I swear I'm not making this up, this Miami humorist is in big trouble. Go »
You'd have to be crazy not to recognize this star: He's not Rick James, bitch, but he plays him on TV. Go »
This scion of a talented family recently faced diabetes. Go »
He talks real pretty on public radio, exposing his family's naked secrets. Go »
This Boston-Irish comic with the (foul) motor mouth spent years playing a firefighter and a sabretooth tiger. Go »
Lies and self-medication are no way to find happiness. This chipper comedian, talk show host, and wife of Portia de Rossi prefers to dance instead. Go »
I can't remember if this talk show host was funnier while she was still in the closet. Go »
This is the clue to Garry's goo, the textual clue to Garry's goo. Garry passed away and I thought I should make a tribute. We're almost to the part of where you write your guess, then we'll solve this Garry celebrity goo. Go »
This comedian has lent his scratchy, grating voice to three fictional birds. Go »
This ordained rabbi's controversial comedy plays like chicken soup for the funny bone. Go »
Nobody knows the truth about this bitingly funny woman: She hates herself. Go »
This New Yorker was a stand-up comedian, sitcom star, master of his domain, yada yada yada... Go »
This comic is celebrated for being clean, Catholic, and culinary. Go »
There's something about yesterday's Oscars that makes me gag. Go »
This very British comedian has appeared in very British shows like Doctor Who, The IT Crowd, and Peep Show. Who's the king? Go »
This comedian had a brief job working daily until he updated his career to work only on Saturday night. Go »
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If you find this Netflix star performing in the middle of the night, do not attempt a rude awakening. Go »
This nervous comic no longer lets success go to his head. Go »
This goo became most famous when he became most anonymous. Go »
This comedian gets nervous when hecklers grill him like a meat patty. Go »
On screen, his friends have been played by Lou Romano, Kevin James, and Charlize Theron. Go »
comedian and club owner who made a million dollars in a self-directed starring role Go »
If you were raised on the south side of Chicago, he would say that you are one big dummy. Go »
Justt becausee aa gooo iss easyy, doesn'tt makee itt trashh. Go »
This comedy is known for staying up until insane hours and for his violent talk show. Go »
He's best known for writing sketches and cartoons for Saturday Night Live, and puppeteering a certain Black Dog for Conan O'Brien. Go »
This Brit's edgy brand of comedy has cost him a radio career. Go »
Sacha Baron Cohen
Niiice! This comedian threw his people down the well to play a Kazakhstani reporter. Go »
This loud-mouthed, beret-loving former preacher had a strange career in comedy and an even stranger death by drunk driver in 1992. Go »
This race-baiting comedian could inspire a brand-new award in the goo game: the Big S. Go »
His satirical nightly Report on the national news has put the pun back into punditry. Go »
This TV dad is the new (not original) king of morning radio. Go »
After it was confirmed that he had talent, he took it to Vegas (appropriately enough, at The Mirage), where his inanimate co-stars do all of the talking. Go »
Her bit about cancer made her notarious overnight. Go »
I hope you manage to weed out the correct answer, otherwise your chances of winning could go up in smoke. Go »
He loved to make people laugh, and he died doing what he loved. Go »
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