Friday, September 24, 2010

FUNNY OR DIE: The Committee Episode 2

Simon Helberg (of A Serious Man fame) is not quite as exciting as Alison Brie, but this is still pretty funny.



SECOND CITY: Tea Party Republicans WSACAGBECK

"The Revolution Will Not Be Spell-checked."




Nimesh Patel Sketch Mocks 'Outsourced'

Comic Nimesh Patel fired back at the brutally unfunny Outsourced with this sketch in which he auditions for a writing job on the show.




JIMMY KIMMEL: Zach Galifianakis Makes Out with 'Snorki'

Here's part 1 of 3 of Zach Galifianakis' appearance on Jimmy Kimmel last night. He's an adult, so he doesn't watch Jersey Shore. Watch the rest of the interview here.




Trailer: 'The College Town'

A shot for shot parody of The Town trailer, from Improv Asylum.




Stephen Colbert's In-character Congress Testimony

Stephen Colbert delivered a five minute long sarcastic, in-character statement in Congress today, recalling his epically funny roast of George W. Bush from 2006.


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JIMMY FALLON: Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones Sing Together

There may not have been any Parks and Recreation on NBC last night, but Jimmy Fallon did join two of its stars (and ?uestlove) for a love song.




COLBERT REPORT: Stephen Gets the Rick Sanchez Bump

The Rally to Restore Sanity may have Oprah behind it, but the March to Keep Fear Alive has Rick Sanchez.


"That could get me... tens of supporters."


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COMMUNITY: Senor Chang as Gollum

One more clip from last night's Community season premiere. Betty White was great, but my favorite scene featured the only character who doesn't have a neat Saved by the Bell counterpart.




30 ROCK: Jack Donaghy with Beard

The first two minutes of last night's season five premiere of 30 Rock found Jack Donaghy returning from the summer with shaggy hair and a beard. He was quickly back to normal after that.