Daniel Tosh is your #StandUpMonth Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

Daniel Tosh is your #StandUpMonth Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

Chris D’Elia is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

Chris D’Elia is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

Bo Burnham is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

Bo Burnham is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

Neal Brennan is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

Neal Brennan is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

John Mulaney is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

John Mulaney is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

Your Joke of the Day from Chris Hardwick. Watch the full clip here. 

Your Joke of the Day from Chris Hardwick. Watch the full clip here

Your Joke of the Day from Mike Lawrence. Watch the full clip here. 

Your Joke of the Day from Mike Lawrence. Watch the full clip here

Your Joke of the Day from Tommy Johnagin. Watch the full clip here. 

Your Joke of the Day from Tommy Johnagin. Watch the full clip here

Your Joke of the Day from Kyle Kinane. Download “Whiskey Icarus" for $5 on CC:Direct. 

Your Joke of the Day from Kyle Kinane. Download “Whiskey Icarus" for $5 on CC:Direct

Ask a Professional Comedian: Joe Rogan
Q: Hey Joe, I love this latest special. The JRE podcast you started about 3 years ago has blown up to be one of the most popular comedy podcasts available, reaching so many different people all over the globe (I write this as someone from the Isle of Skye, I’m a big fan!). This must have surprised you- how long do you feel you will keep pumping them out? Is it still something you imagine doing into the future? Oh and UK dates soonish? I’d love to see you live. Powerful, Joe Rogan!
I love doing the podcast and I’ve got no plans to stop soon. There may come a day in the future where I’m tired of it and I want to do something different, but for now, I love it.
Q: Hey Joe, if you could change anything about this special, what would it be and why?
 As for my special, I wouldn’t change anything about it.  I think I could probably do it better if I was doing it today, but then again I could do what I’m doing today better in a year or so as well.  It’s a part of the grand scheme of progression; if you continue to work and pay attention to your work you’ll improve, and there’s no way to improve unless you’ve put in that work. Part of that work involves releasing your work and then deciding what you like and don’t like about it and improving from there.  So in a nutshell, I wouldn’t change anything about anything I’ve ever done ever, because even if I didn’t like it as a finished product that’s what’s made me who I am today, and that’s what’s going to make me what I’ll be a year from now and so on, and so on… It never ends until it ends.

Ask a Professional Comedian: Joe Rogan

Q: Hey Joe, I love this latest special. The JRE podcast you started about 3 years ago has blown up to be one of the most popular comedy podcasts available, reaching so many different people all over the globe (I write this as someone from the Isle of Skye, I’m a big fan!). This must have surprised you- how long do you feel you will keep pumping them out? Is it still something you imagine doing into the future? Oh and UK dates soonish? I’d love to see you live. Powerful, Joe Rogan!

I love doing the podcast and I’ve got no plans to stop soon. There may come a day in the future where I’m tired of it and I want to do something different, but for now, I love it.

Q: Hey Joe, if you could change anything about this special, what would it be and why?

As for my special, I wouldn’t change anything about it.  I think I
could probably do it better if I was doing it today, but then again I
could do what I’m doing today better in a year or so as well.  It’s a
part of the grand scheme of progression; if you continue to work and pay attention to your work you’ll improve, and there’s no way to
improve unless you’ve put in that work.

Part of that work involves releasing your work and then deciding what you like and don’t like about it and improving from there.  So in a nutshell, I wouldn’t change anything about anything I’ve ever done ever, because even if I didn’t like it as a finished product that’s what’s made me who I am today, and that’s what’s going to make me what I’ll be a year from now and so on, and so on…

It never ends until it ends.