7 hrs ago
The Laugh Factory is looking for the funniest person in the world
The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles is one of the most well known comedy clubs in the nation.
FIELDS: A tale of a boy, a Bible and a gun
Social conservatives feel betrayed by the popular culture, and why not? If Hollywood depicts someone with a gun or a Bible, he's a figure of ridicule, entitled to say with Rodney Dangerfield: "I don't get no respect."
Critic's Notebook: The CW at TCA
The broader the better. Give it to The CW, the little network that could be forgiven for having had a Rodney Dangerfield complex in past seasons, as it enjoys a rare moment of critical goodwill.
For a while after he became governor in 1977, John V. Evans became known among some Idaho political writers as the Rodney Dangerfield of governors: He couldn't get no respect - and that was the headline of a column at the time.
Schrodinger's Dump: A Jury Verdict Reveals that Garbage Can Be...
Waste-collection is a dirty racket. As Rodney Dangerfield's character puts it in Back to School, "I don't know if you're familiar with who runs that business.
You Don't Want To See Rodney Dangerfield's Testicles
It's not something you'd wish on anyone. At least that's what we learn from Robert Klein on the latest episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee .
Dunlop is marketing a naked lady tee. Yes, really.
If you're trying to impress your boss the next time you play golf together, you should probably stay away from these.
Hotel Del Coronado Is Now A Laugh Factory Too
There are still time to catch a few laughs at the Hotel Del Coronado. The local resort has been hosting Laugh Factory standup comedians since last week.
Why Generation X gets no respect in the marketplace
Generation Xers were born when Rodney Dangerfield was in his forties and fifties - between 1961 and 1984, according to one definition, from 1965 to 1980 according to another.