Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust

In her latest Netflix special, Silverman takes her humor to dark places. From life starts with sperms to dog crucifixion to Jesus cums on my back to Angelina-Jolie lips to hooks (I won’t spoil this one for you), Silverman brilliantly exercises her freedom of expression. A must-watch.

Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive

Morgan is back after a serious car crash. He jokes about beating his dick all day at the hospital because it was the only part of his body that worked. On marriage, he encourages couples to have sex and keep it hot. Otherwise, they just become roommates. Morgan dresses like a pimp and talks like one. If you can get past the crassness, you’ll enjoy his humors.

Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King

In his new Netflix special, Indian-American Minhaj tells his personal stories of growing up as a son of immigrants and dealing with racism. With charismatic, charm, and confident, his message delivered: “Once you go brown. You better lock that shit down.”

Norm Macdonald: Hitler’s Dog, Gossip & Tricker

The comic’s comic Macdonald talks about suicide, getting old, and his nuanced interpretation of words such as ID, metaphor, and beauty. His attention to the details, particularly on his word choices, makes his latest special fun and fascinating to watch.

Kevin Hart: What Now?

Pocket pussy? Really? I didn’t know it was a thing until I watched Kevin Hart’s record-breaking sold-out performance in Philadelphia. Although his materials aren’t sophisticated or thoughtful, his delivery is entertaining.

Jo Koy: Live From Seattle

Whether talking about his Filipino mother, doting parenting approach, or witnessing a birth of a child, Koy keeps his materials on the lighter side. It’s more entertaining than making you think. I haven’t seem his previous works, but the race jokes might get worn out if he keeps repeating them.

Louis C.K. 2017

In his latest special for Netflix, C.K. explores the uncharted angles on controversial and uncomfortable territories including abortion, suicide, transgender, life, death, and dick. His uncompromising approach is shameful yet joyful to watch. He has mastered the art of embarrassment.

Dave Chappelle: Netflix’s Specials

After a decade on hiatus, Chappelle returns to the stage with two Netflix’s specials. From OJ to Cosby, race to rape, and genders to generations, Chappelle lands a wide range of provocative punches, and yet the two Ps that stand out are police and pussy. Glad he’s back and can’t wait for more.

House of Cards

I had avoided House of Cards for a while now, but gave in after a colleague persuaded me. On Saturday evening, I started watching the first episode after the kids fastened asleep. I ended up watching it until 2:30 in the morning. I can’t escape politic. Since I don’t want to keep up with the real one, my alternative solution is to follow the fake one.

Michael Che Matters

From Jesus as a shitty carpenter to white women taking over Brooklyn to being pro-choice for not having kids, SNL’s Michael Che is provocative but honest. He also explains “screw the pooch,” which doesn’t meaning to fuck a dog. His materials are a bit scattered, but hilarious with punchlines.