Lee and Herring
- Official L & H site.
Loads to browse through from the fans, including a database of favourite quotes and highlights from the TV show.
- British sitcom site.
Links to all the pages on British comedy programmes. Some official, some not so.
- Jokes etc.
Funny stories, embarrassing moments, you name it they are all here.
The Comedy Zone
- BBC comedy online.
Buy BBC comedy products, or play some of the games. Browse the site for your favourite show.
Eddie Izzard Online
- Official site.
There is lots of info here, some good pictures and some online buying opportunities.
Chris Morris Guff
- Archive of Morris humour.
Download clips from all the shows involving Morris, including Brass Eye and The Day Today.
- Time wasting distractions.
Lots of different items here to fill you with mirth. Jokes database, fat dancing guy, and torture a fish.
The Goodies Rule OK
- Goodies site.
Australian site packed with info and pictures of the Goodies, with links to other related pages.
- Useful for booking your tickets.
Find info on the comedians performing at the 8 venues around the country. Read a short biog of each and see where they are on next. Do not bother reading the jokes page.
- Spoils the surprise if we tell you what it does.
Simply type in the URL of the page you want to 'jesusify' and watch the often hilarious results.
- Online humour magazine.
US specific, but slightly amusing nevertheless.
- Scottish comedy club site.
Details all the shows from the Fringe festival.
The Mark Thomas Product
- Topical humour.
Hard hitting political comment, with a few jokes thrown in. Not much to laugh at, but thought provoking site.
The Black Piano
- Online comic strip.
Quite bizarre site containing little cartoon strips. Some are even amusing.
UK Laughter Links
- Comedy dates.
Little slow, and not much content from this Scene One site. Good listings section.
National Game Review.
- Parody site.
Makes fun of computer games, but quite US specific, so some of the jokes do not work so well for UK viewers.
- Humour from internet surfers.
A lot of internet specific humour here. Bills itself as 'news for nerds'. Enough said.