Image of Sean Parrott’s “Summertime (Featuring Swagnum P.I.)” video is the greatest thing on the Internet
Sean Parrott’s “Summertime (Featuring Swagnum P.I.)” video is the greatest thing on the Internet
Nashville-based comedian & musician Sean Parrott is so incredibly funny and talented and wonderful, it’s just ridiculous. His new album “THE DTH OVE LOF” is a perfect example of that. Also, the video for “Summertime (Featuring Swagnum P.I.)” is (without question) the greatest thing on the internet. Stop everything and watch the video right now.. [Read More]
 
Miranda Lambert working on female comedy script
We all know Miranda Lambert is a country music star, but was anyone aware of her comedy skills? Lambert’s last music video “Something Bad About To Happen” starring Carrie Underwood alluded to the fact that Lambert might be looking into the film industry. The music video begins with... [Read More]
 
Stephen Colbert Gives Some Grownup Advice to Girls for 'Rookie'
by Megh Wright Rookie's ongoing series "Ask a Grown Man" has already offered up plenty of great advice from comedy people like Danny Pudi, Kumail Nanjiani, Judd Apatow, and Jimmy Fallon, and this week they returned with a brand new installment with none other than Stephen T. Colbert, who doles out t... [Read More]
 
This is a Hannibal Buress joke turned into a comic strip
Comic book artist Jaeil Cho is a talented person. If you remember back a few months, he’s already animated Louis C.K.’s famous Why? bit and then followed it up with Dave Chappelle’s joke about The Secret. Now, Hannibal Buress is the next comedian that fell under Cho’s ink pen... [Read More]
 
When Jon Lovitz Performed an Original Play on Live TV
by Ramsey Ess The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny p... [Read More]
 
Last Comic Standing 8: From a Top 5 to a Top 4
NBC's Last Comic Standing made the penultimate cruelest cut last night, winnowing the field from five to four. The show also introduced Jay Leno as a guest mentor, although I'm not sure what advice he gave them to help in this particular challenge, nor why our finalists had to fly to Las Vegas to me... [Read More]
 
Jay Leno’s words of wisdom to NBC’s Top 5, Last Comic Standing 8
Jay Leno appeared briefly on NBC's Last Comic Standing as the guest mentor for season eight's top five finalists, before they faced a studio audience and the judges in the first full head-to-head-to-head-to-head-to-head stand-up challenge. We didn't get to hear or see much of Leno on the TV broadcas... [Read More]
 
Revisiting “The Rocky LaPorte Show,” a CBS sitcom pilot from 2000
One of the plum rewards of winning Last Comic Standing is a development deal with NBC to see if the network can make a sitcom star out of the stand-up comedian champion. Rocky LaPorte, who made the final five on Last Comic this summer, may not have won that deal this year. But LaPorte does not what ... [Read More]
 
Watch a Scary Deleted Scene from 'Ja'mie: Private School Girl'
by Megh Wright The first season of Chris Lilley's show Ja'mie: Private School Girl comes out on DVD next week, but you can watch an exclusive deleted scene from the extras above in which our Hillford Girls Grammar School hero turns a scary movie date with Mitchell into the most physical flirtfest po... [Read More]
 
Sneak peek: Full episode of IFC’s “Garfunkel and Oates”
IFC’s adaptation of musical-comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates into TV series format premieres next Thursday (Aug. 7, 2014), but you can sneak a peek of a full episode right here and now, or whenever, online. In the "Speechless" episode, Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci go on a double-date... [Read More]