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    Funny Business

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    Funny Business is back in a later time spot!

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    Funny Business

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    Joe and Jeremy say funny things that make people feel good inside

  • 01:00

    Funny Business

    in Comedy

    Funny Business is back in a later time spot!

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    Funny Business with Tammy Pescatelli

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    Beating out thousands for the enviable spot as part of the Final Five on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing 2 ,” catapulted Tammy Pescatelli's career and won her a slew of new fans, solidifying her as one of the sharpest women in the comedy world. Tammy has appeared twice as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and “Dennis Miller” and has been a featured comic on PAX’s “Balderdash” National Lampoon’s “Funny Money”, NBC’s “Last Comic Standing: The Best of the Best” and Comedy Central’s “The World Stands Up!” Tammy also recently appeared in her own half-hour special for Comedy Central, “Comedy Central Presents: Tammy Pescatelli”.

  • 00:38

    Funny Business with Mike Bova & Will Gonzalez

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    Message from host, Mike Bova: Alonzo Bodden and Rob Reyes were both supposed to be on this show, but because of some technical issues, they were not able to make it on.
    This show is approximately 37 minutes. It's me and Will Gonzalez talking about Pretty Funny People. We also discuss how cartoons (like Dora the Explorer) are not supposed  to be educational. We're supposed to be watching cartoons like Looney Tunes and Tom & Jerry.
    We talk about the reason why America Runs On Dunkin'. Horror movies also sneak their way into the discussion. Tic Tacs get some free advertising and we even mention Pepe Le Pew and the green cloud of stench.
    Tune into the show. It was a lot of fun, and it's already had rave reviews. Thank you!

  • 01:41

    Funny Business with comedian J-L Cauvin

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    The show will be co-hosted by one of the Funny Business regulars, comedian Chris Young.   In February 2003, halfway through his second year at Georgetown University Law Center, J-L Cauvin went to a bar near his apartment and watched an amateur showcase of comedians. J-L began inquiring how he could get some stage time and after following some leads he began performing at open mics at the end of that academic year. Quickly developing a knack for it, J-L was named Washington D.C.’s funniest college student, despite not really being a college student, in March 2004 at a sold out show at the D.C. Improv.   After moving back to his native New York upon graduation from GULC in May 2004, J-L continued to work harder and harder as a comic, all while working as an Assistant District Attorney during the day in the Bronx and later as a litigator at Blank Rome LLP. He has received multiple invitations to the Boston Comedy Festival, traveled the country as a feature act and was featured on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and NESN’s Comedy All Stars. His act is as diverse as his Haitian and Irish family and touches upon topics ranging from current events to relationship troubles to several dead-on impressions, including Barack Obama.   J-L’s has released three CDs, 2006’s Racial Chameleon, 2008’s Diamond Maker, and 2012′s Too Big To Fail. He has also been featured in the book The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Jokes.

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    Funny Business with Nola J

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    Nola J is originally from Milwaukee, WI and is now commuting between Milwaukee, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.   Her career began as a comic when she left the corporate world and stop being politically correct Nola J. style of comedy is very diverse and very adaptable to whatever environment she is in.   Nola J. has clean material to adult oriented; she has performed in variety of venues from Comedy clubs, churches to casinos.      Nola J’s comedy is her point of view on life and her experiences with humor and she stays on top of current affairs.

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    Funny Business with Rick Matthews

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    Rick Matthews, recently crowned funniest person in Buffalo by winning the first annual "Buffalo Laugh Off" has spent the last 4 years building his reputation in the WNY comedy community as an honest voice, and an "every-man with a sometimes sharp edge. Rick was recently part of the Comedy Central:  Comics to Watch Showcase in Buffalo, NY. He has most recently worked with Doug Stanhope, Brian Posehn, Rich Vos, and Rachel Feinstein. 

  • 01:49

    Funny Business with Jeremy Meador and Laura Hayden

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    Jeremy Meador is a professional touring comedian performing in clubs such as The Comedy Zone all over the country. He has shared the stage with: Bobby Lee (Mad TV, The Dictator, Harold & Kumar and Animal Practice) Dustin Diamond (Saved By The Bell, Celebrity Fit Club) Jimmy "J.J" Walker (Goodtimes) Kevin Meaney (SNL & TV Series Uncle Buck) Josh Blue (Winner of The Last Comic Standing) John Reep (The Hemi Guy, Last Comic Standing) Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central, The Onion)   Jeremy is a former professional wrestler with work in WWE and WCW.   Laura Hayden leaves no sordid stone unturned in her stand-up comedy. The mastermind behind the multi-media show “I Didn’t Mean To Be A Virgin In The 80’s,”All topics are fair game for Laura, from her own stories of coming of age to the bizarre and all too funny real life experiences she witnesses as a physical therapist.   Laura has appeared in clubs, theatres, casinos and shacks all over the United States and several countries. As a PhD in Physical Therapy, Laura studied the importance of laughter in coping with the stress of caregiving. She applies her experience as a medical professional and her talent as a comedian to teach other people to use laughter to stay grounded and energized while they help their patients recover. As a stand-up comedian she has performed at festivals in New York, Boston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Seattle. Other credits include The Night Shift with Kevin Ferguson, Funny.com, Dead American, LATALK radio and XM radio. Learn more about Laura by visiting www.laurahayden.com.  

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    Funny Business with Bruce Baum

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    Perhaps you saw one of Bruce Baum’s numerous appearances on Hollywood Squares, Full House, Growing Pains, Comedy Central, HBO and Showtime.   Bruce served as a creative consultant on “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” for three seasons and spent two years at Fox-TV as resident short-filmmaker and sketch comedian on “Sunday Comics” and “Comic Strip Live.” He  was also featured on “America’s Funniest People” for two years in live and taped sketches. Characters Bruce has created include, Dimples the Cow, Chiaman, Babyman, and of course,Ted L. Nancy.   Bruce headlines regularly in Las Vegas and top venues (and some not so top venues) around the globe. Through extensive exposure on television, film, radio, and live performances, he has built a solid national audience.   AS SEEN ON TV: (very partial list) The Simpson’s (as himself), Hollywood SquaresHBO and Showtime specialsComedy Central Make Me Laugh  America’s Funniest People (writer-performer for 2 seasons) Sunday Comics (writer/performer/director), Comic Strip Live (writer/performer/director) The Daily ShowFull House (3 episodes) Growing Pains (2 episodes)   Motion Pictures:  Shakes The Clown, Crossing the Bridge, The Adventures of Babyman, Recording: “Don’t Cha Wish Your Boyfriend Was Bald Like Me?” “Cowifornication” with “The Red Hot Chili Heifers,” "Marty Feldman Eyes," and the critically acclaimed album “Born To Be Raised,” a BillBoard Magazine “Pick of the Week.’”    See "Letters From A Nut" video and read "On Hold" excerpts at BruceBaum.com

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