Why Comedians Are Obsessed With Death – Ricky Gervais Explains

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Why Comedians Are Obsessed With Death – Ricky Gervais Explains” – below is their description.

Stephen talks to Ricky Gervais about how the pandemic put Ricky’s stage show on hold for a while, but didn’t really change the jokes because he loves talking about evergreen subjects like life and death. Stick around more with Ricky Gervais, and check out his new standup comedy special, “SuperNature,” premiering May 24th on Netflix. #Colbert #SuperNature #RickyGervais

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