Craig Ferguson

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Best Comedy of 2013 Special

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It was a great year for comedy. Everyone from seasoned stand-ups to musical comedy groups came out with hilarious new material. We listened to all of it and picked the absolute best for you to enjoy. Get ready for the Best Comedy of 2013 Special, as picked by our staff at Bullseye.

You’ll hear selections from the following, almost all of which are available for purchase (with the exception of the sets from the Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival).

Kumail Nanjiani - Beta Male

Kathleen Madigan - Madigan Again

Pete Holmes - Nice Try, the Devil

Moshe Kasher - Live in Oakland

Bill Cosby - Far From Finished

Maria Bamford - Ask Me About My New God!

Mike Birbiglia - My Girlfriend's Boyfriend

Eugene Mirman - An Evening of Comedy in a Fake, Underground Laboratory

Todd Glass - Todd Glass Talks About Stuff

Craig Ferguson - I'm Here to Help

Chris Hardwick - Mandroid

The Lonely Island - The Wack Album

Dana Gould - I Know It’s Wrong

John Roy - Alexander Hamilton

Josie Long - from the Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival

Jasper Redd - from the Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival

Kurt Braunohler - How Do I Land?

Hodgman on Ferguson


Deranged millionaire John Hodgman recently stopped by Craig Ferguson's The Late, Late Show to discuss mustaches, Dr. Who and The Church of Satan.

Marina Franklin on Craig Ferguson


More Saturday stand-up! I liked this recent set by Marina Franklin on Craig Ferguson. Probably the best luge pun ever.

Louie Anderson on Ferguson


It's nice to see a masterful comic like Anderson collecting laughs like this. Nothing's forced or needy, just good jokes and good reactions.

Peter Sagal on Craig Ferguson

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Good to see our pal and long-time Sound of Young America booster Peter Sagal on the Late Late Show. It's too bad most of public radio is too insular to participate in the larger media world.

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