One of the youngest stand-up comedians ever to hit it big, Bo Burnham was performing at festivals and signing record deals while barely out of high school. Inspired by legendary comic instigators like George Carlin and Richard Pryor, Burnham performs satirical and very politically incorrect songs about issues of race, gender, the disabled and sexuality. Though propelled to fame by internet videos, he has become a regular on the club and festival circuit, and his songs have made him a hit with college crowds. Burnham proves that being young helps you get away with being a smart ass.
The live streak continues as we come to you from Montreal on this week's Professor Blastoff! We find out why Kyle always carries a spare bed, David tells us about his recent lost luggage debacle and surly Tig discusses her desire for…Listen