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We focused on the "now" – some of our all-time favorites aren't here because they don't happen to be peaking or prolific. (Or, yes, Pootie Tang.) But onstage is where he really brings the pain.These 50 people (or teams) are all reasons why we are in a new golden age of comedy. Kate Mc Kinnon Mc Kinnon's been the MVP on Saturday Night Live for so long it's easy to forget how young she is – and how much more of her brilliance we have to look forward to.Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key Perhaps the greatest tribute to the enduring impact of their genius sketch show came from Dave Chappelle, who recently admitted that watching their show for five years made him jealous as hell: "That hurts my feelings." Much as we all miss Key and Peele, the end of their series means more room to conquer other venues, be it their cat-gangsta- heist romp, Keanu, or Peele's horror flick, Get Out, a game-changer that finds a whole new way to satirize the never-ending bad joke of American racism.Ali Wong Wong arrived with a bang – in her brilliant stand-up special Baby Cobra, she riffs on topics like the perks of marrying someone of the same race: "You get to go home and be racist together." And she taped it while nearly eight months pregnant, an achievement that's up there with pregnant Serena Williams winning the Australian Open. reclaims his throne – it's like this guy drives himself to earn it all from scratch every time out. With his self-referential sitcom, he defied all the rules and rhythms of how comedy is supposed to work, writing, directing and even editing it himself. Chris Rock in a Hard Place: On Infidelity, a New Tour and Starting Over After a bitter divorce, and frustrated with Hollywood, Chris Rock wondered if he could still kill – so he’s spending a year on the road finding out Chris Rock The god is back.
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan Delaney made his name as the funniest (and mind-bogglingly prolific) one-liner factory on Twitter.
As Steve Martin used to warn, comedy is not pretty. Louie is one of the most overwhelmingly influential comedies in TV history – so many of the names on this list got here by walking through the door C. Rock's new Total Blackout tour is cause for celebration, even if it was a painful divorce (and its price tag) that pushed him back onstage.
And in these fractious times, the power of laughter matters more than ever. He jokes about his post-divorce attempt to put the moves on Ri Ri: "You know how you forget how old you are? Then she asked me where Ray J went." Over the decades, Rock has never suffered a dry spell, even as he keeps moving out of his comfort zone into projects like his film Top Five.
She goes deep on why pizza is similar to yoga ("That's my sacred circle") and topics like depression and anxiety: "Sometimes people are like, ' There's nothing to fear but fear itself.' Uh, have you checked out some of fear's work?
Pretty much churning out the hits since forever."Chris Gethard Gethard's craft thrives on painful confession, from his stage show, Career Suicide, to his podcast to his public-access chatfest.