Ben Kronberg recently sat down with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon to talk to them about their new movie, The Trip. But shortly after Brydon showcased his Bruce Springsteen impersonation, things took a turn, as one cheeky bastard called out another cheeky bastard.
Roll it if you got it!
And if you'd like to enjoy a clip from The Trip, why not experience this bit in which Coogan and Brydon face off with dueling Michael Caine impersonations?
Comedy Central's inaugural "Comics to Watch" showcase of new talents will be hosted by Christian Finnegan, with the spotlight put on the following stand-up comedians:
with special guest James Smith
The intent of "Comics to Watch" is for Comedy Central to show support for comedians who have not yet appeared prominently on the network, and showcase them to the rest of the industry. Many of them already have been featured in one way or another here on The Comic's Comic.
I have to admit that the heat wave of the past week slowed my internal processing unit, and that's not a euphemism, so it's only now that I can live comfortably once again today that I truly could appreciate this new parody video of the New York Times wedding "Vows" videos -- just thinking that such a thing exists in reality as something that couples would believe that anyone else would want to see, well -- and the devastating line readings by Ben Kronberg as "Ted," who's getting married to the naive "Gracie" (Jena Friedman). Yikes! Roll it.
Jimmy Kimmel's back with new episodes, and tonight welcomes comedian Ben Kronberg. Which reminds me, I haven't seen Kronberg since last year around now in Aspen. Which reminds me, I just uploaded the photos from last year's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in a new album. Take a look back at the last big bash in Aspen. It's on the left-hand column of my site.