Dry Bar Comedy prides itself as being the world’s most extensive collection of hilarious stand-up comedy the entire family can enjoy.
From the new names who are changing the game to established industry greats, there are hundreds of comedians on the platform waiting to be discovered by viewers from all over the world.
Here are four of the best comedy specials you can watch on Dry Bar right now.
1. “Big Daddy Kicks In,” by Jeff Wayne
Jeff Wayne was only 14 years old when he decided he wants to become a stand-up comedian. That was more than five decades ago. Throughout his incredible career, Jeff has worked incredibly hard to hone his craft.
However, he also has a natural comedic ease and charisma no amount of formal training can provide. On Dry Bar Comedy, he quickly became one of the most popular comedians, with his original, sometimes edgy content and perfect delivery.
In his special called “Big Daddy Kicks In,” Jeff tackles the topic of political correctness. Here’s a preview of the show, which will help you figure out if this is one of the comedy specials you’ll enjoy watching on Dry Bar Comedy, as well.
2. “This Is Mostly Baby Fat,” by Andy Forrester
Performing comedy since 1999, Andy has opened for comedy legends, such as Kevin Pollak, Louie Anderson, and Gilbert Gottfried, while also building his style as a stand-up comedian.
His brand of off the wall humor, high-energy routines, and easy-going style turned Andy Forrester into an audience favorite.
On Dry Bar Comedy, he brought his signature self-deprecating humor. If this is a type of comedy that tickles your funny bone, then you’ll enjoy his special called “This Is Mostly Baby Fat,” as well.
Check out Andy’s bit on the secret to weight loss in the video below. You’ll get a quick preview of the show and see why we’ve included it as one of the best comedy specials.
3. “Old Dog, New Jokes,” by Jeff Jena
One of America’s favorite comedians, Jeff Jena, has over thirty-three years of live performance experience. He’s well-known for connecting with his audiences, his stage charisma, and the ability to “tell it like it is.”
In his special “Old Dog, New Jokes,” Jeff Jena pokes fun at the weird habits in this highly-digitalized world, such as texting someone standing a few feet away and relying on emoji to communicate.
If you’re always on your phone like most of us are nowadays. You’ll find this snippet from the show hilariously-relatable. Take a look:
4. “Activated,” by Tommy Ryman
A semifinalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Tommy Ryman is known for his original acts, which have been described as absurdist and clever masked behind an endearing demeanor.
“Activated,” his special on Dry Bar Comedy, is a reminder that awkwardness can be -- and often is -- awesome.
Fans of self-deprecating humor, observational comedy, sarcasm, and satire will love this Dry Bar Special.
Watch the video below for a quick sample of what you can expect:
Which of These Comedy Specials Caught Your Eye?
We hope you enjoyed finding out more about these popular specials available on Dry Bar Comedy right now.
If you’re interested in learning more about the platform and some of the top comedians who are leaving their mark on the show, then be sure to check out this article, as well.
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