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The television series The Half Hour is a stand up comedy show. This show is thirty minutes long and features the comedy of several different stand up acts. Each comedian comes out and does their skit for the audience. The comedy on this show features some unique comedians. There are those that make a regular appearance including Brody Stevens, Dan St. Germain, Erik Griffin, and Nikki Glaser. There are also other comedians that make their first live appearance on this show. Each comedian performs a solo act and gets the chance to show off their talent. The show is set at different comedy location; the most popular location is Boston. Each show features different comedians and the chance for some newcomers to make people laugh.

The Half Hour is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (103 episodes). The series first aired on April 20, 2012.

The Half Hour is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Half Hour on demand atApple TV+, CBS, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Comedy Central, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

Comedy Central
7 Seasons, 103 Episodes
April 20, 2012
Cast: Nancy Cartwright, Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Yeardley Smith, Pamela Hayden
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The Half Hour Full Episode Guide

  • Sarah Tiana examines how her tolerance for everyday annoyances has changed as she's gotten older and explains why house music's name doesn't make sense.

  • Comic Tim Dillon recalls the time he tanked a job interview by being too intense and discusses how he got suckered into buying far too much frozen yogurt.

  • Comic Chris Garcia refuses to get rid of his snaggletooth, explains why Cubans who've left Cuba never return, and shares his mom's suggestion that he dress more like Pitbull.

  • Emmy Blotnick defines a nonsense phrase she heard on "Wheel of Fortune," discovers where all pop songs come from, and professes her love for Fifth Harmony.

  • Devin Field acknowledges that he's uptight, names the most racist show on TV, and imagines ancient Greek theatergoers going to awful plays to support their friends

  • Comic Megan Gailey describes an uncomfortable waxing experience, details the horrors of living in New York City and admits she's convinced she'll be murdered.

  • Comic Langston Kerman fondly recalls living with a white woman who believed in ghosts and explains why phone sex doesn't work in long-distance relationships.

  • Adam Cayton-Holland discusses living the chill life in Colorado, his love of birdwatching and his memorable experience at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

  • Solomon Georgio details his experiences as an immigrant in the U.S., reveals his obsession with "Harry Potter" and explains what it takes to make it onto his enemy list.

  • Joel Kim Booster talks about life as a homeschooled kid, coming out to his conservative parents and being single for the first time in eight years.

  • Sam Jay digs into the struggles of life with her new wife, reveals how she knew she was gay, and tries to understand politics and racism in America.

  • Josh Johnson discusses life as a non-alpha male, his time as a theater kid and the many perils of living alone for too long.

  • Comic Julio Torres performs.

  • Comic Anthony DeVito performs.

  • Comic Jo Firestone performs.

  • Comic Casey James Salengo performs.

  • Comic Jenny Zigrino performs.

  • Comic Shane Torres performs.

  • Comic Yamaneika Saunders performs.

  • Comic Chris Redd performs.

The Half Hour Video Clips & Extras

Matthew Broussard - Looking Like a Jerk - The Half Hour Clip (02:20) Ahmed Bharoocha - Cat Phobia Clip (01:53) Naomi Ekperigin - Becoming Mrs. Beckerman Clip (01:02) Mike Recine - Songs About Cheating Clip (01:07) Jacqueline Novak - Apple Woman Clip (01:38) Nick Turner - Rescue Dogs Clip (01:22) Martha Kelly - Animal Road Trip Clip (01:11) Erik Bergstrom - One Cool Dude Clip (01:03)
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