Tastefully Offensive

Nov 15, 2018

Ian Karmel Stand-Up on 'The Late Late Show'

Los Angeles-based comedian Ian Karmel explains why soap for women is so much better than mens' soap in this funny stand-up set from Wednesday night's episode of The Late Late Show.

Previously: Mark Normand Stand-Up

Elton John Remembers a Life-Changing Christmas Present in John Lewis' 2018 Holiday Ad

British department store John Lewis & Partners is famous for their annual Christmas advert. For this year's ad, music legend Elton John reflects a Christmas gift from his childhood that forever changed his life.
"This year’s story is about the power of a gift. And how that gift inspired, changed and influenced the course of a little boy’s life. That little boy just happens to be Elton John. The film begins in present day and works backwards chronologically through Elton’s life right until the moment on Christmas morning when he received the special gift that changed his life."

How 'Harry Potter' Taught Us What Magic Sounds Like

For his latest video essay, Los Angeles-based writer Evan Puschak, aka "The Nerdwriter," takes a look at the sound design of the magic spells from the beloved Harry Potter film series.

Previously: The Comedic Genius of Norm Macdonald

James Corden Joins Mark Wahlberg for His 4am Workout

In this clip from Wednesday night's episode of The Late Late Show, host James Corden very reluctantly tries out actor Mark Wahlberg's ridiculous daily schedule, including waking up at 2:30am and joining Mark for his 4am workout.

Pickle Expert Guesses Cheap vs. Expensive Pickles

For the latest edition of Epicurious' "Price Points" series, pickle expert Bob McClure from McClure's Pickles gets challenged to correctly identify cheap and expensive versions of various types of pickles, including dill, spicy, bread & butter, and more.

Previously: Bread Expert Guesses Cheap vs Expensive Bread