Kroll keeps killing it…
Respect to the Flannel Gods on the 25th anniversary of their MTV Unplugged performance. Set list below, enjoy the show.
2. State of Love and Trust
Celebrate Stevie Wonder’s birthday with this truly incredible live performance footage, circa NYC 1972. Set list below…
1. For Once In My Life
2. If You Really Love Me
4. You And I
6. What’s Going On/My Cherie Amour
7. Blowing In The Wind
8.With A Chid’s Heart
9. Love Having You Around
10. Signed Sealed Delivered/Papa Was A Rolling Stone
12. Maybe Your Baby/Superstition Outro
13. Uptight Everything’s Alright
Cipha Sounds chats with Desus & Mero. There’s a great story in here about Jay Z not giving Ciph his new phone number haha. Fun sit-down for sure, enjoy.
The world lost a comedy legend last week—the original King of the Roast Don Rickles. I’ve been paying my respects by re-watching some old YouTube clips of his, and I invite you all to please join me because they are hysterical. Here are three of my favorites—watch Don Rickles roast Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Ronald Reagan below. Look how hard everyone was laughing, and nonstop. He was the greatest!
Some bonus stuff…
Watch Frank Sinatra share a hilarious story about Don Rickles during a surprise appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson HERE. And Adam Sandler shares some old stories with Jimmy Kimmel HERE.
This is truly the end of an era. RIP Don Rickles.
Nick Kroll, Jordan Peele and James Corden are—Thr33way. Off the hook.