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For 30 years, New York's legendary Comedy Cellar has served as the launching pad for greatest stand up comedians in the world. Colin Quinn, Dave Chappelle, Ray Romano, Dave Attell, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Dane Cook, Robert Kelly and Greg Giraldo are just a few of the comedians who began as Cellar regulars. But classic stage performances have never been the only show going on at the Cellar. The biggest comedians in the world come to sit at the table upstairs, where comedians come to argue and discuss the events of the day and their lives, sharpening their their comedy knives on each other. This kibitzing (an inspiration for Comedy Central's Tough Crowd), has always been a private affair... until now. Join us for a weekly peek into the happenings at the Comedy Cellar's comedian table, where the funniest people in the world debate and discuss. Subscribe now and don't miss a second of it. We would love to hear your comments. Email them to

Customer Reviews

Noam is an unlikely hero for free speech

I remember hearing Noam posing hypos and basically doing the Socratic method on his guest and I thought this guy actually knows how to reason....lo and behold he is a lawyer, which is why he’s not a robotic knee jerk reactionary like everyone else on the planet.

Noam is a pretty good thinker and articulates his thoughts well, in a way that is not confrontational or rude (which is a rare talent these days). Who would have thought a comedy club owner has supplanted the aclu as the champion of free speech in 2018? Not me but god blesss him

Quite racist/sexist and incredibly repetitive..

^ I am not sensitive but everything seems to be the same topics & the same joke every single time.. I love quite a few comics but it feels like it is the same topics, answers and responses every single episode.. I love hearing different views that do not relate to in my typical political spectrum, but having the exact same question and responses is incredibly boring..


Noam is terribly uninformed about politics and yet he insists that he has valid points even without knowing the facts. Gets old quick but occasionally there are some interesting conversations with guests.