# The Comedy Network is the place to be Saturday nights when Comedy legends Katt Williams (April 4), Bob Saget (April 11), Jo Koy (April 18) and Jeremy Hotz (April 25) take the stage with all-new, uncensored and uncut specials in SATURDAY NIGHT STAND-UP
# Don’t miss the countdown to the season finale of the ever-so-funny THE JON DORE TELEVISION SHOW, Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT. **Season finale April 15**
# BBQ season is officially here and The Comedy Network fires up the grill with SIX WEEKS OF ROASTS starting with the COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF JEFF FOXWORTHY (April 21) and COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF PAMELA ANDERSON (April 28)
Below is a chronological listing of April 1-30 programming highlights.
Wednesday, April 1
10 p.m. ET/PT – THE JON DORE TELEVISION SHOW “Jon Wants Justice”’
When he discovers his bleach-stained clothes in the laundry room of his building, Jon wants justice; extreme justice! Fueled by revenge, Jon plays detective, and determines that his prime suspect is “The Man in White”. In a scene too shocking for civilized people, Jon exacts his revenge in a bizarre and extraordinary manner. So what if he has the wrong man. It’s funny.
Saturday, April 4
10 p.m. ET/PT – KATT WILLIAMS – Live!
Returning to his hometown of Cincinnati, Williams says and does exactly what he feels, provoking nonstop laughter on everything from sex and relationships to parenthood and his shattered L.A. illusions.
Wednesday, April 8
10 p.m. ET/PT – THE JON DORE TELEVISION SHOW “Jon’s Christmas”
When he doesn’t get what he wants for Christmas, Jon is pissed. Taking matters into his own hands, Jon confronts that rotund demon, Santa Claus, and a bloody brawl ensues. In this instant holiday classic, beloved comedian and humanitarian, Jon Dore, teaches us all the true meaning of Christmas. With an ending that will undoubtedly melt even the coldest heart, this very special episode is destined to replace It’s a Wonderful Life, as the most watched holiday show of all time.
Saturday, April 11
10 p.m. ET/PT – BOB SAGET – THAT AIN’T RIGHT
The comic pokes fun at his squeaky-clean sitcom image in a stand-up gig that includes riffs on single parenthood, animal sex, pop culture and AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS.
Wednesday, April 15
10 p.m. ET/PT – THE JON DORE TELEVISION SHOW “Jon Does Drugs” **SEASON FINALE**
Known to police as a tireless soldier in the war on drugs, Jon assists with the arrest of a pot smoker. When Jon learns about the medicinal uses of marijuana from his sickly neighbour, he’s profoundly confused. Why are some drugs legal and others not? Deciding that the only way to understand the true effects of narcotics, Jon tries them all at once. In this harrowing, and unflinching look at the drug subculture, Jon learns an important lesson about not peeing on his neighbours.
Saturday, April 18
10 p.m. ET/PT – JO KOY – DON’T MAKE HIM ANGRY
Jo Koy takes a hilarious, edgy and envelope-pushing look at everything from France to his Filipino mother and his very precocious son. As one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” he’s been hailed as a “comic for the people” – just don’t make him angry.
Tuesday, April 21
10 p.m. ET/PT – COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF JEFF FOXWORTHY
Blue collar comedian Jeff Foxworthy is skewered by his fellow comedians, friends, and others.
Saturday, April 25
10 p.m. ET/PT – JEREMY HOTZ – WHAT A MISERABLE SHOW THIS IS
Misery loves company and Jeremy Hotz is ready to tell you why. Hot off his extremely successful tour of Western Canada, catch the return of What a Miserable Tour This Is.
Tuesday, April 28
10 p.m. ET/PT – COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF PAMELA ANDERSON
Who’s who of top comedic talents roast Pamela Anderson in a rousing night of insulting insight featuring the talents of Jimmy Kimmell, Tommy Lee, Eddie Griffin, Nick DiPaolo, Andy Dick, Courtney Love, and many more.