Day: October 20, 2011

[Sponsored Post] Behind the scenes of Heineken’s remarkable ad, “The Date”

If you’ve seen Heineken’s ad, “The Date,” then you see some fairly amazing things happen in one trip through a restaurant. But take a look at this: It’s actor Guillaume Dolmans, walking you through some behind-the-scenes magic, where he pulls off even more crazy stunts. Roll the clip!   Thanks to Heineken for sharing this with us and for sponsoring The Comic’s...

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Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka: Child star psychologist

Funny or Die debuted this sketch last week during the Friars Club Comedy Film Festival, and it played great on the big screen. The premise: Eleven-year-old Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper on Mad Men) has been in so much therapy on her TV show, that it qualifies her to provide therapy to other child stars. Her first clients here include┬áNorman Gould (Modern Family), Danielle Fishel (Boy Meets World) and Eden Wood, who proves she’s about more than just Toddlers & Tiaras. Wait a second. Shipka is only 11? 11! Nice work. Nice piece of work, too, written by Chris Kelly....

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Occupy Comedy: Jeffrey Ross roasts, Jamie Kilstein goes “undercover,” John Oliver is the 98%

Some of the people who have joined the Occupy Wall Street movement in NYC and other cities across America may be ridiculous, but the movement is anything but. Comedians, of course, are trying to tap into the activist community to both help it and mock the system. This week, we’ve seen Jeffrey Ross show up at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall to roast Wall Street, and also some of the people in the audience. In all seriousness, though, he added: “I love that you’re taking patriotism by the balls.” Roll the clip. Jamie Kilstein, meanwhile, went the...

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