Monthly Archives: November 2012
Longtime friend of the Comic Strip Live! Cory Kahaney will be performing Tuesday night on CBS’s “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson!”
A veteran of shows such of “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “Last Comic Standing,” and “Comics Unleashed,” Cory has been described as “The funniest female comedian working today” by Peter Lasally, executive producer of ‘Ferguson’ and the longtime producer of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. A guy who really knows what he is talking about!
We will be posting her set as soon as it becomes available online. But be sure to watch it tomorrow night on CBS at 12:35am!
A few weeks back, good friends of the Comic Strip Live! Tom Cotter and Kerri Louise were guests on the world-famous Howard Stern Show. They were both hilarious. Watch a clip of their visit above!
And to find out when you can catch Tom or Kerri, keep an eye on our schedule! December will be up in the coming days!
This last Friday, the hilarious and delightful Carmen Lynch made her late night network television debut in grand fashion when she appeared on CBS’s “The Late Show with David Letterman.”
Carmen’s perfect set has been earning her accolades all over the place and we thought that we’d allow you the opportunity to watch it right here on Eighty Second & 2nd.
Check it out now!
Good friend of the Comic Strip Live! Carmen Lynch will be making her late night network television debut TONIGHT on CBS’ “The Late Show with David Letterman.”
Carmen is a hilarious, hard-working comedian who has been a regular at the Comic Strip for years. She is consistently a crowd and staff favorite and has maintained a high-level of writing for as long as we’ve known her. This achievement is very much deserved.
We are all looking forward to watching “The Late Show with David Letterman” tonight at 11:35pm on CBS! Congrats Carmen!
Last Friday, friend of the Comic Strip Live! Michael Che made his debut on CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman.” For stand up comedians, there is currently no bigger show to perform on than the Late Show and for the young Mr. Che to get his chance to shine was truly a high honor. Check out his very, VERY funny set.