W. Kamau Bell breaks down “the line”, and how to be on the right side of it. SPOILER: It helps if you’re funny. 

W. Kamau Bell’s observations upon viewing the Oscars and the inherent disenfranchisement as a person of comedy. 

janinebrito:

Here’s a thing I wrote about a show that felt like it would give me a heart attack. But in the end, we learn there’s no end-all-be-all in comedy and that stand up takes hard work and dedication throughout your career.

Optimists may look at this as “There’s always more to your journey!”

Pessimists may look at this as “OMG I’M A PRISONER TO THE LAUGHTER FOREVER, AAAGGGGHHHH!”

Kamau bellows a rally cry from Mount SFWeekly to go see Jackie Kashian tomorrow. It’s a sentiment that has been echoed throughout the community. We have spoken. Go see Jackie. (Also Ali Wong and Lydia Popovich).

Bell gives insight to the insider rules present in comedy clubs at home and abroad. 

Attention San Francisco Bay Area. You have a homework assignment, an obligation of sorts. Click to find out your task (don’t worry, it’s fun and informative.)

W. Kamau Bell (Bay Area Premier Comedian) blogs about a non-San Francisco, San Francisco comedian, Hari Kondabolu [explained when you click the link]. This entry marks the second of assumed many as Bell weekly highlights comedians he’s digging at the moment.