House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stopped by The Late Show last night and took her shot at manning the classic “Top 10″ segment.
Our love for (some may call it an “obsession with”….To-may-to, Why-don’t-you-ever-call-me-I-just-want-to-live-inside-of-you-like-a-vacation-home-oh) hilarious ladies, all-around babes, and real-life pals Sasheer Zamata and Nicole Byer is well-documented.
Say what you will about Kathy Griffin — and I know you will, you incorrigible anonymous commenters, you!
Today’s Read of the Day is the untold story behind Richard Pryor and Chevy Chase’s legendary word-association sketch, excerpted from David Henry and Joe Henry’s tribute to Pryor’s significant cultural legacy, Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him.
Comedy Central’s in-house digital production studio CC: Studios today unveiled its development slate of six new series and three series renewals.
Unfortunately the new season of Archer doesn’t start until next year (those teases at FX have only revealed that it will premiere in January, AS IF THERE AREN’T THIRTY-ONE DAYS IN JANUARY) but the ISIS team members have plenty to teach us in the interim.
Lest we forget our place in this wild, wacky web wide world, here’s what history will say about our YouTubes and FaceSpaces: Issa Rae won the Internet game while everyone else was still posting reaction videos to movie trailers.
In today’s Read of the Day, The Toast teaches us how many male novelists it takes to screw in a lightbulb.
While many Breaking Bad fans would have you believe that Skyler White is History’s Greatest Monster, I have always had a soft spot for Heisenberg’s put-upon wife/reluctant accomplice, probably because I’m not a misogynistic manchild with a god complex.
Last night The Simpsons made me cry in a way that is normally reserved for cinematic dog deaths and my annual reviewing of the Six Feet Under series finale — and it all happened within the show’s opening credits!
We knew that with Kerry Washington as host, Saturday Night Live wouldn’t be able to avoid addressing the lack of diversity (i.e., black women) in its cast, but we had no idea that the episode would acknowledge the recent controversy so quickly and so often.
Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with your gourds. In today’s Video of the Day, our favorite DIYers Katy and Katie make Martha-Stewart-approved glitter pumpkins, or #glitpumps.
I think BuzzFeed managed to tear open a hole in the space-time continuum and sent us all back to their much-beloved ’90s because Eminem is back in the zeitgeist and — even more ’90s — he returned to his Slim Shady roots.
As we’ve told you before, one of the few things that brings us joy in this one big dark room we call life is discovering that our favorite funny people are IRL friends.
Fox and The Simpsons have made changes to Sunday’s programming block in order to pay tribute to Marcia Wallace, the voice of Springfield Elementary School teacher Edna Krabappel who passed away last week.
Thanks to this supercut of adorable costumed children struggling to say the three magic words that will get them free candy, we’re finally in the Halloween spirit.
A sitcom that pairs The Office‘s Ellie Kemper with the moon of our life, the one true god Tina Fey? Can…can we marry it?
We will always report on the life and times of Tig Notaro. If Tig makes an appearance on a web series, we’ll write about it.
If you thought that your middle school diary was bad because you wrote an extended ode to that dreamy Starbucks barista in which you used the phrase “double shot to my heart” liberally, prepare to be comforted by funny lady Casey Wilson’s “feelings chart.” All creatives were dramatic children but we’re willing to wager that Wilson was above average in her demonstrations of emotion and FEELZ.
In today’s Video of the Day, an Australian radio show surprises Summer Heights High fan Katy Perry with a call from Chis Lilley as private school mean girl Ja’mie King.