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Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, and Ellen DeGeneres show up to ruin your favorite Netflix dramas

Back in September, billboards declaring that “Netflix is a joke” began peppering the avenues of L.A. and New York. Some thought it might be an attack on the streaming giant, as the company has no doubt fundamentally changed the way we consume media and not everybody is happy about it. Turns out, however, that it was…

Ken Jeong guest-stars on a Fresh Off The Boat finale that covers familiar ground

Since their seasons tend to be so long, most network sitcoms end up recycling plot devices at a certain point in their run. But Fresh Off The Boat’s doing it earlier than usual by essentially repeating the central concept of “Success Perm,” an episode that aired a little over a year ago. Both installments deal with…

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Bono wants to weaponize mockery and send Chris Rock, Amy Schumer to “fight” ISIS

Even though humanity rejected Bono’s beautiful vision of a U2 album in every pot—er, iPod—the U2 frontman isn’t holding a grudge. The three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee has continued his humanitarian work and research, recently traveling to the Middle East and East Africa to visit refugee camps. And it was with that…

What’s your favorite Oscar memory?

Welcome back to AVQ&A, where we throw out a question for discussion among the staff and readers. Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences, and to ponder how our diverse lives all led us to convene here together. Got a question you’d…

Read This: King Of The Hill was America’s last truly bipartisan comedy

Mike Judge’s King Of The Hill, the animated adventures of a Texas propane salesman and his family, has been absent from the airwaves for six years, which is a shame, since the show’s even-handed, bipartisan humor is precisely the kind America needs in this bitter, deeply divided age of red state/blue state politics.…