He performs over three hundred shows annually, had two movies released in 2006, and has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. In early 2004, he appeared in two episodes of Chappelle’s Show, and in September 2005, his HBO One Night Stand special aired. (bio from Wikipedia) To list the remainder of his accomplishments would take forever, so check out the following items below for more on the great comedian Bill Burr.
Minnesota radio host Bob Davis says the families of the Newtown victims can “go to hell”. His remarks have sparked outrage in the non-a**hole community. Comedian Jimmy Dore and Steve Rosenfield (former writer of The Daily Show) break it down on this installment of The Jimmy Dore Show.
The NRA wants women to join its ranks. Why only have one gender armed to the teeth when women can enjoy killing things as much as men? Comedians Jimmy Dore, Bill Burr (Comedy Central, Breaking Bad, Letterman, Conan, The Monday Morning Podcast) and political analyst Ben Mankiewicz (Host, Turner Classic Movies) break it all down on this installment of The Jimmy Dore Show.
Holy Shit, we got a lot of people on this weeks show.!!!
We talk to Bill Burr, Eddie Pepeitone, Matt Mira and David Feldman
to get their reactions to the way 9-11 is remembered in the media and our country in general. Plus Gov. Rick Perry calls in and says a lot of hilariously dumb shit.
Comedy and Everything Else Episode 65
Bill Burr stops by to talk with Jimmy and Stef about comedy and everything else…
This week on Comedy and Everything Else:
- Special guest Bill Burr, from show business!
- Bill has recommendations to kids about how to find their dreams and how to get there.
- Bill believes in America and he’s got a story to prove it.
- Bill gives advice to young comics.
- Jimmy and Bill talk tango.
- Why isn’t ketchup $90 a bottle?
- What’s the deal with bags at US Air?
- Is our government really just middle management?
- Health Insurance- we cover everything! Everything except what’s wrong with you.
- Failing in school and succeeding in comedy.
Note: the DC shows Jimmy mentions in this episode have already occurred. The episode was recorded before the shows but released after their completion.