Here's Louis C.K. on Letterman last night, telling a story abut finding a dead guy in the water while piloting his boat and also playing a voicemail from his Blue Jasmine costar and friend Andrew Dice Clay, saying "he's the kind of friend that once you have him, he's with you." Also, as C.K. says at the end of the interview, he's wearing a suit instead of his traditional black T-shirt and jeans because Letterman got mad at him last time.
Check out this new promo for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s upcoming eighth season, which kicks off October 11th. FX has finally given in to pressure from fans to replace the show's whole cast with obscure celebrities, and the results are pretty delightful. Warning: NSFW, HJO (Haley Joel Osment)
A couple weeks ago, Woody Allen said in an interview that he's been "toying with the idea" of returning to standup after seeing Mort Sahl perform recently. Now, Andrew Dice Clay, who played a supporting role in Allen's latest film, Blue Jasmine, tells THR that Allen talked to him about doing standup again. "We got into the whole conversation about how he started, and then we talked about where I started, and it really got his juices going again," said Clay. He added, "I hope he does it. I think he should do Radio City with me, personally."
There may be no comedian pairing more mismatched than [...]
OK, here’s the cast in alphabetical order: Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Michael Emerson, Sally Hawkins and Peter Sarsgaard. It seems normal until you get to The Diceman and Benjamin Linus. No word on what the film is about but it is set in San Francisco so… obviously… umm… Maybe, the film is about Alec Baldwin (the Woody Allen surrogate) playing a former comedian, who now is a television executive, who visits San Francisco with his actress wife (played by Cate Blanchett as a Diane Keaton type) to visit his son (Sarsgaard) who is about to marry a woman (Hawkins) but is [...]
Madison Square Garden has a capacity to fit over 19,000 human beings in one area. The fabled stadium is host to both the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. Hundreds, if not thousands of musicians from almost every genre of music have played at this stadium, but only a handful of standup comics have had the ability to headline this vast monolith, most recently Kevin Hart and Eddie Izzard. However, only one comedian has performed here and completely sold out the stadium two nights in a row. That comic is Andrew “Dice” Clay.
Let that sink in for a moment. For a brief run during the late [...]
Low Standards with John and Matt is back after an unplanned, technical-difficulties-related hiatus. But it was worth the wait, guys! In this week's episode, Julie Klausner swings by to talk about the not-quite-a-classic Casual Sex?, with the weirdo cast of Lea Thompson, Victoria Jackson and Andrew Dice Clay. What follows is an important discussion on the amount of chest hair that should be visible and the irresistibility of a dude saying "GA-DUSHE" while flexing.
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