Rob Delaney

Majority of people who shared the NHS campaign video had never shared a Jeremy Corbyn post before.
Sorry but we're going to need to see these scenes. Immediately.
Even now people say, “I don’t know how you coped?” My general response is, “It was just our life.”
"We can go to a nice restaurant and then go have sex in a park."
“We’re sad Henry isn’t here to see it but happy other families get a story told in Makaton.”
'I would try not to cry in front of his older brothers and fail and they’d ask why.'
'He was smart, funny, and mischievous and we had so many wonderful adventures together.'
Rob Delaney has opened up about the late Carrie Fisher’s upcoming final appearance in ‘Catastrophe’, describing her last
‘Catastrophe’ stars and writers Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan have revealed that their late co-star Carrie Fisher will have
It all began with a one-night-stand...
Neither viewers nor critics can get enough of ‘Catastrophe’, and today Channel 4 confirms their hit comedy will be back for
I think it's important to explain that major depression is not even peripherally related to "sadness." Depression is the absence of emotion. I never cried during my darkest periods of depression. Crying would have been A HOLIDAY. It would have been F***ING CHRISTMAS. A fight or a feeling of anger would have been AN EASTER EGG HUNT AT DISNEYLAND.
There are fascinating lessons to be drawn from the use of Twitter by comedians. Twitter, somewhat unexpectedly has found itself to be an oasis of comedy. The making of comedians used to be shows like Mock the Week and Have I Got News for You. A blistering performance there and the Hammersmith Apollo would soon be beckoning. Frankie Boyle commented recently that now no comedian need to wait for their day in the sun to blurt funny topical lines on TV panels shows, they can now ad lib in the moment on Twitter.