Raw, wild and hilariously funny, Bert Kreischer stars in "Comfortably Dumb," his debut comedy concert that follows his scene stealing appearances on Comedy Central and FX. He is one of today's hottest, most inventive comedians, something that a few years ago would have been deemed virtually impossible. Especially to Bert. It wasn't long ago when Rolling Stone Magazine named him "the number one party animal in the nation!" when this dedicated underachiever made a career out of attending Florida State University, a seven year adventure that became the basis for National Lampoon's hit movie, "Van Wilder." Now Bert has finally grown up. Sort of. And the result is a sold-out event destined to become a classic. This is your chance to party with the original party animal.
Storyteller Bert Kreischer expounds on a series of incredible and hilarious tales - from an unforgettable run-in with a grizzly bear to his legendary travels in Russia.
Comedian Bert Kreischer is ready to take his shirt off and "party hardy" with his debut Netflix Original stand-up special, Bert Kreischer: Secret Time. Considered one of the best storytellers of his generation, Bert regales the audience at the Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia with stories about zip-lining with his family, his daughter practicing softball with an imaginary ball, and upstaging ex-NBA player Ralph Sampson at a childhood basketball camp.
Still the ultimate comedy party animal, Bert Kreischer tells more stories about parenthood and family life in a stand-up special from Cleveland.
Got any New Year’s eve plans? Now you do. Tom and Bert are back with another 2 Bears live! This is a party that will last as long as the two of them are able to stay conscious. All the booze all the edibles and get this, the boys have been working on making an adult film to show you. Plus if you haven’t heard, They played basketball and Tom ended up in the hospital with multiple severe injuries. Luckily for all of us we have multiple camera angles of the devastation. All that and more. Ring in the new year with your two favorite bears!
An adaptation of the popular story Kreischer told onstage about getting involved with the Russian mob while studying abroad in college.
Unnecessary milk substitutes. Bad passwords. Burlap underpants. 2020 may have sucked, but thankfully the jokes didn't.
Armed with history, humor and his trademark ranting, comedian Lewis Black takes a hilarious look at how to survive the "month-long festival of consumption" without losing your mind.
Exploration of the podcasting medium via interviews with several big names in the field and their fans.
To help get things going in a positive way in 2021, All Elite Wrestling held an award show ahead of this week's Dynamite on the Bleacher Report App to celebrate its biggest and brightest stars.
An intimate and revealing insight into the work and lives of Stand-Up Comedians. Some of the biggest names in the game reveal what it's like to pursue this most challenging, yet important art-form.
Comedy special starring actor/comedian Jay Mohr in which he provides insights into the many subjects fresh on his mind.
Bert the Conqueror was an American reality television series which premiered on the Travel Channel on June 16, 2010.
The show was hosted by the American stand-up comedian Bert Kreischer. He traveled across the United States to amusement parks and other entertainment venues to experience and promote various roller coasters, water rides, and unusual sports. Bert was known for his uncontrollable screaming in early episodes of the show.
Each episode took part in a single U.S. state, and each episode was titled with the name of the state in which that episode takes place. There are also episodes which took place in a single amusement park, such as Cedar Point, in which Bert rode 4 roller coasters at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio.
On September 24, 2010, Bert the Conqueror was renewed for a second season. The renewal was revealed on the Bert the Conqueror Facebook page the next day. The second season began April 3, 2011.
Bert the Conqueror was moved during its last season in favor of the US version of Scream! If You Know the Answer, which was also hosted by Bert Kreisher. It was not picked up for a third season.
Reality Bites Back is a reality show hosted by Michael Ian Black that parodies various reality show formats. It premiered July 17, 2008 on Comedy Central. The name is derived from the 1994 film Reality Bites.
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The X Show is a magazine, variety, and interview/talk program that aired on FX Network in the US from May 1999 to April 2001. Running time was originally one hour, but this was later reduced to a half-hour. The show was 'guy-themed' much like a TV equivalent of Maxim magazine The X Show had numerous hosts and co-hosts, both male and female and would frequently feature spokesmodels. Ava Cadell was featured in segments providing sexual information and Chris Gore would host segments about movies.
The show with hot questions and even hotter wings invites a famous guest over to eat and then interviews them while they're struggling through the heat.
Specializing in celebrities, entertainment and all things apolitical, comedy legend David Spade and a panel of his comedian friends are at the roundtable and in the field to help break down the biggest headlines of the day.
Fast-living comic Bert Kreischer heads to a cabin for some self-care and invites his funny friends to join his quest to cleanse his mind, body and soul.
Featuring monster trucks, alligator trainers, stunt archery and other radical feats, the program celebrates daring acts alongside personal, behind-the-scenes stories from the challengers as they battle head-to-head to impress the judges and advance toward the finale’s ultimate $100,000 prize.
A late night television talk show hosted by Conan O'Brien.
This documentary series brings to life the legends, heartbreak and history created at iconic L.A. club The Comedy Store, which over the past 47 years has launched the careers of a breathtaking array of stars.
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