Watch The Funny Spot

  • 2008
  • 1 Season

A 2008 television program which features the owner and employees of a comedy club in Manhattan. The show centers around Ben, the owner of the club as he attempts to keep the club both profitable and authentic in a neighborhood where the property values and rents are increasing. Ben relies on the advice of Toby, the bartender of the club, who always has an opinion on a subject. They are joined by Nicole, who waitresses the clubs tables. Nicole is an aspiring comedian herself, and tries to get stage time without success. The show includes some suggestive and coarse language.

Filter by Source

Seasons
Ridiculous Relatives
8. Ridiculous Relatives
December 22, 2008
The Funny Spot's gonna make you laugh when host Tony Rock brings to the stage Chris Spencer, Esau, Paula Bel, Rudy Rush and David Arnold. Chris Spencer gets real with the ladies, Esau brings the house down with family humor, Paula Bel cracks on dumb young girls and whacky reality shows, Rudy Rush laughs it up about getting married, and David Arnold jests about the realities of home ownership.
On the Spot
7. On the Spot
December 22, 2008
The Funny Spot is the place to be with host Tony Rock and his guest comedians Michael Jr., Retha Jones, Geoff Brown, Arvin Mitchell, and Rodman. Michael Jr. offers a fresh, comical perspective on being a daddy, Retha Jones speaks her truth as a single woman, Geoff Brown laughs about the trials of marriage, Arvin Mitchell gives up the funny about crazy couples, and Rodman brings the pain when he covers fashion, jobs, and income tax returns.
Comedy Pledging
6. Comedy Pledging
December 22, 2008
Host Tony Rock introduces some serious comedy with Jay Phillips, Vanessa Fraction, Clayton Thomas, Dannon Green and Don Reed. Jay Phillips has a funny take on game shows, Vanessa Fraction cracks up at being a young parent, Clayton Thomas warns the ladies about jealous boyfriends, Dannon Green pokes fun at the high price of gas, and Don Reed takes slo-motion to a whole new level.
Player to Player
5. Player to Player
December 22, 2008
It's time for more comedy at The Funny Spot with host Tony Rock. The comic lineup includes Franklyn Ajaye, Marc Howard, Ajai Sanders, T.K. Kirkland, and Alex Thomas. Franklyn Ajaye gives up the funny on door-to-door solicitors, Marc Howard talks about dating baby's mommas, Ajai Sanders gets real with the ladies about where to find good men, T. K. Kirkland finds the funny at church and Alex Thomas shares his hilarious perspective on young urban life.
Color Purple
4. Color Purple
December 22, 2008
Host Tony Rock sets it off at the Funny Spot with comics Joe Clair, Garrett Dixon, Loni Love, A.J. Jamal and Rodney Perry. Joe Clair takes a jab at the characters from The Color Purple, Garrett Dixon introduces the corporate "negro," Loni Love is tired of O.J., A. J. Jamal cracks on skin color, and Rodney Perry reminisces about his Apollo Theater experience.
Thug Life
3. Thug Life
December 22, 2008
It's time to get your laugh on at the Funny Spot with host Tony Rock. In this episode, comedians Mike Estime, TuRae, Joey Wells, Ray Lipowski, and Damon Williams come to the stage. Mike Estime shares his childhood experiences, TuRae pokes fun at "getting older", Joey Wells gets real with the challenges of fatherhood, Ray Lipowski rags on people who say stupid things, and Damon Williams offers his perspective on "the women of today."
Rock the House
2. Rock the House
December 22, 2008
It's another barrel of laughs when host Tony Rock kicks it at The Funny Spot, featuring comics Gilbert Esquivel, Na'im Lynn, Phyllis Yvonne Stickney, Corey Holcomb, and Michael Colyar. Gilbert Esquivel brings the house down with his cultural experiences, Na'im Lynn makes fun of the work out experience, Phyllis Yvonne Stickney's impersonations rock the house, Corey Holcomb conveys his outrageous opinions on relationships and Michael Colyar churns out rapid fire jokes that keeps you in stitches.
Sex and Single Life
1. Sex and Single Life
December 22, 2008
Deon Cole cracks on his fellow comedians, Steve Wilson jokes about being a grown man, Gerard clowns on radio station announcers, Melanie Comarcho tells it like it is from a woman's perspective and Roy Wood, Jr. brings home the funny- Southern style.
Description

A 2008 television program which features the owner and employees of a comedy club in Manhattan. The show centers around Ben, the owner of the club as he attempts to keep the club both profitable and authentic in a neighborhood where the property values and rents are increasing. Ben relies on the advice of Toby, the bartender of the club, who always has an opinion on a subject. They are joined by Nicole, who waitresses the clubs tables. Nicole is an aspiring comedian herself, and tries to get stage time without success. The show includes some suggestive and coarse language.

  • Premiere Date
    December 22, 2008