Full Stand Up Comedy Specials

7 Seasons

  • Tom Ryan: Off the Verge

    Episode 1

    Over the years Tom Ryan has worked steadily at comedy clubs, concert venues, corporate functions and colleges across the U.S.. He has also made national television appearances on Showtime, A&E Comedy Central, and… Three times on "The Late Show with David Letterman!".

  • Kevin Bozeman: Clean and Unfiltered

    Episode 2

    In 1999, Kevin found himself in the real world with no real job skills and a strong desire to work an hour a day.

  • Frances Dilorenzo: The Problem Solver

    Episode 3

    Frances takes the stage full of energy and ready for fun. Frances does one thing you don't see many female comics do…physical humor, and she delivers it with every silly bone in her body.

  • Chris Voth: Cashmere

    Episode 4

    Chris Voth is an accomplished comedian, a licensed teacher, and a published author. Voth made his debut late-night television appearance on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

  • Sam Adams: Incoherently True

    Episode 5

    Smooth. Clever. Hilarious. These words are often used to describe Sam Adams as a comedian, public speaker and Master of Ceremonies.

  • Al Goodwin: Badgerine

    Episode 6

    Big Al connects with his audiences--getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his observations and experiences.

  • Dwayne Perkins: Please Believe It

    Episode 7

    Dwayne Perkins has earned a spot in today's elite class of stand-up comics with appearances on Comedy Central and on Conan.

  • Scott Novotny: A Trip to Goofyville

    Episode 8

    Scott Novotny brings his high-energy goofyness to the live audience at DryBar.

  • Matt Knudsen: Good News

    Episode 9

    Matt Knudsen was born in Hawaii, raised in the Mid-west and sailed around the world as a merchant marine. As an actor, Matt shared the big screen with Oscar winner Sean Penn in Gangster Squad, or you may also recognize him from his appearances in shows like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Key & Peele, Worka...

  • Scott Losse: Okay

    Episode 10

    Scott Losse is a stand-up comedian from Seattle, Washington. He is married and has two chihuahuas. Scott has performed at Portland's Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Sketchfest Seattle, Bumbershoot: Seattle's Music & Arts Festival, Treefort Music Fest and lots of places that aren't fest...

  • Mike Toomey: Welcome to My World

    Episode 11

    With his Sharp Delivery, quick wit, and unique style, Mike Toomey has been a favorite at comedy clubs and special events since 1982.

  • Sean Peabody: Peabody in Provo

    Episode 12

    He is often mistaken for the bouncer, security guard or bachelorette party stripper but rarely a comedian…until he takes the stage.

  • Lucas Bohn: 2 Cool 4 School

    Episode 13

    LUCAS BOHN is energetic with an edge. The perfect blend of schoolboy charm and bad-boy charisma, his comedy is both smart and audacious.

  • Warren B. Hall: Mostly Kid Stuff

    Episode 14

    Simply put; Warren B Hall is not what you're expecting. He purposely avoids using the white vs black angle done by many mainstream black comedians.

  • Kjell Bjorgen: I'm Sorry, But I Won't Apologize

    Episode 15

    Kjell began his comedy career in Los Angeles, California. He gained some notoriety when featured in both the Chicago comedy festival and Montreal comedy festival.

  • Steve Bruner: Simply Put

    Episode 16

    Steve Bruner looks like a perfectly normal guy—until he opens his mouth. He's delivered his laser-sharp humor on Comedy Club Network (Showtime), An Evening at the Improv (A&E), Into the Night (ABC), and The Byron Allen Show (NBC), to name a few.

  • Cory Michaelis: Bad Teacher

    Episode 17

  • Jay Whittaker: Safe for Work

    Episode 18

    Jay Whittaker is a comedian, actor, host and writer hailing from Los Angeles & Salt Lake City. He's been seen on the Food Network and even featured in USA Today.

  • Tom Mabe: Dysfunction Junction

    Episode 19

    Tom has been profiled in People magazine, called "gut-busting hilarious" by The New York Times, and given a perfect 4-star rating by the New York Post.

  • Drew Barth: Shoulda Tried Harder

    Episode 20

    Drew Barth is one of the fastest rising comedy stars in the Northwest. Born just outside the city of Seattle, what started as a dare in high school has become a full-time career.

  • Andrew Rivers: Laffy Taffy

    Episode 21

    Andrew's very personal and fun storytelling comedy, combined with his exemplary work ethic has earned him high praise from some of the best comedians in the business.

  • Shayne Smith: Prison for Wizards

    Episode 22

    Former Gang Member, current comedian, future famous comedian. Shayne Smith is the runner up in the Wiseguys' 2015 Funniest Person In Utah competition, winner of the 2015 Salt City Comedy Superstar contest and most recently voted best Alternative Comedian of 2016 by City Weekly.

  • Dennis Regan: DennisLand

    Episode 23

    The King Of Queens writer Dennis Regan comes swinging hard with his quick wit and flawless delivery. The laughs just keep on coming in "Dennisland".

  • Tyler Boeh: Wait For It

    Episode 24

    Who goes from being a mild-mannered nationally recognized college a-capella group vocal percussionist to becoming a high-energy, intelligent, physical, and downright silly beatboxing comedian?