Two Squirrel Code spoofs of Girl Code are better than one? Nuts!
Last week, MTV debuted a silly little spoof of its own Girl Code and Guy Code comedy advice series, called "Squirrel Code." They took footage of squirrels in the wild and dressed up puppets, gave them barely fake names (comedian Carly Aquilino or squirrel Barely Acornino! Damien Lemon becomes Domini... [Read More]
 
Here Are Episodes of 'Seinfeld,' 'Friends,' and 'The Big Bang Theory' with All the Jokes Removed
by Megh Wright Taking inspiration from a recent clip of Family Feud edited to only include actual gameplay, a Reddit user recently edited out all the jokes from episodes of Seinfeld, Friends, and The Big Bang Theory, and the result is an interesting glimpse at how all three sitcoms approach plot, pu... [Read More]
 
The Good, the Bad, and the Deeply Strange: Comedy Central's One-Season Wonders
by Liam Mathews Comedy Central cancels a lot of shows. Enough that Daniel Tosh was able to shout one out in every episode of the first five seasons of Tosh.0 (“We’ll be right back with more Michael and Michael Have Issues”). Tosh’s show has thrived, but what about the suppose... [Read More]
 
See 5 minutes of “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” crossover episode (video)
Comic-Con is always a great time for “the biz” because so much new stuff is always being announced. This week, in addition to the Holographic Homer Simpson we were also treated to 5 minutes of the crossover Family Guy and The Simpsons episode that was screened at the Family Guy panel at ... [Read More]
 
See 5 minutes of “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” crossover episode (video)
Comic-Con is always a great time for “the biz” because so much new stuff is always being announced. This week, in addition to the Holographic Homer Simpson we were also treated to 5 minutes of the crossover Family Guy and The Simpsons episode that was screened at the Family Guy panel at ... [Read More]
 
Just For Laughs 2014: Chris D’Elia
Finally getting the chance to see Chris D’Elia was no small feat. Mainly because catching him at Just For Laughs 2014 was easily our 4th attempt to see him live. It’s a long story, but a series of scheduling conflicts, canceled performances, and even a bumping from a show by a larger com... [Read More]
 
Just For Laughs 2014: Chris D’Elia
Finally getting the chance to see Chris D’Elia was no small feat. Mainly because catching him at Just For Laughs 2014 was easily our 4th attempt to see him live. It’s a long story, but a series of scheduling conflicts, canceled performances, and even a bumping from a show by a larger com... [Read More]
 
Mike Birbiglia and the Importance and Power of Jokes
by Philip Stamato Mike Birbiglia has a very unique ability: the ability to tell any story, like the story of jumping out of a hotel window in Walla Walla, Washington, and make it relatable. To a certain extent, this is one of the primary goals of standup comedy. Although Birbiglia saw great success ... [Read More]
 
This Week on TV: With holographic Homers
It seems like our newsfeeds were overrun with news coming out of Comic-Con this weekend. All the studios talking about their big plans for world domination. Marvel vs. DC, AMC vs. FX. All the news an intrigue was there. One of the highlights, is the drop in from the one and only Homer Simpson. Homer... [Read More]
 
This Week on TV: With holographic Homers
It seems like our newsfeeds were overrun with news coming out of Comic-Con this weekend. All the studios talking about their big plans for world domination. Marvel vs. DC, AMC vs. FX. All the news an intrigue was there. One of the highlights, is the drop in from the one and only Homer Simpson. Homer... [Read More]