While comedy itself often relies on stepping lightheartedly across boundaries of personal, social, and moral principle, some of the material covered brings out moral issues in a surprising, and often refreshing way.
Louis CK’s rant on the old Conan O’Brien Show (watch the new show @TeamCoco) offers a great comedic version of our younger generations’ attitude toward technology. Short version: it owes them … a lot! For a more scholarly, but still enormously entertaining view on the topic, check out Michael Wesch’s well researched anthropological evaluation.
Here’s one from Jim Gaffigan on what is possibly the most important virtue ethics impact of advanced technologies, particularly those of the “entertainment” type.
Eddie Izzard illustrates some all too common experiences with computers, and offers an interesting theory on how the world might end.
This one is the only example I know of where a technology itself displays racist behavior.