Ahhh I wish my grandmother was still alive to get me through this quarantine with her amazing food!


  1. L A

    L ADay ago

    Do more about GRANDMA!! LOVE !! ๐Ÿ‘โค

  2. Austin Metcalf

    Austin Metcalf2 days ago


  3. Brian Appel

    Brian Appel6 days ago

    For me, it was my bubbe from Poland. Always got cookies, honey cake, matzo ball soup, roast chicken. Bubbe was always baking, cooking, got a fridge full of food. Every five seconds, "Go eat! Essen! There's food in the fridge! Go eat! Take!" I don't think I was ever at bubbe's and didn't have some meal on the go. I miss her like crazy

  4. Grisel Olivero

    Grisel Olivero6 days ago

    No one beats Grandma's cooking ๐Ÿ‘โค

  5. Laura Malek

    Laura Malek7 days ago

    "'s-a for take...." "It's a DIME!" "Shhh" know in case the other grandkids get jealous of your sudden wealth. ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ˜…

  6. Izy Cool

    Izy Cool24 days ago

    Grandmas are the judge, jury, Chef, officer, Doctor, Nurse, dentist... you were her personal driver though. Lol.

  7. ControversyRadio

    ControversyRadio25 days ago

    I love his old country family stories.

  8. Joe Brisindi

    Joe Brisindi25 days ago

    So true. Maybe 3 words of English, a nightgown, sandals of some sort, a bowl of random fruit on the table, assorted selection of nuts for after the meal.. Yet it was the single best cooking there ever was.

  9. John Reese Fishing

    John Reese Fishing26 days ago

    our biggest meals were after church on sundays, all the food you could eat, leftovers all week. family members everywhere, miss those days

  10. Claire Bear

    Claire Bear27 days ago

    This stuff is so true sounds just like my grandparents. My great grandma spoke little English so it was like Italish. She called me spaghetti ๐Ÿ sauce and my sister appela sauce lol. She made our underwear. She had jars of buttons in her house I played with them all day. ๐ŸŒถ๐Ÿ

  11. Willow Scott

    Willow Scott27 days ago

    Today marks one year since my granny died.. she was everything to me and took care of me.. I miss her terribly

  12. Saturn3

    Saturn329 days ago

    My Grandmother Grace Costanzo...would do anything for me. If you had an Italian Grandmother then you have had the best. I would never utter a mean word about my Grandmother even in joke. I respected her and loved her. She is no longer with me and I miss her every day. Go home and hug your Grandmother for those that have one with them.

  13. Tina V.

    Tina V.Month ago

    398 ๐Ÿ‘Ž NON Italians!!

  14. A Fera

    A FeraMonth ago

    Forza italia !!!!

  15. MissLil Nova

    MissLil NovaMonth ago

    My grandmas are equally assholes.

  16. ngc22072001

    ngc22072001Month ago

    I totally forgot about lasagna being Italian, until he mentioned it, and I said, dang I love lasagna,๐Ÿ‘

  17. ALWestcott

    ALWestcottMonth ago

    Nylons up to her knees! I lost it there! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  18. Victoria Perkovic

    Victoria PerkovicMonth ago

    Person Pices??

  19. Josette Houghton

    Josette HoughtonMonth ago

    God bless grandma..

  20. Janice Metzger

    Janice MetzgerMonth ago

    She didn't have a job? Misogynist much? SHE HAD A HUGE JOB-- a more important "job" than any comedian's "job"! Jeeze.

  21. Michael Gay

    Michael GayMonth ago

    I would wake up to Italian music every Sunday morning with Roman Catholic church on T.V. with the smell of sauce/gravy. RIP Pascarella. I miss you so much!!

  22. zionbound11

    zionbound11Month ago


  23. Lisa Stallings Keelor

    Lisa Stallings KeelorMonth ago

    Itโ€™s been a long time dream of mine to be adopted by someone like his grandmother. Eating Italian food all day. Where do I sign up?

  24. nicodemo Scarfo

    nicodemo Scarfo2 months ago

    my grandma was never like this

  25. Nicholas Grui

    Nicholas Grui2 months ago

    @Sebastian Maniscalco: your old-country-in-the-US upbringing material has always cracked me up, because it is all so familiar to me! My grandmother was the best pastry chef in her community. I say it with confidence, because people who didn't even really like her all that much still had to concede that it was so! XD Despite this, there was always an unopened box of Entenmann's on the counter just in case 'company' stopped in. She reached into a fold she kept at her chair and gave my brother and I money from it every time we visited. My grandfather had a large garden and a lovely pear tree in the backyard, and we could pick fruit straight from the branch whenever we wanted. I never show up anywhere empty handed, and when others do I whisper to my wife, "Look, babe, the 'guest of honor' is here." I would have never dreamed of opening someone else's refrigerator! Oh, and your material about self-checkout lanes and having to finish making your own sandwich? Oh, my God, I have been saying that for years. The first time I had to put my own grocery bags in the cart, I asked the manager where my paycheck was. XD Some might call us too self-conscious today, but I think we had a better word for it in the old days: MANNERS.

  26. Zeta Reticuli

    Zeta Reticuli2 months ago


  27. Howard Wayne

    Howard Wayne2 months ago

    Everytime we went to my grandmothers house , within 30 minuets , she'd be up cooking something ! My grandma spoke good English , but she'd always try to teach me Czech . maybe I'd have had better luck on the dating circle if I'd have listened .

  28. James Dluhos

    James Dluhos2 months ago

    Loved my grandma (baba)

  29. Jenni Porterfield

    Jenni Porterfield2 months ago

    fat hanging via shoe---- Oh, my heart ๐Ÿ–ค

  30. K Jones

    K Jones2 months ago

    You and grandma are always awesome. xo You were worth that dime to her. hehe.

  31. Daisy Masella

    Daisy Masella2 months ago

    sabestian his incredible everything that comes out of his mouth is so funny i know he cracks me up his the best

  32. coffee smoke

    coffee smoke2 months ago

    I think this dude is a good dancer he seems lite on his feet

  33. TheReal OX Its worth the art

    TheReal OX Its worth the art2 months ago

    It's ah dime!!๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  34. Tango Bango

    Tango Bango3 months ago

    Funniest guy around today. Period.

  35. Bernie Martinez

    Bernie Martinez3 months ago

    Bein aca lol

  36. Howard 88

    Howard 883 months ago

    Sebastian is one of the most funniest talent comedians out ๐Ÿ˜‚

  37. Tamรกs Nyapi

    Tamรกs Nyapi3 months ago

    โ€œBitches having heels on their feet and their feet look like a loaf of bread!โ€

  38. Sam Hilbourne

    Sam Hilbourne3 months ago

    My grandma is a great caretaker and cook

  39. Anum B

    Anum B3 months ago

    Oh nahh shouldnโ€™t mention grandma & tits & food in the same sentence ๐Ÿคข

  40. B w

    B w3 months ago

    I personally wouldn't know what's a loving grandmother is like, considering both of mine are vindictive assholes who'd love to see my sisters and I fail, but I'm so happy to see everyone's comments on having loving ones! Im just happy my mom can relate to this grandmother stereotype, because she loves to feed us and all that as well lol

  41. Linda Knaus

    Linda Knaus3 months ago

    You should not talk about ur grandma like that ๐Ÿ˜ก

  42. Claire Bear

    Claire Bear3 months ago

    I caught my Italian great grandma cooking octopus ๐Ÿ™ I was horrified. I was about 3 or 4 ๐Ÿ˜‚she made All our underclothes. She had jars of buttons I loved playing with them. ๐Ÿฅฐ

  43. Dane Whaley

    Dane Whaley3 months ago

    Didnโ€™t even use a spoon just her hand!

  44. Margaret Mosca

    Margaret Mosca3 months ago

    When I went to visit my grandma. She would given me a quarter and a coke

  45. Margaret Mosca

    Margaret Mosca3 months ago

    Home made cavetelli

  46. Ya Ranen

    Ya Ranen3 months ago

    Growing up in an Italian household, hes not wrong lmfaoo

  47. Haus Junky

    Haus Junky3 months ago

    "Its a dime, ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿคจ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ '' ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  48. Queen LoveOfMyLife

    Queen LoveOfMyLife3 months ago

    He's Crazy!

  49. Knunnie K.

    Knunnie K.4 months ago

    I have a grandma who cooks too. She had a stroke years ago and couldnโ€™t cook anymore. I loved her cooking. Miss those times so much.

  50. edith pdlp

    edith pdlp4 months ago

    It seems that Italians and Mexicans are very similar on the food issue. My grandmother was Mexican and she lived in the kitchen preparing tamales, pozole and enchiladas.๐Ÿ˜‹ My grandmother also never learned English despite living in the United States from 1966 to 2020 (until her death).

  51. Ruub Ster

    Ruub Ster4 months ago

    Who tf disslikes this?

  52. Debbie Gum

    Debbie Gum4 months ago

    This describes not only my Mimi, but my mom and dad.

  53. Sandy Wright

    Sandy Wright4 months ago

    I could eat Italian everyday

  54. Sandy Wright

    Sandy Wright4 months ago

    OMG Lasagna wow I love it

  55. MissMcD

    MissMcD4 months ago

    lmfao omg im dead tears streaming omg lmao!!!!!!!

  56. Kerry Webb

    Kerry Webb4 months ago

    I love Sebastian, he is so funny.

  57. Nature Owns

    Nature Owns4 months ago


  58. John Ambrogio

    John Ambrogio4 months ago

    Omg my grandma just came alive...Thank you

  59. Creation 927

    Creation 9274 months ago

    My grandfather had a closet just for cans of tomatoes and another closet for pasta ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  60. hoya vp

    hoya vp4 months ago

    That was my Momo.

  61. loriloristuff

    loriloristuff4 months ago

    My husband's nonna made raviolis, all kinds of raviolis, acres of raviolis. At Christmas time, she dragooned all the female relatives, and got out sawhorses and planks to make raviolis.

  62. SuperPrincessHearts

    SuperPrincessHearts4 months ago

    She loved you. Thatโ€™s why she cranked out those lasagnas and gave you her dimes.

  63. John McKeon

    John McKeon4 months ago

    Go Army beat Navy!

  64. Professor Penne

    Professor Penne4 months ago

    why is it that as someone that grew up in an irish household I find italian stories so relatable

  65. Santa Claus

    Santa Claus4 months ago

    This makes me miss my nonna :(

  66. Scorpio

    Scorpio4 months ago

    She sounds great.

  67. Iraida Mo

    Iraida Mo4 months ago

    His big toe is heading to the kitchen!! I can't ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚. Love this Guy!!!

  68. XxThe_RemedyXx

    XxThe_RemedyXx4 months ago

    My grandma was EXACTLY the same. Lived with us as well. Cooked all fucking day. Same nightgown and stockings except hers was black (Greek).

  69. Massabielle

    Massabielle4 months ago

    Sauce with dates in masking tape, sausages hanging from the ceiling, cranking out the lasagna...........I miss the old days, and the older relatives so much.

  70. Marvin Franklin

    Marvin Franklin4 months ago

    I thank God for this guy!

  71. buk390

    buk3904 months ago

    Why is the headline โ€œSocial Distancing???โ€ This amazing comedy has nothing to do with social distancing

  72. Barry White

    Barry White4 months ago

    I guess it's just a coincidence that he toss's up the devil horns in every performance.

  73. Mabbeloh Tibbedo

    Mabbeloh Tibbedo4 months ago

    They are all a part of it๐Ÿ˜’.

  74. Michelle Chini

    Michelle Chini4 months ago

    This is dangerously funny and true to the millimetre.

  75. Shannon White

    Shannon White4 months ago

    MY GAWD IM DYING ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  76. 13Babeloe

    13Babeloe4 months ago


  77. Potatoes

    Potatoes5 months ago

    Do all grandmas do the shushing after giving cash or is it only Arabs and Sicilian grandmas? Maybe they still carry some Arab influence from the Emirate of Sicily days xD

  78. wtfhellas

    wtfhellas5 months ago

    Growing up greek or Italian, This is truth and i died laughing at the grandmother

  79. Hadley Rylan

    Hadley Rylan5 months ago

    Am I really high or is he yellow??

  80. haunted girl

    haunted girl5 months ago

    Everything thing you said Sebastian is 100% truth. Winter was great when my grandma would make 15 to 20 pies. They looked like something out of a gourmet magazine. Lol she didn't measure shit! She never had those damn little resipe cards either. But in the winter the closed back porch didn't have any heat, but it did have one of those squeaky metal gliders with the lime green plastic "cushions", you know the ones that the metal arms "Flipped" out for "elbow room when you sat with neighbors in the summer. So in the winter that glider became the "pie display" area and the porch was the "fridgadaire" lmao. Annnnnny pie you wanted. Coconut cream, banana cream, apple, cherry, blueberry, but my favorite was lemon meringue. The lemon was 3 inches and the meringue was just as high. Food WAS EVERYWHERE. I would wake up around 9 am, smell the sauce that had already been cooking for 4 hours, come down fbe steps, she would make me farina with a dash of salt, a pat of butter a little milk and sugar. But of course while I waited I would convince her to give me a hunk of the bread she had made with sauce on it from the pot on the stove. Lol. Her meatballs were correct after she mixed everything and pinched off some of the meat from the bowl and ate it........yep ate it raw to make sure it tasted right. God I miss those days. I wouldn't trade them for the world. Oh and our grandmas were tough. Her and my great grandma had new burns, old burns going up and down their forearms from taking food in and out of the oven. I would hear her burn herself, she would say "you dirty bastard or you sommona bitch " and go about her cooking. No band aids Sebastian lol. Maybe a little bit of "Seabreeze" "Antiseptic" later in the evening after her bath, but that was the extent of her medical treatment. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น

  81. GiantsJets718

    GiantsJets7184 months ago

    Hiii :)

  82. Lisa C

    Lisa C5 months ago

    ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ This is so true.

  83. Donovan 513

    Donovan 5135 months ago

    Garfield would love it, lasagna

  84. Bruna B

    Bruna B5 months ago

    ahhh, the days of the grandma's cooking. Loved it.

  85. RS / SS

    RS / SS5 months ago

    its great when you can smile and laugh at the same time, my nonna lived in our basement when I was a child, so funny because it is so true!!! RIP nonna

  86. Luann Rouff

    Luann Rouff5 months ago

    My grandmother once gave me $5 and told me to buy some pajamas. I was so confused. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  87. The real Pen caps

    The real Pen caps5 months ago

    As an Italian I can confirm. This is accurate.

  88. david valensi

    david valensi5 months ago

    How wonderful it was, having one of those old world grandma's.

  89. joan brown

    joan brown5 months ago

    A great story teller,would make a great car salesman

  90. Mark Maiuri

    Mark Maiuri5 months ago

    Don't forget! Grandmas are where we came from!

  91. C M

    C M5 months ago

    This video inspired me to mass produce marinara sauce all weekend.

  92. Lalla- Rookh Sky

    Lalla- Rookh Sky5 months ago


  93. hxhdfj ifzir st c

    hxhdfj ifzir st c5 months ago

    Sebastian is really in his prime. Sometimes, every twitch and breath is perfect. Pure talent.

  94. Dumb Ass

    Dumb Ass5 months ago

    We grandma was young a dime was like 10 bucks

  95. Return of the Queen

    Return of the Queen5 months ago

    I would love to catch a grandma made lasagna!

  96. C M

    C M5 months ago

    I wish I could rent a grandma to live in our basement & crank out lasagna.

  97. David Oldenburg

    David Oldenburg5 months ago

    Grandparents are awesome!

  98. Uncle60

    Uncle605 months ago

    Haha my basement looks like a shop rite

  99. Robert Smith

    Robert Smith5 months ago

    Itโ€™s a dime?!

  100. Margaret Mosca

    Margaret Mosca5 months ago

    Absolutely food every where. My mom or grandma had something on the stove all the time. Love it

  101. Jay- Rus

    Jay- Rus5 months ago

    His comedy is so relatable. Thats what makes it so funny

  102. Pacific Permaculture

    Pacific Permaculture5 months ago

    This really takes me back.I know mine made better food than could be bought.