Tosh.0 Blog

Preview: Worst Comedian Ever's Web Redemption

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | July 28, 2010 at 1:00PM

Tune in TONIGHT at 10:30pm/9:30c as Daniel helps the Worst Comedian Ever prepare for the comeback performance of a lifetime.

This Week's Web Redemption: Worst Comedian Ever

Posted by: Carly Hallam | July 26, 2010 at 1:00PM

This week, Daniel helps the Worst Comedian Ever prepare for a comeback performance on The Arsenio Hall Show!

Get your tomatoes ready for Darrell Bluett in an all new episode Wednesday at 10:30pm/9:30c on Comedy Central.

Want more redemption? You can check out all of our Web Redemptions right here on the blog as well as exclusive additional interview footage with our Extended Redemptions.

What You're Saying About Tosh.0

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | June 8, 2010 at 7:00PM

Featuring some of the latest Twitter and Facebook comments about Tosh.0.

Ha!  Jason, you're so right!  I hate when people tell inside jokes and I have no idea what they are talking about.

Like this one:

Q: How many Tosh.0 bloggers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None.  That's tech work.  Just have Akash figure it out!


That's hilarious!  On second thought, inside jokes rule!!


Posted by: Joselyn Hughes | April 30, 2010 at 4:00PM


I never thought I'd see the day where I felt bad for George Costanza, but it's arrived. Best remix on the internet?
For me it is.

Maybe it's because my two best friends in college called me Elaine. But that could be because I can't dance.

Maybe I don't love this video like I thought I did.

[via GorillaMask]









TechCrunch Is Creating the 'Definitive' Online April Fools List

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | April 1, 2010 at 12:00PM

Turns out the joke is on TechCrunch, because no one cares.

Seriously.  The Internet's geekdom has led to an unhealthy obsession with the world's worst holiday.  (My apologies to Columbus Day — formerly the world's worst holiday).

It's gotten to the point where you pretty much can't believe anything listed anywhere on the Internet on  April 1st.

Here's a non-April Fools Day related newsflash: The world doesn't stop spinning because it's April 1st.  And seriously, we can't blog about how bad other websites jokes are for 10 posts.

This is our job!  This is serious!

Wikipedia to Color Code Text, Tosh.0 Blog to Follow Suit

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | August 31, 2009 at 5:00PM


Wired Science reported yesterday that, starting this fall, Wikipedia will be adding an optional feature called "WikiTrust" that will "color code every word of the encyclopedia based on the reliability of its author and the length of time it has persisted on the page."  Wikipedia hopes this system will help clear up ambiguities in the reliability of their articles.

This idea is genius!  In fact, it immediately inspired me to suggest a similar system to the Tosh.0 blogging team:

  • GREEN - You have to be really high to get this joke.  Like ridiculously high.  But trust us, if you take the time to handle your business and can still figure out how to log onto your computer, you'll be laughing until tears stream down your cheeks.
  • MALTY - We were hammered when we wrote this joke.  As professional comedy writers, we spend most nights drowning our sorrows in a mix of whiskey and TiVoed daytime television (the shows we used to watch during the previous 18 months that we were unemployed).  Putting back a fifth of Jack every evening means you usually wake up about as drunk as you went to sleep.  Typically anything posted before noon can be considered to have been written under the influence of alcohol, but with the new color-coding system, you'll know for sure.

See the rest of the color-coding system after the jump… Show full post