Oops, Bill O'Reilly forgot to rig his Jon Stewart debate online poll. [@mediaite]
Just in time for this week's season finale (but way too late for Valentine's Day) you can now play Stefon madlibs. [@flavorpill]
The CDC tries to get clever with "Zombie Apocalypse" tweet and crashes their own website. [@AdFreak]
Matt and Trey talk to best-comedy-interviewer-ever Terry Gross about The Book of Mormon. [@nprfreshair]
Stephen Colbert confesses his love for Network and Paddy Chayefsky. [@ditzkoff]
The Huffington Post Comedy team helps you prepare for Saturday's rapture with a fun soundtrack. [@HuffPostComedy]
Thursday, May 19, 2011
All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.
Of all the potential replacements for Steve Carell/Michael Scott on The Office/Dunder Mifflin, I'm going to be bold and call it for Warren Buffett.
Lars Von Trier has made some very controversial movies over the years, but saying he was happy his family were Nazis, he "understands" Hitler (though he did do "some wrong things") and says Israelis are a "pain in the ass" was what ultimately got him banned from Cannes. He also made Kirsten Dunst visibly uncomfortable in the process.
In the premiere episode of Bert's Charlie Rose-inspired talk show, Andy Samberg sits down for an interview and some milk.
Adam Carolla celebrates the death of Osama bin Laden and tries to break Ricky Gervais' in the most-downloaded podcast record. Parts two and three of Jimmy Kimmel's interview with his old Man Show partner are here.
Stephen Colbert uses the Pander-tron 8000 to analyze Newt Gingrich's evolving position on the individual mandate for health insurance.