannibal Buress while a guest on The Eric André Show.Show More Summary
Flavor Flav was on the bootleg Eric Andre Show…and it was pure comedy. Besides Flav being sexually assaulted, he was also kicked in the face at the end of the segment by Hannibal Buress. Yeah…
Eric Andre is up to his usual fuckery again. Flavor Flav was a guest on his show, and you can tell something was amiss from Andre’s introduction of the Public Enemy hypeman as a “civil rights leader.” Flav comes out in true showman form in an all-white three-piece suit and his signature clock chain ready […]
What might be most intriguing about The Eric Andre Show, now in its fourth season on Adult Swim, is that semi-famous people keep showing up to be guests. This time it was Public Enemy hype man Flavor Flav, who appeared to, it seems, promote his new solo album. Show More Summary
Last week on “The Eric Andre Show,” co-host Hannibal Buress kicked Flavor Flav in the face to cap off their interview segment. (At the time, Eric André was sitting naked in a small bathtub that was hidden under his desk.) Now, the Public Enemy member has hit back at André in a post to his Facebook. Show More Summary
Flavor Flav gets tormented by Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress. Continue reading…
Watch Hannibal Buress kick the Public Enemy member in the face.
Flavor Flav was a guest on “The Eric Andre Show” last week, coming onto the program for an “interview.” Eric André introduces the Public Enemy member as “civil rights leader Flavor Flav,” who then comes on and starts talking about his in-progress solo album. Show More Summary
Man of La Mancha, The Tequila and Taco Fest, Hannibal Buress, And More Options For Having The Best Month Ever by Stranger Things To Do Staff The beginning of October may mean it's time to start looking for a Halloween costume, but it also means plenty of fall art events, performances, and festivals. Show More Summary
Samuel Goldwyn Film has acquired North American rights to Nerdland, the Chris Prynoski-helmed animated movie featuring the voices of Patton Oswalt, Paul Rudd, Hannibal Buress, Reid Scott, Mike Judge, Riki Lindhome, Kate Micucci, Laraine Newman and Paul Scheer. Show More Summary
Plus a bonus counselling session.
Absurdist comedian Eric Andre will seemingly do anything to get a laugh. It can be pretty hit or miss, but sometimes there are some gems that come out of his random, chaotic nonsense, like his “Rap Warrior Ninja” sketch. Mostly he just makes musicians uncomfortable with naked penises on stage for no reason. Why artists […]
Thundercat is the musical guest on this week’s episode of “The Eric Andre Show.” In a new clip from the show, the bassist has a “bass-off” with a Hannibal Buress robot. In the middle of the clash, a man without pants comes out and hugs Thundercat. Show More Summary
Clay Martin Croker has passed away at age 54. He inspired everyone from Tim and Eric, to Hannibal Buress and Eric Andre.
Check out the new trailer for the Joe Swanberg-helmed, Chicago-set show. Cast includes Orlando Bloom, Marc Maron and Hannibal Buress. [ more › ]
Anthology series don’t always have to be mysterious and dark, as demonstrated by the trailer for Netflix’s forthcoming “Easy,” an anthology show about love, sex and dating in Chicago from mumblecore director Joe Swanberg. Lots of raunchy humor is immediately apparent in the first few seconds of the trailer, as well as one extremely awkward-seeming […]
Whenever comedian Hannibal Buress performs in Chicago, chances are he's going to bring out a local rapper. Over the past few years, Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Tree, Leather Corduroys (Joey Purp and Kami de Chukwu) and more all have shared the stage with him. "It's just a natural thing," the...