The Best Stand-Up Comedians and their Best Stand Up Bits
I came across a great link for The 10 best stand-up comedians of all-time and though I could contest that by offering my view and an opinion of their most hilarious bits. I’ve brutally regurgitated most of these jokes on more than one occasion so I found it necessary to cut myself out of the equation and let the internet show you instead.
Louis C.K. is the most sarcastic comedian on the market.
Louis C.K. on Defensive Driving
Mitch is the king of one-liners.
The conductor of Shiny Time Station is the master of language. He’s politically charged and has the power to say anything and still win over an audience.
George Carlin “The Seven Words”
George Carlin is built for the 21st Century
George Carlin on Religion
Jim Jeffries is an Australian with an aggressive in-your-face style.
Jim Jeffries on Drinking
Jim Jeffries on Relationships?
Jim Jeffries on Religion
He is the best story telling. There is really something unique about how he delivers a joke that sets him apart from all other.
Dave Chappell on the Origin of Aids
Dave Chappelle The Bus Terrorist
Jerry has been mocked for his high voice but he’s got some high brow stuff.
Jerry on Horses
Eddie murphy looks great in a tight outfit, being funny is secondary.
Bill Hicks is as brutally forward and blunt as Denis Leary.
On Marketing People
Mcintryre is a cool bloke from England that is eccentric and oddly cute.
The Nomenclature of being drunk
Tosh.O is sarcastic, charming and spot on.
Collection from latest special (favourite: Climate and Canadian Tourists)
Controversial English rock star.
How women response to fame
Dane Cook is either loved or hated but he’s hyper active and delivers.
Burger King Drive Thru
On Oprah and World Vision
Robin Williams is the king of voices.
Robin Williams on the Origin of Golf (Arguably the Funniest Stand Up Bit)
Home-grown Canadian comedian who makes fun of all cultures equally.
On being a man and doing the right thing
Katt Williams is a little guy that likes to ties motivational cues in his act. He’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’
Katt Williams on Drugs
Chris Rock knows how to command a crowd and delivers his punch lines emphatically.
Chris Rock on Gun Control
His unique gift for one liners are very similar to the style of Mitch Hedberg. He uses chart paper and his guitar to bring a cool flavour to his jokes.
Jokes with a guitar
Jokes with a large pad
He laughs a lot in his act but he’s got some good stuff
On the book of Noah
Haven’t heard much of his stuff but this has to be one of my favourite bits.
The Movie Man Parody
One of Canada’s Finest.
He’s another comedian of the Denis Leary Variety
He’s leveraged his weight to pull together some great bits.
Gabriel is a bigger fella and reminds me a bit of John Pinette only he’s Latino instead.
Chocolate Cake (not a video of him but one of my favourites of his)
He was on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour but doesn’t quite belong. He’s the funniest guy and his style is addictive.
You can’t fix stupid
Aziz is sarcastic and a phenomenal story teller. Check out his special “Sensual Moments for an Intimate Evening”
On Kayne West
On Thread Count
Aziz as his alter Comedian Ego Raaaaandy
Jeni is a class act and delivers his jokes cleanly.
Jim is a classy dude with some good stuff.
On Hot Pockets
He’s an asshole.
On Coffee Culture
An Australian that a tad edgy and aggressive with his use of the English language.
Everyone’s favourite typecast hangover character.