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Save Me was one of NBC’s most intriguing pilots of the season—so, naturally, it’s premièring after that season has ended. Also: Hannibal stacks up the clues and Odo makes his move.
Reno goes into its midseason break with a generous helping of sexual deviance, ball, vibrator, and racial jokes.
More shenanigans than space allows.
"You wanna know the truth? Taste my manhood."
Suicide is hilarious.
George Lopez is actually funny!
"I didn't think we could look any stupider on TV than we already do," says Travis Junior in the second episode of Reno 911!'s fifth...
It's been eight months since Reno 911! ended its fourth season with a dramatic (relatively speaking) cliffhanger.
The Nerdist impresario will not be stopped.
“I’m in this business for two reasons: the money and the anecdotes. That’s all I want. I either want to do the best films or the fucking worst films.”
The creator of Comedy Bang Bang brings his podcast to TV with a new IFC series.
The first (and only) derby day for Luck, and Dr. Steve Brule is here—for your health!
An improv comedian known for her roles in The Hangover and Reno 911! talks about her new dramatic lead role and her attempts to forget playing a giant troll doll.
The man behind Community’s Dean Pelton talks about his Oscar and the show’s uncertain future.
Adam Sandler co-wrote and produced what was to be a star-making vehicle for Nick Swardson. It wasn’t.
One of Bridesmaids’ bright spots talks about how the movie’s success has revamped her career and how getting fired from Reno 911! was for the best.
The star of the new comedy Free Agents talks about the many sitcoms, animated shows, movies, and other projects on his résumé.
We check in Girl On Guy, Mike and Tom re-examine Starburst, Patton Oswalt and Eddie Pepitone unite for a classic Comedy Bang Bang, Biff Tannen stops by Never Not Funny, and more
The familiar voice talks about career in front of the camera and behind the microphone, from Rocko's Modern Life to Mr. Show to, of course, SpongeBob SquarePants
We’ve passed 2011’s halfway point: Time for a look back at our favorite books, films, music, and TV from the year so far.
Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant—of The State and Reno 911! fame—share their expertise in their funny, practical guide to screenwriting.
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