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Anthony Jeselnik is trying to get a rise out of you. The former Fallon writer has a knack for making people laugh at appropriate times at inappropriate subjects.
You have questions, Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome have answers.
It’s a BJ stream of conscious song!
Follow along with Riki and Kate as they sing their way through love, life and Hollywood in a series executive produced and directed by Fred Savage.
Hey, remember when Steve Buscemi peddled celery for a living on Portlandia and got nominated for an Emmy?
All’s well that end’s well. Marc Maron said that, right?
The show premieres Thurs, August 7 10p with a brand new episode.
Things get dark on the season finale of Maron.
The two talk show hosts talked Comedy Bang! Bang! and Between Two Ferns.
You can’t lose these v-cards!
“I don’t know why this garage changed my life,” said Maron
All the pics, clips and GIFs you need to make it until next week’s episode of Maron
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One thing that seems to unite horror movie villains is that they all were pretty miserable kids. Here are our picks for the worst horror movie childhoods.
Before Weird Al Yankovic was topping the Billboard charts with his brilliant song parodies like “Word Crimes” and “Foil,” and before Garfunkel and Oates had a show headed to our airwaves on Thursday, August 7th at 10p, the trio joined together to raise their voices in hilarious song. It all happened on The Super Serious…
Get a peek at Reggie Watt’s unified chaos theory
How would you update 1960s Batman? Tell us on Twitter!
Whatever the jungle — urban, gym, or book — there are rules. And that includes the dark jungle of the stand-up comedy circuit.
Article: Be a Portlandia Local: Enter for Your Chance to Win a Trip to Portland and Walk On Role in Portlandia Season 5
You could be an extra on Portlandia!
There’s a very important Depeche Mode GIF in here.
Making it in Hollywood isn’t easy, and every rising star should expect to have an occasional public humiliation on their way to the top.