During his recent stop at Virginia Beach Funny Bone, Leonard Ouzts took to the stage. He goes over his parents, being big, and childhood.
For his stop at Comedy Time, Chinedu got on stage to explain his African name, and why he keeps his dad a secret.
For a night at Stand-Up NY Amanda Seales got stage and shared the many different ways racism can be handled.
Last night ‘The Coz’ sat down with Arsenio to converse and even hit the stage for a performance. As they talked he and Arsenio discussed his late son, and fellow comedian Dick Gregory.
A few nights ago Michael Blackson took to the stage on Arsenio. For his performance, he speaks on name calling, race, and Kim Kardashian.
For his stop at Comedy Time, Alex Ortiz gets on stage to talk ethnicity, and growing up mixed.
For his first time appearance on Arsenio, Quake hit the stage and explained some of his issues in dating, from being cat fished to dating service EHarmony.
For a night at Forth Worth’s Hyenas Comedy Club’ Lance Davis took to the stage to tel some jokes on 2 Chainz, dating life, and thoughts on D’Jango Unchained.
For Carnegie Mellon University’s carnival fest, Hannibal stopped by the school to tell a few jokes and shared his thoughts on the new Google Glass. Thanks to the product we get a front row seat.
For his late night stop on The Pete Holmes Show, Byron Bowers took to the stage and went over a few of the great people in history, spirituality, and black magicians.