Day: February 1, 2015

Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman one-up each other in T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial

They don’t share any screen time together, but Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman both star in a new ad campaign for T-Mobile debuting for the Super Bowl. The 30-second spot has the two comedians trying to one-up the other on how great her cell phone reception is, whether Handler is skating on her indoor rink or Silverman is inside her trophy room. And so on, and so forth. Roll the clip! And here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Handler and Silverman talking about their...

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Video highlights from Key & Peele’s Super Bowl Special on Comedy Central

Praise Touchdown Jesus! The Key and Peele Super Bowl Special, which debuted Friday night on Comedy Central, had only 11 days to put together topical sketches around the NFL’s title contenders, the defending Seattle Seahawks and the challengers, the New England Patriots. And yet. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele and company brought a vitality to their hourlong special that truly sets them apart as the best topical sketch comedy show on TV today. Let’s start with the extra-special Pro Edition of the duo’s recurring East/West Bowl sketch, which makes fun of and heightens the idea of the odder names...

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Seth Meyers roasts the NFL in opening monologue for 2015 NFL Honors

The opening monologue Seth Meyers delivered on Saturday night’s NFL Honors was everything you wished it could be and more, as Meyers roasted all of the league’s stars, Commissioner Roger Goodell, and the Super Bowl combatants: The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. If you’re a sports fan, you shall enjoy this oh so much. We already knew Aaron Rodgers had a sense of humor about himself. The fact that Goodell can laugh at himself after a no-good horrible year, just wow. Roll the...

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SNL #40.13 RECAP: Host J.K. Simmons, musical guest D’Angelo

J.K. Simmons is winning all of the awards this season for his turn as the loud band conductor in the film Whiplash, and everyone rightfully enjoys seeing the industry give Simmons this attention after loving him in supporting roles over recent years in Juno, the Spider-Man series (Tobey and Kirsten edition) and even the Farmers Insurance TV commercials. And yet, Billy Eichner offered an amusing counterpoint to it all last night on Twitter. JK Simmons is hosting SNL. You KNOW Richard Jenkins is pissed. — billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 1, 2015 And even Debra Messing, past and present NBC...

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