Friday, September 2, 2011

Community: "We're Gonna Be Less Weird...

....and be more fun than the first two years combined!"

Sounds good! I do love weird. But with low ratings, I hope they find a bigger audience by cooling off on the gimmicks. As much as I adore this cast and the off the wall humor, the show veers off into the stratosphere with Tarrantino laced paint ball episodes and Claymation whismsies. Comedy fans will hate me for saying this - but 22 minutes of odd ball themed episodes disconnects me from the characters. It's the reason why Rob Corddry will not extend Childrens' Hospital beyond 11 minutes per episode despite fans crying for a full half hour show. You can only take kooky for so long.

But, the promos looks amazing, and I love the addition of John Goodman.

Amy Sedaris, Spokesperson

Amy Sedaris was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new book Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People. But she took some time to demonstrate a product she holds near and her crotch.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Jeff Goldblum...

...on NTSF:SD: SUV. Need I say more?

Take that, David Caruso.

Tonight. 12:15am on Adult Swim.

'Dick Cavett and Mel Brooks Together Again'

On December 7, 2010, Dick Cavett and Mel Brooks took the stage at the Saban Theater in Los Angeles for an evening of hilarious conversation. If you want to hear stories from one of our comedy forefathers, tune into HBO on Sunday, September 9th at 9pm to hear the "1000 Year Old Man" talk about the life of the man who created him. This might make Mel Brooks older than a 1000 years.