Day: March 6, 2015

Trevor Moore’s “High in Church” on Comedy Central

When their IFC sketch series ended after five seasons, The Whitest Kids U’Know mostly went their separate ways, although they reunited for a tour in 2013 and tried filming a pilot last year. Timmy Williams got married and moved back to South Dakota. Zach Cregger went the primetime sitcom route with NBC, appearing in single-season efforts Friends with Benefits and Guys with Kids before landing a recurring role on currently-running About a Boy. Sam Brown and Darren Trumeter, meanwhile, recently joined Trevor Moore on tour. Moore was one of Jay Leno’s correspondents, appearing in sketches both during Leno’s primetime...

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15 reasons to watch 2015’s Night of Too Many Stars on Comedy Central

Comedy Central’s biennial special event all-star fundraiser, Night of Too Many Stars, returns on Sunday night with plenty of pre-taped stunts and a live telethon and celebrity phone bank — as always, hosted by The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart and organized by Robert Smigel. You’ll see the likes of Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Louis C.K., Larry David, Jim Gaffigan, John Oliver, Amy Schumer, Martin Short, Larry Wilmore, Sarah Silverman, Bill Burr, Steve Buscemi, Andy Cohen, Ilana Glazer, Gilbert Gottfried, Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Susan Sarandon and many more…and here’s one clip to tease it all. Roll it! Why should...

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Brendon Walsh on The Late Late Show

Brendon Walsh perfomed on Thursday’s episode of The Late Late Show with guest host Drew Carey, and regaled us with a tale of his time back when he lived in Austin, Texas. You see, back then and there, Walsh was gifted a 1961 Plymouth Valiant to drive around — for free, even! Good stuff, right? Thing is, driving a classic old car like that only draws attention from two types of people: Guys old enough to remember that car when it was new, and police officers on patrol, who’ll pull him over. Roll the...

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UCB1 catches people who wave at TV news cameras

This should be required viewing by everyone, and shown in orientation for every TV news reporter and camera crew. Why do people feel the need to wave or make fools of themselves in the background of a live TV news report? Who are they? In this UCB1 report from UCB Comedy, they decided to have fun with the concept and pull of a “sting operation” and play gotcha with these people in New York City. Whether it’s real or staged is moot. It’s just plain necessary. It’s also quite funny. As seen last night during the Upright Citizens Brigade...

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