Why So Serious?

Why So Serious, Aisha Tyler?

"The Talk" co-host Aisha Tyler is also an author, podcaster, director, actor and -- most importantly -- stand-up comedian.

Aisha Tyler had a great 2012, but “The Talk” co-host is poised for an even bigger one in 2013. We talk to her before her Comedy Works shows.

Why So Serious, Doug Stanhope?

Comedian Doug Stanhope plans to do mushrooms to kick off the apocalypse on Dec. 21, but he's not optimistic about the results.

Raunchy, unyielding comedian Doug Stanhope catches up with Reverb about his place in the comedy world.

Why So Serious, Nate Bargatze and Louis Katz?

Why So Serious, Nate Bargatze and Louis Katz?

Comedians Louis Katz and Nate Bargatze are double-teaming Denver this week. Prepare for thyself for the smackdown.

Why So Serious, Jon Lovitz?

Do you like exclamation points in your text communications?! So does Jon Lovitz!!

Stand-up comic and “Saturday Night Live” veteran Jon Lovtiz fills us in on his recent travels and his comedy club/podcast theater.

Why So Serious, B.J. Novak?

Why So Serious, B.J. Novak?

B.J. Novak, a.k.a. Ryan the Temp from “The Office,” is an actor, writer, producer, director and… oh yeah, a stand-up comedian. We caught up with while he was visiting Aurora for an “Office”-worthy corporate gig.

Why So Serious, Dennis Miller?

Dennis Miller is perfectly cozy in his tent at the moment, thank you very much.

Dennis Miller may have broken hard for the right-wing in recent years, but he still knows what he is: a monkey with a microphone.

Why So Serious, Sebastian Maniscalco?

There's more to Italian-American comedian Sebastian Maniscalco than his exaggerated mannerisms, which have gained him a lot of fans over the past few years. Photo by Steve Anderson

Sebastian Maniscalco wants to know what’s wrong with people. Seriously: do you know know? Because people are stupid.

Why So Serious, Brian Regan?

With a fiercely loyal audience and constant touring, comedian Brian Regan has become a fixture in Colorado theaters. Photo by Brian Friedman.

Brian Regan may as well have a cabin in the high country and Broncos season tickets, given how frequently the comedian performs in Colorado.

Why So Serious, Ali Wong?

You may want to think twice before sitting next to L.A. comedian Ali Wong on a plane. We're just sayin'.

You may want to think twice before sitting next to L.A. comedian Ali Wong on a plane. We’re just sayin’.

Why So Serious, Kristen Schaal and Kurt Braunohler?

Kristen Schaal and her comedy partner Kurt Braunohler will play the Grapes of Rad show at the Gothic Theatre on Wednesday, July 11. Photo by Anya Garrett.

Before “Flight of the Conchords” and “The Daily Show,” comedy darling — and Longmont, Colo. native — Kristen Schaal was working with her brilliant comedic partner Kurt Braunohler. And she still is.