Watch: Crowder salutes Nick Di Paolo's greatest hits as they explain how comedy has changed for the worse
Today's show was jam-packed with fact-checks of the fact-checkers on everything Trump related. But it also featured a throwback segment on Nick Di Paolo, who was third chair today.
Crowder introduced the segment by explaining how other shows work, like Chelsea Handler's. Crowder said Handler pre-taped her shows so she could edit it, and would even use jokes sent to her by her guests. He also explained how people like Handler would be intimidated by people like Nick Di Paolo since he absolutely steamroll them live.
Crowder then tossed to an old clip of Di Paolo and Patrice O'Neal on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Di Paolo killed the crowd with edgy jokes that definitely would not be allowed on-air today. Crowder highlighted this, explaining how the jokes about race and weight could absolutely not air today. Di Paolo then pointed out that it's white people enforcing the rules against "offensive" jokes.
Crowder then explained that you don't have to be "color-blind," and there's a way to highlight differences while being funny without being offensive. Crowder later tossed to Di Paolo's tweet that got him fired from Sirius. Di Paolo quickly explained why he tweeted this. It was when Barbara Bush died, and a college professor said they were glad she died since she raised a lot of racists. So Di Paolo tweeted, "Dear future school shooter, please confine yourself to college campuses, specifically faculty lounges at Berkeley, Fresno State, etc." Di Paolo clarified this was about four days after the last mass shooting.
As you've likely gathered by now, today's show was quite raunchy and one you don't want to miss. Plus, Crowder and Di Paolo have alllll the details and everything you need to know about Trump's arraignment, so be sure to catch the whole show exclusively on Rumble.
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