The Man Show

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Adam Carolla Joins Fox News Channel

Adam Carolla

Adam Carolla is going to help put a stop to the spin.

The ex-Man Show host has joined Fox News Channel  primarily as a contributor on... read more

Man of the Year: Jimmy Kimmel on the Emmys, Oprah and Going Head-to-Head With Leno and Letterman

Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel points to an enormous new treadmill in his office. The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host recently installed the contraption, which sports a large tabletop to conduct business while exercising, and has taken to walking on it while working. "I read somewhere that sitting all day can cut 15 or 20 years off your life," he explains. "It's worse than smoking. We weren't meant to sit this much." read more

Adam Carolla: Women Aren't As Funny As Men

Adam Carolla

Maybe this is why Adam Carolla called it The Man Show.

Carolla, who most recently appeared on Celebrity Apprentice, recently told the  New York Post that "dudes are funnier than chicks." While promoting his new book, Not Taco Bell Material, Carolla insisted that he doesn't hate working with women, but that they're always... read more

Exclusive: Adam Carolla Developing Animated Show at Fox

Adam Carolla

The Man Show and Dancing with the Stars alum Adam Carolla is getting animated. The comedian has teamed up with former King of the Hill executive producers John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky to produce The Birchums, which has landed a presentation order from Fox.

The Birchums is based on a character Carolla popularized in the 1990s on Los Angeles radio station KROQ's Kevin and Bean morning show.... read more

Jay Leno's New Tonight Show: Same as the Old Tonight Show

Jay Leno

Jay Leno returned Monday night to The Tonight Show with only the slightest of nods to the late-night shakeup that ended his primetime run and led to the departure of his successor — and now predecessor — Conan O'Brien.

Leno books Adam Lambert and others for Tonight Show return

"It's good to be home," Leno said of the show business institution he hosted for 17 years. "I'm Jay Leno, your host — at least for a little while."

With that, Leno went into his familiar monologue about the day's news. But this one was... read more

Seven Silly Questions for... Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan is not Howard Stern... yet. But give him time. In any given week, you can catch the future king of all media on two of the tube's most polarizing programs, NBC's Fear Factor (Mondays at 8 pm/ET) and Comedy Central's The Man Show (Sundays at 10 pm/ET). Today, he's even taking over the Internet, visiting TV Guide Online to answer seven of our silliest questions ever. Can the former stand-up's conquest of Paris Hilton, UPN and the world be far behind? TV Guide Online: Since men are such notorious channel surfers, is The Man Show doomed simply because its title aims to attract this fickle demographic?Joe Rogan: We counter that problem by featuring many young girls with bags of saline stuffed into the skin beneath their nipples. I know it sounds weird, but it actually works. TVGO: Care to address the rumor that you only allow Doug Stanhope to continue on as your co-host because you think he's less handsome than read more

Seven Silly Questions for&#133 Tonya Harding

Well, folks, we have now officially heard it all: On Sunday night's season premiere of Comedy Central's The Man Show (10 pm/ET), comedian Doug Stanhope is going to get his funny bone broken in the boxing ring by Tonya Harding, the slap-happy former ice princess who now beats people up legally. In honor of this bizarre and momentous occasion, we are risking life and limb to ask the muscle-bound pugilist seven silly questions. (Oh, the things we do for you people!) TV Guide Online: As guys go, Doug Stanhope is kind of a wuss. So don't you think the producers should have thrown co-host Joe Rogan into the ring, too... you know, just to keep the fight fair?Tonya Harding: Doug's very wussy — he fights like a b---h! I would rather have fought Rogan, because it would have been much more of a challenge. TVGO: Who screamed more like a girl when they got slugged — Doug or your Celebrity Boxing opponent, Paula Jones?Har read more

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Premiered: June 16, 1999, on Comedy Central
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Beer, babes and some generally bad taste figure in this look at things men think, like and do. The weekly series features tongue-in-cheek comedy, beer-guzzling and the provocatively clad Juggy Dance Squad. And don't forget the girls on trampolines.


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