Monday, October 3, 2011
You should really go over to The New Yorker's Facebook page, become a fan, and watch the full 97 minute Arrested Development "Bluth Family Reunion" from this weekend (culminating with the full cast chicken dance). But for those with slightly shorter attention spans, here's a 7 minute excerpt where Mitchell Hurwitz announces that a new 10 episode run and movie is officially in the works.
We can all thank Rick Perry and his racist hunting camp for causing Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd to debate whether its OK for Barbara Walters to say "n*gger" on The View.
Occupy Wall Street's Jesse LaGraca owns Greta Van Susteren's Fox News producer in this interview that somehow never made it on the air.
Highlights from President Obama's speech at the Human Rights Campaign fundraiser this weekend include details on his meeting with Lady Gaga and his reaction to the GOP candidates' silence when an American solider was booed.
Today's WTF Podcast guest Jon Hamm may be known for playing the ultra-serious Don Draper on Mad Men, but over the last several years he's had ample opportunity to display his comedic chops in a variety of unexpected ways. Highlights include his recurring guest spots on 30 Rock, his cameo as Tootsie on Children's Hospital, his appearance in Jimmy Fallon's Glee opening number at last year's Emmys, and of course his crucial role in Bridesmaids (particularly the sexy deleted scenes). Of Hamm's now two episodes as host of SNL, my favorite sketch is probably the one where he teamed up with musical guest Michael Buble to introduce their new restaurant venture. [Listen to Episode 215]