I have a deep respect for comedians. It is harder than it looks to make people laugh – especially in an age where it is so easy to offend. And that’s not a bad thing – An age where it is easy to offend. It means the world [...]
It’s sort of sad how with a few name changes these skits could easily be applied to the current social and political environment. We can communicate faster than ever but it seems understand less than ever about each other.
I don’t know which is funnier, this scene from the Prince of Bel Air, or the original that’s been floating around YouTube?
For good measure, here’s the Sugar Hill Gang performing it:
John Belushi swinging his "breasts" around is forever imprinted in my mind as is the Festrunk brothers and their ongoing quest for "foxes." The 70s was an amazing time to be introduced to comedy. I was in middle school at the time and just starting to realize the challenges of dating.
For the longest time it did not occur to me that Steve Martin’s song, King Tut was a part of a comedy act. For the longest time I thought it was a song like any other song they played on FM radio. It wasn’t until I saw Steve Martin perform it on Saturday [...]