Joe Pera Talks With You. 'A premature grandfather talks to you about things' is how I'd describe this, but while that's accurate, it doesn't really communicate how gentle and beautiful it is, a more elegant comedy for a more civilised age, which is silly nostalgia, but the series is still wholesome and nice and at odds with large swathes of modern comedy.
The Eric Andre Show. At the other end of the scale, we have the absurd, surreal, energetic, and violently transgressive mockery of a talk show. As close to Jam as I've ever seen, there isn't much in the way of straightforward humour, just about everything in each episode is more or less wrong in some way, which only makes it funnier.