Burgers and Comedy: A Discussion w/ TJ MILLER,... →
mattbraunger: This is a great read.
ifc: Conan accidentally books Jon Dore & Rory Scovel for the same night. Thankfully they’re kind enough to share the stage and time with each other. I’m such a big John Dore fan. Laughed all the way through this, especially during the musical number.
comedynerdsunited: brettgelman: Dear Woman from FOD Starring Will Ferrell and Will Forte Featuring: Tim Heidecker, Jon Daly, Nick Kroll, Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer Seth Morris, Scott Gairdner, Ryan Perez, Brandon Johnson, many others, and me. Directed by: Matt and Oz WHAT… IS… THIS…. (aside from hysterical and glorious, of course) So weird. So good.
‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Director David Wain Says... →
mydamnchannel: Please let it happen, please let it happen, please let it happen! !!!!!
Woody Allen Finalizes ‘The Bop Decameron’ Cast:... →
popculturebrain: Wait this movie is called The Bop Decameron? Odd title aside, I’m SO excited about this film.
When the Teacher Sees You Chewing Gum
pleatedjeans: A wonderful gif for my fight against gum chewing.
If you can’t get it at midnight in New York, it probably doesn’t exist.– Stephen Colbert, in a rare out-of-character interview with Fresh Air. (via popculturebrain) Listening to this now and it’s such a treat.
Rumor: Dave Chappelle Planning New Show, But Don't... →
comedynerdsunited: The beloved comic is planning a new TV show with a paid subscription service like Netflix, Sony’s Crackle, or Hulu, which are now competing in the original programming game, a plugged-in source told Flash. “Dave Chappelle’s going back to TV,” tattled our insider. “It’s not for a network. It’s for Netflix or Crackle or some other subscription service.” Well this is...
The Onion Signs First-Look Deal With CBS TV... →
popculturebrain: Under the deal The Onion will develop non-Onion-branded programming for broadcast and the web. Outstanding.
When Insults Had Class
wnyc: icky-thump: “He has never been known to use a word that might send a reader to the dictionary.” - William Faulkner (about Ernest Hemingway) “Does he really think big emotions come from big words?” - Ernest Hemingway (about William Faulkner) In your ineluctable face, Faulkner!!! —A.P.
Are You A Comedy Nerd? Watch This. →
This is so satisfying (and I almost never say that before 10am).
UCB NY Theatre to Broadcast Shows Live on SiriusXM... →
comedynerdsunited: Great news!