Best Comedy Specials to Check Out This Week pt. 2

BURBANK, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 27: Comedian Bill Burr performs at the Bob Golub Stand-up For Deaf, Hard Of Hearing Fundraiser at Flappers Comedy Club and Restaurant Burbank on September 27, 2022 in Burbank, California. (Photo by Michael S. Schwartz/Getty Images)

Bill Burr, Paper Tiger-

Bill Burr is one of the funniest guys alive to come out of Boston. He has released hilarious specials and has appeared in comedic roles in movies before. And Paper Tiger is another staple in his already impressive resume. Even though it came out in 2019, Burr still manages to talk about relevant topics in today’s climate. There are also some topics that he talks about that not a lot of people nowadays can talk about. Such as his views on feminists, first ladies, and the future of robots. It’s available on Netflix.

Mark Normand, Out To Lunch-

Mark Normand is god damn hilarious. Whether he is a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience or he’s performing his stand-up, he is guaranteed to make you feel like your stomach is going to explode because you’re laughing so hard. Mark doesn’t see or know boundaries in comedy. He will joke about anything under the sun. Sexuality, ethnicity, age, political views, or economic status, you’re essentially guaranteed to be clowned on by him in one of these categories. In this special, he lets it all out, and is a must-watch. It’s available on youtube for free .99.

Chris Distefano, 9/11 Story-

This isn’t a full-on special, it’s about a 12-minute clip. So if you’re looking for a 12-minute-long laugh from start to finish, this is your video to watch. What it lacks in length, it makes up for in laughter. Chris Distefano is a hysterical comedian from New York. He’s been recognized by big names like Jerry Seinfeld, Bert Kreischer, Tom Segura, and many others. He has made 2 appearances on Joe Rogan’s podcast and has been hilarious both times. This clip proves just that, where he goes through his day during the tragic day of 9/11/2001. Even though it is one of the saddest days in our nations history, he sheds some comedic light on his recollection of his day and makes for one of the funniest stories I have ever heard. This clip is also available on youtube for free .99.

Written by Danny Serrano

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