29 Best John Mulaney Quotes And Funny Jokes From His Best Comedy Shows

John Mulaney always is up for something new.

John Mulaney is an iconic stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and actor. He studied English Literature and Religion at Georgetown University. When he graduated in 2004, he moved to New York with the hopes of being a comedian and began working as an office assistant at Comedy Central. A year later, he pitched the idea of making a parody of “I Love the ‘80s” titled “I Love the ‘30s.” Mulaney ended up making the show with Nick Kroll. Then Mulaney was hired as a commentator on the VH1 show, “Best Week Ever.”

In 2008, Mulaney auditioned for “Saturday Night Live” and got hired on the writing team and worked there for six years. For “SNL,” he is known for co-creating the character of Stefon with Bill Hader, as well as appearing on the Weekend Update. Mulaney returned to Saturday Night Live in 2018 and 2019 as a host.

After John Mulaney left “Saturday Night Live” as a writer in 2012 to pursue other comedic ventures, Fox picked up his sitcom pilot called “Mulaney,” which he starred in, produced, and wrote. Unfortunately, the show didn’t perform well and was canceled shortly after, in 2015.

Mulaney then went on to write “Documentary Now!” and the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. He also took on roles on television shows like “Crashing,” “Difficult People,” and “Portlandia.” Mulaney also currently voices the role of Andrew Glouberman in the show “Big Mouth,” co-created by Nick Kroll. In 2017 and 2018, he and Nick Kroll hosted the Independent Spirit Awards together.

In addition to his television work, John Mulaney performed stand-up comedy as a headliner since 2008. In 2009, he came out with a stand-up comedy album titled “The Top Part,” “New in Town” in 2012, and “The Comeback Kid” in 2015 on Netflix, which earned him a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special. In 2018, Mulaney released another comedy special to Netflix called “Kid Gorgeous,” for which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.

John Mulaney also had a Broadway show, “Oh, Hello” in 2016, which was filmed and released to Netflix in 2017.

More recently, in 2019, Mulaney released a children’s musical comedy special to Netflix called “John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch,” which showcases Mulaney and 15 child actors, who make up the

27 Jenny Slate Quotes, Jokes & Memes About Heartbreak & Having No Regrets

She’s weird and we love it!

Jenny Slate is an actress, author, and comedian. She started performing comedy with her best friend Gabe Liedman after meeting him at Columbia University in 2000. They became comedy duo ‘Gabe & Jenny.’ In 2008, they then began doing free stand up shows in Williamsburg with Max Silvestri called Big Terrific. Around that time, Slate started performing a one-woman show called Jenny Slate: Dead Millionaire at Uprights Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCBT).

In 2009, Jenny Slate appeared in sketches on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and the television shows Girls, Bob’s Burgers, Important Things with Demitri Martin, and others. During this time, Slate was hired on Saturday Night Live for one season. In her first episode, she accidentally cursed during her first sketch “Biker Chit Chat.”

In 2010, Jenny Slate co-wrote and voiced the viral video Marcel the Shell with Shoes On. She also played the role of Mona-Lisa Saperstein in Parks and Recreation. In 2014, Slate played the leading role in the indie film Obvious Child, which tackles issues surrounding pregnancy and abortion. For this performance, Jenny Slate received the Critics Choice Award for Best Actress in a Comedy.

Jenny Slate had recurring roles in the sketch show Kroll Show until it ended in 2015. A year later, Slate voiced the sheep, Dawn Bellwether, in Zootopia and Gidget in The Secret Life of Pets.

Throughout her childhood, Jenny Slate grew up in a literal haunted house in Massachusetts. She and her father co-wrote a book detailing their experience living there, called About the House. In 2019, Jenny released a book of essays called Little Wierds. Her first stand-up special, Stage Fright, was released to Netflix. Slate also currently voices the character of Missy Foreman-Greenwald on the show Big Mouth.

Jenny Slate is truly a wonderful performer. Above all, she is someone who is incredibly unique and not afraid to be herself. She says exactly what is on her mind and is not afraid to express her emotions. I have been a fan of Slate for a long time and have seen her Big Terrific comedy show alongside Silvestri and Liedman. One time, she came on stage and said something along the lines of “I’m too sad to perform comedy right now so I’m going to read a …

29 John Mulaney Quotes And Jokes From His Best Comedy Shows

John Mulaney always is up for something new.

John Mulaney is an iconic stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and actor. He studied English Literature and Religion at Georgetown University. When he graduated in 2004, he moved to New York with the hopes of being a comedian and began working as an office assistant at Comedy Central. A year later, he pitched the idea of making a parody of I Love the ‘80s titled I Love the ‘30s. Mulaney ended up making the show with Nick Kroll. Then, Mulaney was hired as a commentator on the VH1 show, Best Week Ever.

In 2008, Mulaney auditioned for Saturday Night Live and got hired on the writing team and worked there for six years. For SNL, he is known for co-creating the character of Stefon with Bill Hader as well as appearing on the Weekend Update. Mulaney returned to Saturday Night Live in 2018 and 2019 as a host.

After John Mulaney left Saturday Night Live as a writer in 2012 to pursue other comedic ventures, Fox picked up his sitcom pilot, called Mulaney, which he starred in, produced, and wrote. Unfortunately, the show didn’t perform well and was canceled shortly after, in 2015.

Mulaney then went on to write Documentary Now!, Oh, Hello on Broadway, and the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. He also took on roles on television shows like Crashing, Difficult People, and Portlandia. Mulaney also currently voices the role of Andrew Glouberman in the show Big Mouth, co-created by Nick Kroll. In 2017 and 2018, he and Nick Kroll hosted the Independent Spirit Awards together.

In addition to his television work, John Mulaney performed stand-up comedy as a headliner since 2008. In 2009, he came out with a stand-up comedy album titled The Top Part, New in Town in 2012, and The Comeback Kid in 2015 on Netflix, which earned him a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special. In 2018, Mulaney released another comedy special to Netflix called Kid Gorgeous, from which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.

John Mulaney also had a Broadway show, Oh, Hello in 2016, which was filmed and released to Netflix in 2017.

More recently, in 2019, Mulaney released a children’s musical comedy special to Netflix called John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Brunch, which showcases Mulaney and 15 child actors, …

28 Best Bo Burnham Jokes & Funny Quotes From His Best Comedy Shows

Goodbye sadness, hello jokes.

Bo Burnham is a man of many talents — he’s a comedian, musician, actor, director, and poet. He got his start on YouTube in 2006. However, he was posting funny songs on YouTube before it became a platform that really created celebrities and careers. He was simply posting silly songs he recorded in his high school bedroom to share with his friends and family.

Bo Burnham’s YouTube videos became a hit and now they have over 200 million views.

In 2008, he signed a four-year record deal with Comedy Central Records. He also released his EP, Bo fo Sho, that year. In 2009, he recorded a half-hour Comedy Central special and became the youngest comedian, at the age of 18, to release a special on the network. His full-length album titled Bo Burnham also came out that same year.

Burnham was born and raised in Massachusetts where he graduated from an all-boys catholic school called St. John’s Preparatory School. He was involved in the theatre program and worked diligently to be on the honor roll throughout his high school years. When he graduated in 2008, he got into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study experimental theatre. However, he decided to not attend and instead focus on his comedy pursuits.

In 2010, Bo Burnham released his second album called Words Words Words and recorded his first live special, of the same name, and it aired on Comedy Central. That year he was nominated for “Best Comedy Show” at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for his Words Words Words performance.

That year he also wrote, produced, and starred in an MTV reality show satire called Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous. Each episode focused on Zach rebranding himself in hopes to become famous and it was an intelligent subversion of the reality television genre. However, placing the show on a network among the reality shows he is poking fun of caused some viewers to not understand that it was satirical, thus it was not picked up for a second season.

Bo Burnham’s third comedy special and album, What., came out in 2013 on Netflix, as well as his YouTube channel. That same year he also released his first poetry book, Egghead: Or, You Can’t Survive on Ideas Alone.

His third stand-up special, Make Happy, was released on Netflix in 2016.