A preview is offered of some of the comics who will be performing half-hour-long comedy routines, some who are already comedy household names and others who are just starting to gain recognition, featuring highlights from their performances.
A half-hour stand-up special featuring Dan Soder. Dan Soder has been featured on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham," "Conan" and appeared on "Opie and Anthony." You can currently see his commentary as a new cast member of MTV2's "Guy Code."
A half-hour stand-up special featuring Nikki Glaser. Nikki Glaser has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Last Comic Standing" and currently co-writes and produces "The Nikki and Sarah Show" on MTV with her "You Had to Be There" podcast co-host, Sara Schaefer.
A half-hour stand-up special featuring Jared Logan. Jared can be seen every week as a cast member on VH1's "Best Week Ever." He has appeared on Comedy Central's "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show," T.J. Miller's "Mash Up" and was a delegate for Comedy Central's Indecision 2012.
A half-hour stand-up special featuring Mike Lawrence. Mike Lawrence has been featured as a stand-up on such notable national brands as TBS' "Conan," Marc Maron's "WTF Podcast," Paul Provenza's "Set List" and Comedy Central's "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show."
Preview of the upcoming 3rd season of "The Half Hour".
Chris Gethard reveals the story behind one of his tattoos, describes falling off the wagon at Bonnaroo and explains why he hates public displays of affection.
Yannis Pappas touches on his recent breakup, moving to Miami and how we've all become addicted to our cell phones.
Fortune Feimster shares her thoughts on yoga, Tuesday night strippers, drinking with her mother and coming out of the closet.
Ron Funches discusses everything from his weird relationship to his parents to the reason he hates drug tests to the proper way to shame a pet.
Erik Bergstrom opens up about his recent battle with cancer, reveals what ruined his last relationship and explains his issue with the Insane Clown Posse.
Chris Redd shares personal stories about a passive-aggressive flight attendant, helping his cousin come out of the closet and meeting a strange magician in Los Angeles.
Yamaneika Saunders takes the stage to describe losing her virginity when she was 27 and the honorless work of being maid of honor at her best friend's wedding.
Shane Torres discusses home-schooled kids, explains how grief can lead to great sex and defends Guy Fieri from those who mock him.
Jenny Zigrino talks about being a role model for her younger sister, describes life as a plus-size woman in L.A. and explains how parties change in your thirties.
Casey James Salengo talks about having a single mom, describes how mean and specific dating app bios are, and suggests a way to spice up dog walking.
Jo Firestone emphasizes her love of yogurt, reveals what it's like to hook up with a stranger and gauges her audience's embarrassment level.
Anthony DeVito shares stories about his grandma's love life, dating a younger woman and performing on a cruise ship with Shaggy.
Julio Torres discusses veganism and the vulnerability of Daisy Duck, and reads some entries from Melania Trump's diary.
Josh Johnson discusses life as a non-alpha male, his time as a theater kid and the many perils of living alone for too long.
Sam Jay digs into the struggles of life with her new wife, reveals how she knew she was gay, and tries to understand politics and racism in America.
Joel Kim Booster talks about life as a homeschooled kid, coming out to his conservative parents and being single for the first time in eight years.
Solomon Georgio details his experiences as an immigrant in the U.S., reveals his obsession with "Harry Potter" and explains what it takes to make it onto his enemy list.
Adam Cayton-Holland discusses living the chill life in Colorado, his love of birdwatching and his memorable experience at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Comic Langston Kerman fondly recalls living with a white woman who believed in ghosts and explains why phone sex doesn't work in long-distance relationships.
Comic Megan Gailey describes an uncomfortable waxing experience, details the horrors of living in New York City and admits she's convinced she'll be murdered.
Devin Field acknowledges that he's uptight, names the most racist show on TV, and imagines ancient Greek theatergoers going to awful plays to support their friends
Emmy Blotnick defines a nonsense phrase she heard on "Wheel of Fortune," discovers where all pop songs come from, and professes her love for Fifth Harmony.
Comic Ryan O'Flanagan looks back on an ill-fated attempt to impress his cute neighbor and explains why his cheap rent seems so ritzy to him.
Comic Chris Garcia refuses to get rid of his snaggletooth, explains why Cubans who've left Cuba never return, and shares his mom's suggestion that he dress more like Pitbull.
Comic Tim Dillon recalls the time he tanked a job interview by being too intense and discusses how he got suckered into buying far too much frozen yogurt.
Sarah Tiana examines how her tolerance for everyday annoyances has changed as she's gotten older and explains why house music's name doesn't make sense.
Comics take the stage in New Orleans to perform their first half-hour specials.