Topic: comedy

Parks And Recreation Stays Fresh And Hilarious With A Change Of Scenery And Responsibilites

Parks And Recreation Stays Fresh And Hilarious With A Change Of Scenery And Responsibilites

Last night’s season premiere of Parks and Recreation brought back Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, and all the other hilarious weirdos who’ve been missing from our lives for so long. It also pulled off the neat trick of taking major changes in its characters’ lives (geographical moves, job moves) and using them as fodder for humor instead of shark-jumping. More »

Video: Chelsea Handler’s Interview With Kirsten Dunst Highlights The Difference Between Actresses And Comedians

Video: Chelsea Handler's Interview With Kirsten Dunst Highlights The Difference Between Actresses And Comedians

Last night on Chelsea Lately, Kirsten Dunst stopped by to talk about her new movie Bachelorette, in which she plays a character she describes as “the bitch.” As with many interviews I’ve seen Chelsea do, they managed to touch on topics larger than the fluffy anecdotes you usually see on late night talk shows, while still remaining funny. More »

Chelsea Handler Is Helping Yet Another Woman In Comedy

Chelsea Handler Is Helping Yet Another Woman In Comedy

Late night talk show host, author, actress and producer Chelsea Handler has just signed on for a new project. As usual she is getting another woman in comedy into the spotlight. Handler and Tom Brunelle’s Borderline Amazing Prods. has sold a comedy project to NBC created by and starring Ingrid Haas (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World). Chelsea said in an interview with Redbook last year, “I read this cheesy quote once: “Blowing out someone else’s candle doesn’t make yours glow brighter…’We women have to stick together… I’m very much about letting other people shine, because it makes us all shine brighter. I like having a fraternity. I like girls and boys together, misfits and underdogs – I love underdogs.” Well you certainly can’t say Chelsea doesn’t help other women. More »