Emily Heller on Late Night with Seth Meyers
Feminism is not popular because it's not fun? Maybe they should come up with T-shirts as catchy as the ones you already see people wearing that support misogyny. But only after listening to horrible radio. Emily Heller explains in this stand-up performance on Thursday's Late Night with Seth Meyers. ... [Read More]
 
Seann William Scott Looks Back on 'SNL's Classic "Patriotic Shorts" Sketch
by Megh Wright Seann William Scott was a guest on last night's Late Night, and since he and Seth Meyers hadn't seen each other since he hosted SNL in October 2001, the guys decided to take a look back on a sketch from his episode, and one of SNL's funniest Will Ferrell sketches ever, "Patriotic Shor... [Read More]
 
Seth Meyers Spends a Day at Yankee Stadium
by Megh Wright Here's a clip from last night's Late Night, in which Seth Meyers heads to Yankee Stadium for a day: "It's April in New York City, it's fucking freezing, which means it's time for some baseball!" Meyers meets a Yankees bat boy, locker room attendant, organist, beer vendor, and radio an... [Read More]
 
Kumail Nanjiani Tells Seth Meyers About His Weirdest 'Silicon Valley' Fan Encounters
by Megh Wright Here's a clip from Kumail Nanjiani's visit to last night's Late Night, where he looks back at some Silicon Valley scenes that have led to some very strange fan encounters. Nanjiani also has a message for anyone debating the accuracy of the math used in the show: If you think it's wron... [Read More]
 
About Andres du Bouchet’s tirade about the state of late night comedy
This weekend comedian, and longtime Conan writer Andres du Bouchet went on a Twitter tirade about the current state of late night television. Du Bouchet was seemingly fed up with the current state of late night television and its very broad approc. Shows chock full of pranks, nostalgia plays, celebr... [Read More]
 
About Andres du Bouchet’s tirade about the state of late night comedy
This weekend comedian, and longtime Conan writer Andres du Bouchet went on a Twitter tirade about the current state of late night television. Du Bouchet was seemingly fed up with the scene and its very broad approach to what it puts on the air. Du Bouchet didn’t name names, but declared that c... [Read More]
 
Review: Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro (Showtime)
Each of the past couple of years has made a big impact personally and professionally on stand-up comedian Tig Notaro. And yet, somehow, it's only April and Notaro's already shaping up to make an even bigger splash comedically in 2015, with a stand-up special on tap with HBO, a documentary about her ... [Read More]
 
Seth Green’s animated comedy series SuperMansion starring Bryan Cranston and Keegan-Michael Key gets picked up by Crackle
Crackle, the online distributor of original web shows, Hollywood movies, and TV shows has picked up animated series SuperMansion from Seth Green’s stop-motion house, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. The series, which will run for 13 episodes beginning this fall, stars Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Malc... [Read More]
 
New York Comedy Club hosting Equal Pay Day comedy fundraiser
No matter whether you choose to believe Sarah Silverman or Al Martin over who paid whom what and how much several years ago, believe this: Martin's former club, New York Comedy Club, is a supporter of fair and equal wages today. Literally. New York Comedy Club tonight hosts "70 Cents on the Dollar,"... [Read More]
 
Keith Alberstadt on Late Night with Seth Meyers
College kids sometimes mix up their real history with their mythos, while New Yorkers can get annoyed much faster at real-life problems than people elsewhere, like the friend who told Keith Alberstadt to get his asthma together. "I'm not addicted to asthma," Alberstadt counters. "I have an inhaler.... [Read More]