‘Bob’s Burgers’ Writer Wendy Molyneux Has Raised Over $16K to Watch the ‘Entourage’ Movie for Charity
The Entourage movie hits theaters next week, and there’s one woman out there who will be forced to watch the whole thing at least once for a good cause. On Tuesday, Bob’s Burgers writer Wendy Molyneux set up a GoFundMe drive with a goal of $10,000 to make her sit through the Entourage mo... [Read More]
Looking Back at Anne Meara (and Jerry Stiller) Throughout the Decades
Sadly, we lost yet another comedy legend this week with the passing of Anne Meara at age 85. In her time she was a playwright, actress, and one half of the comedy duo Stiller & Meara, the other half being her husband Jerry Stiller. Today we look back at a few different television appearances of ... [Read More]
Will Forte joins the cast of Keanu alongside Key and Peele
The pitch is simple. Friends hatch a plot to retrieve a stolen cat by posing as drug dealers for a street gang. But the comedy is sure to be complex and smart. We can say this because the feature film, Keanu, has been written by the minds behind Comedy Central’s smash hit sketch comedy series ... [Read More]
Larry Wilmore Breaks Out the “Cool Millennial Hangout Area” for the ‘Broad City’ Ladies
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer were guests on last night’s Nightly Show, so Larry Wilmore decided to mix things up by moving the panel discussion over to “The Nightly Show Lounge & Cool Millennial Hangout Area” to give them a more appropriate place to chat. J... [Read More]
Eat Drink Laugh, The Story Of The Comic Strip documentary is now available
Vimeo just launched a new documentary on its VOD platform about the legendary NYC Comic Strip comedy club called, Eat Drink Laugh. For the unfamiliar, the Comic Strip (and later Comic Strip Live) is the oldest stand-up comedy club in New York. If you can think of a comedian that’s risen throug... [Read More]
Take a 360° look at Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary show
Woah, just when you thought season 40 of Saturday Night Live was in the books, they revealed something extra special and cool for fans that missed out on the chance to be in the studio audience for the star studded SNL 40. And that is a 360° view of two sketches from the night including [&hellip... [Read More]
Jonah Ray and Mikal Cronin re-create Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’ music video
When you first start watching Mikal Cronin’s new music video for “Say” you’re like, “cool they’re paying homage to the Paul Simon classic video for ‘You Can Call Me Al’.” Yah know, that one where Chevy Chase at his prime Chevy Chase-ness made an ... [Read More]
[Sponsored Post] Watch, rent, buy: “EAT, DRINK, LAUGH: The Story of The Comic Strip”
The Comic Strip on New York City's Upper East Side opened for business 39 years ago this coming Monday: June 1, 1976. From the start, the stand-up comedy club was a launching pad for some stellar careers, including Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Ray Romano and Chris Rock. Many more came through those... [Read More]
Check Out Todd Barry’s ‘Letterman’ Debut from 1982
Here’s a great way for Letterman fans to happily distract themselves from this morning’s Late Show marquee teardown: a clip from Late Night with David Letterman’s first year on the air back in 1982 uploaded today by standup Todd Barry that features his very first appearance —... [Read More]
Jessica Delfino’s NY Funny Songs Fest kicks off tonight and The Unicorn is open for business
NY Funny Songs Fest is a fast growing indie festival created by the comedy musicians of NYC for the comedy musicians of the world. It starts tonight and runs through May 30. Their mission is to seek out fun, funny people who pair comedy with music, seek out an audience of fun, funny people who [&hel... [Read More]