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EP 30: Man Slaps Girl in NYC Subway Kortney talks about the viral NYC Subway slap

EP 27: BET Hip-Hop Awards; Breaking Bad Kortney talks about the BET Hip-Hop Awards and Breaking Bad Action Figures.

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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 34: Opening for Dave Chappelle & Hannibal Buress

Posted on | December 15, 2014 | No Comments


So there was nothing to talk about on the podcast, so I decided to talk about myself.

The only alternative was to talk about Bill Cosby, and I’ve had enough of that. No one is moving the story forward, yet it’s not dying. This Bill Cosby story reminds me of Lady Gaga’s music career. Enough with both of them.

So I decided to talk about the last few month of my career. With special attention paid to opening for Dave Chappelle and Hannibal Buress. A lot of people have asked me a lot of questions about the experiences. So I thought I would do a podcast about it.

Enjoy the podcast and please subscribe on iTunes.


Kortney Shane Williams

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Did you see Dumb and Dumber To? Because I didn’t

Posted on | December 11, 2014 | No Comments

Dumb and Dumber (Screengrab)

This morning before I left to work out. I did what I typically do. I kissed my wife and wished her a good day. Then I look at pet cat admonishingly and told him to watch the house. As I walk I walks out the door. I looked at her pet cat admonishingly, told him to watch the house while saying, “Now don’t you go dying on me now.” As I jogged to the gym I began to laugh, and think about my mother. That’s one of her favorite lines from the movie Dumb & Dumber. Then it hit me, “Didn’t they come out with a sequel?”

   They said people were clamoring for a dumber and dumber sequel. Personally I’ve never met any of those people, and I spend most of my time in a comedy club. I think the only people that wanted another sequel, were the producers who tried to make a sequel in 2003 without the original cast.… Read More

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 33: Busta Rhymes Falls and Ohio State in College Football Playoff

Posted on | December 8, 2014 | No Comments

Wow! It was sad to see, but it is true. Busta Rhymes fell off stage.


So its official Busta Rhymes is too old to be hip-hopping. I feel old saying that, because I grew up listening to his music. However, it comes a time for everyone to put the hip-hop down and Busta Rhymes time has come. Perhaps he can take up another profession, or do concerts while sitting in a chair. Maybe we could do one of the Coachella Busta Rhymes holograms, or have him only perform on a flat surface. I’m not sure what the solution is, but he’s too old to be hip-hopping.


I talk more about Busta Rhymes, and who is too old to be hip-hopping on this episode of The Last Show Podcast. I also talk about the College Football playoffs, and if the committee was a success.


Enjoy the podcast and please subscribe on iTunes.… Read More

Seattle New Years Comedy Show, Saturday Jan. 3rd (Stand-Up Style)

Posted on | November 29, 2014 | No Comments


Saturday January 3rd at 8 PM (Stand-Up Style) debuts at Easy Monkey Taphouse in Seattle for a New Year’s celebration. Get your tickets now: (Stand-Up Style) Brown Paper Tickets (You can click that link for tickets. That’s why it’s lighting up blue)


What’s (Stand-Up Style)?

Stand-Up [stand-uhp]: delivering a comic monologue while alone on the stage.

Style [stahyl]: attitudes that individuals within a culture express through their choice of cultural forms…it determines the manner in which they perform.

(Stand-Up Style) [stand-uhp] [stahyl]: Is a monthly live comedy show produced by Kortney Shane Williams. This is not the normal comedy show that is full of hack comics. This show features some of the best national touring headliners. It’s guaranteed to be a great night of comedy, and not one that turns your one night out, into a 3 hour marathon of unfunny; which ends up being more depressing than entertaining.… Read More

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 32: FERGUSON, AMERICAN TRAGEDY and Ohio State Buckeyes in college playoffs?

Posted on | November 25, 2014 | No Comments


In this episode of The Last Show I talk about the American Tragedy that was the Grand Jury’s decision to not indict Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown.

I’m not trying to be political or gain some sort of popularity off the back of a tragedy. I just thought it was important to use the platform that I have to try to make some sort of difference. Justice was not done yesterday. And as Dr. Martin Luther Jr. said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” So Ferguson is not just some small town outside of St. Louis. Ferguson is America. Ferguson is every city in America.

    I also digress and talk about The Ohio State Buckeyes, and why they should be in the college football playoffs.


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Kortney Shane Williams

Editor-in-Chief of Comedic Prose

Follow Kortney Williams on Twitter @kortneyshane

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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 31: Bill Cosby Assault Allegations and The 206

Posted on | November 20, 2014 | No Comments


Come on Bill Cosby. Come on man. You can’t be the dude out here trying to tell everybody how to act, and then not address rape allegations. You need to come out and say something. With the same intensity that you castigate other people on parenting and how black people need to be doing better.

The longer you say nothing the more it looks like you’ve perpetrated a fraud. You’ve created a lucrative empire on being the moral authority, and America’s dad. Well if you want anyone to believe you. Address the people that have accused you of rape.

I have more to say on the Bill Cosby topic on my podcast. Also on the podcast I talk about my appearance on The 206. I was on the show this past week. If you didn’t catch live. You should be able to find it online sometime in the near future.


Enjoy the podcast and please subscribe on iTunes.… Read More

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 30: Man Slaps Girl on NYC Subway and College Football Playoffs

Posted on | November 13, 2014 | No Comments


The story of the week was the fight that was caught on camera in a New York City Subway. It has gone viral, and has over 5 million views on YouTube.

    So it was only right that I talk about this week during the podcast.

I also sneak in a little bit about the college football playoffs. I give my opinion on the TCU v. Baylor argument. I also way in on Ohio State and what the rankings really mean.


Enjoy the podcast and please subscribe on iTunes.


Kortney Shane Williams

Editor-in-Chief of Comedic Prose

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Bernard Hopkins shows his age (Therapeutic socks)

Posted on | November 9, 2014 | No Comments

I knew Bernard Hopkins was going to lose to Sergey Kovalev as soon as he walked in the ring. Because Bernard was wearing therapeutic socks.

B. Hop was wearing the same socks my grandmother wears

B. Hop was wearing the same socks my grandmother wears

Bernard Hopkins is known for being a boxer that doesn’t seem to age. To think that at the age of 49, a guy had the ability to unify the Light Heavyweight titles is amazing. For years people wondered whether Bernard Hopkins aged. Is he human? Maybe he’s an Alien? Perhaps he runs on Duracell D batteries?

These were all fair assumptions until Saturday night when Hopkins showed up wearing therapeutic socks. They weren’t even athletic socks. Dude was rocking dress socks. It looked like Bernard came to the fight after a wedding. There’s no way you can win a title fight when you’re worried about circulation in your legs.

I’m not going to pick on a man’s age, because Bernard Hopkins is a hell of a fighter.… Read More

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 29: NYC street Harassment video, Chris Rock Saturday Night Live, and LeBron James Nike hysteria

Posted on | November 3, 2014 | No Comments


It’s The Last Show Podcast: Episode 29. I talk about the LeBron James debut for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the hysteria Nike has started. I talk about the viral street harassment video, and I talk about how Chris Rock detonated a lack of tolerance bomb while hosting Saturday Night Live.
So this week a video came out about street harassment. It’s a very interesting and even startling video.

    A woman named, Shoshana B. Roberts says she is harassed on a daily basis, and she decided to do a PSA video about it. In the video you can see people catcalling and being flat out inappropriate. At one point in the video a guy follows her shoulder to shoulder for five minutes. It seems like a scary situation that no normal human being would envy, but I do have some questions.

     Also this weekend Chris Rock hosted Saturday Night Live.Read More

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 28: 2014 NBA Season Preview

Posted on | October 28, 2014 | No Comments


The 68th NBA Season starts tonight. All the offseason moves are over, and now it’s time to speculate on what will happen on the court. In this episode of the last show podcast I spend a lot of time talking about the Los Angeles Lakers and the “nobody wants to play with Kobe Bryant” report.

I also predicted who will make the Conference and NBA Finals.

In addition I named my most depressing teams in the NBA. SPOILER ALERT: THE PHILADELPHIA 76ERS ARE THE MOST DEPRESSING TEAM.

I of course highlighted the Cleveland Cavaliers and broke down what the arrival of LeBron James means for all the members of the Cavaliers.


Enjoy the podcast and please subscribe on iTunes.


Kortney Shane Williams

Editor-in-Chief of Comedic Prose

Follow Kortney Williams on Twitter @kortneyshane

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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 27: BET Hip-Hop Awards 2014, Percy Harvin trade, and Breaking Bad action figures

Posted on | October 21, 2014 | No Comments

People were killing the BET Hip-Hop Awards. Saying that the show stunk and it look low budget, and that it was a waste of time. So I decided to record the show, because I love seeing a good train wreck. However, there was one problem. I liked the show. It wasn’t the best hip-hop show but it was really good. Snoop Dogg was okay as a host, and they did a live Cypher featuring Murda Mook.BreakingBadDoll

On this episode of the last show I talk about the Percy Harvin trade and what it means for the Seattle Seahawks. I also talk about the controversy surrounding the Breaking Bad action figures. Should they be pulled off the shelf?


Enjoy and please subscribe on iTunes


Kortney Shane Williams

Editor-in-Chief of Comedic Prose

Follow Kortney Williams on Twitter @kortneyshane

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Are Seattle Seahawks fans blaming the refs…again?

Posted on | October 20, 2014 | No Comments

NFL: NFC Championship-San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks fans, Hawk Nation, Twelves, or however you’re referring to yourself these days. Are you blaming the refs for losing to dreadful St. Louis? I know it’s not all of you blaming the refs, but it’s definitely the majority. So if you’re a fan and don’t feel like this applies to you. Look yourself in the mirror and if you still have neon streaks in your hair from yesterday’s game, you are who I’m talking to. I know you feel like it’s not your teams fault, but it is. The Seattle Seahawks stunk the joint up (I know about stinking the joint. My Cleveland Browns loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars). The great Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman aren’t infallible. Maybe trading your best offensive player two days before the game will affect the team? Perhaps your defense should be able to stop St. Louis? But it’s not the refs fault

I thought we were past this.… Read More

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