Finally, after another irrationally long hiatus, SNL was back last night with host Louis C.K. If I recall, I enjoyed his last stint as host due mostly/only in part to the Lincoln sketch. While Lincoln did not make a reappearance last night (because it’s totally okay to let something be funny and successful once, oddly enough), there were definitely more than a few laugh-out-loud moments, at least for me. More
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Since I’m positive that we’ve now formed a judgment-free, impenetrable trust circle, I feel comfortable admitting that I’m too terrified to ever handle fireworks (I also am very fond of all ten of my fingers, so there’s that). That’s why my favorite kind of celebrity is the kind who is so smokin’ hot that they could literally set a firework off. Here are the 22 celebrities who make my fireworks go off. Is that a sexual euphemism or do I literally carry around fireworks and ask random celebrities to set them off for me? No one really knows for sure. More
In my opinion Louis C.K.‘s newest HBO stand-up special, Oh My God, should just have been titled ”Sorry To The Dane Cooks And The Daniel Toshes Of The World But You’ll Never Be Me.” More
Relationship conspiracy theorists across the nation just felt their nips get hard, because Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are officially signed on to do another movie together. More
Who could have predicted that a biopic about Sarah Palin would get more attention than Boardwalk Empire or Girls? More
Yay for Girls and Sherlock being honored at this year’s Emmys! And then on the other end of the spectrum, you have Nicole Kidman getting honored for a miniseries no one watched. OK… Check out the full list here! More
Following the (justified) shit storm caused by Daniel Tosh‘s hurtful and un-funny rape “joke” last week, many people were sad to see what seemed like a tweet in support coming from the generally enlightened comic Louis CK. “Your show makes me laugh every time I watch it,” he said, “and you have pretty eyes.” Oy. More
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Every person wants to get an autograph from their favorite comedian that says “Grow up and don’t be an asshole”—one Redditor got to live the dream when his optician dad fitted Louis C.K. for glasses one fateful day. More
Ever wanted to hear Louis C.K. candidly answer questions about meeting fans after shows, his daughters’ opinions of his comedy, and the movie he wants to make? Then get over to Reddit and read his AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread! More
I happen to be a part of that contingent that feels there are few people on the planet funnier than ginger comedian Louis C.K., and any new content brings joy to my dumb old heart. The Louie star has a new special coming up, called Louis C.K. Live at the Beacon Theater (creative!), and this here clip is an outtake from the show. More
VH1 did a funny and subversive thing at last week’s Comedy Awards. They sent a crew to the red carpet to interview comedy celebs, asking them two questions: “Are men funny?” and “Why aren’t there more men in comedy?” The queries were, of course, a response to the pervasive “are women funny” articles and panels and just plain old dumb conversations that continue to choke the comedy landscape More