You can't afford to go out? My fellow comics have also suggested their favorites bringing a little showbusiness to you. Jon Fisch interveiws different funny folks to see what makes them tick called In The Tank with Jon Fisch http://jonfisch.com/inthetank. More on general showbusiness business can be found at KCRW on a show called "The Business." http://feeds.kcrw.com/kcrw/tb. Bill Burr has a great comedy podcast www.billburr.com. Marc Maron has the most popular one amongst the comics that I asked called wtfpod.com. He has a suggested small donation on his website (man's got to eat) but it is way cheaper than paying for the in-person experience and he asks whatever you want to give. Visit character actor Stephen Tobolowsky and hear his stories at http://www.slashfilm.com/category/features/slashfilmcast/the-tobolowsky-files. Love movies? Listen to comic Doug Benson and friends give insight and opinion passionately uncensored at "I Love Movies." Itunes free. One of the great things about podcasts is that it truly lets the freedom of speech rip and these guys are the best at voicing their unique opinions with style.
Music heads? TV geeks? Gamers? Moms? Movie freaks? Sports enthusiasts? Religious nuts? Politicos? How to seekers? Gossip mongers? You got a taste, its out there for free. Search Itunes in the podcast section. Check out radio stations. Ask friends. It's out there to stimulate your mind and give you something to think about....or not think about...until you can afford a movie again. If you don't have an MP3 player, you can always plug straight into a computer until you can get your hands on one. It's out there. Enjoy!
PS Thanks for the suggestions Boston comedy folks! You really helped!
PSS If you want to add some of your favorites, please feel free...there's that word again...to throw some in the comments section. The more info in the world the better!