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  • Get a Job! The Laugh Button is hiring, apply now!

    Funny Business Hey you! Want to come work with us? We think you’ll be awesome.

    Right now we’re looking for an awesome comedy fan, writer, marketer, social guru, self starter that can help us expand our growing empire of comedy. We’re looking for someone great who would not only write for The Laugh Button, they’d help us with our marketing initiatives, and help us with things related to our growing ad network.

    Here is the official job listing. If you’re interested, send your resume on over to us.

    The Laugh Button and its parent company, The Syndicate is currently hiring a qualified candidate to join the comedy division of our fast growing marketing agency. This is a part-time, position based in our Weehawken, NJ office. The ideal candidate will have a passion for pop-culture, with a very specific interest in comedy. Must be a great writer and able to thrive in a fast-paced, energetic work environment. Outstanding communication skills are a must, both oral and written. Read More

    #TBT to when Ted & Gracie got engaged

    Every Thursday, TLB participates in #TBT by scrounging around the internet for precious web gems of yore. Here’s one of our favorite videos that deserve some extra attention.

    It’s October, a lovely time for a beautiful Autumn wedding. This romantic season (I guess they all can be), reminded of a couple named Ted and Gracie. Played by Ben Kronberg and Jena Friedman, the original Ted & Gracie sketch was a parody of the The New York Times “Vows” series. Gracie is just your typical New Yorker who fell in love with Ted, a former school teacher (before some things happened) and current locksmith and probable serial killer. Uploaded to Youtube in 2010, Ted & Gracie later spawned into a six episode web series. Check it out.

    ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ premieres on March 9th

    The changing of the guards will soon be taking place. With Craig Ferguson stepping down as host of CBS’s The Late Late Show, much buzz was generated about who would take his place. British actor and writer James Corden was named Ferguson’s successor in August. According to THR, Corden’s reign will debut Monday, March 9th.

    The Late Late Show with James Corden will be taped at the CBS Television City lot in Los Angeles, and has named Ben Winston as showrunner.

    “We’re excited to begin CBS’s next chapter after midnight and introduce James’ wide range of performance talents and fearless creative instincts to American television viewers,” said CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler. “He and Ben have been friends for a long time and partnered together on a variety of successful projects. They are a creatively dynamic and very energetic host/producer combination.”

    Winston had previously served as the executive producer of Britain’s X Factor, and has worked with Corden during his four year stint as emcee of the Brit Awards.

    Tina Fey and Fortune Feimster team up for ABC comedy pilot

    Tina Fey is once again teaming up with comedian Fortune Feimster for another comedy pilot. Earlier the pair had worked together on Fey’s pilot Cabot College, which was ultimately turned down. Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the two are working together on a new semi-autobiographical comedy.

    ABC has ordered a script to be produced by Fey and 30 Rock’s Matt Hubbard and Robert Carlock. Feimster will star in the multi-cam sitcom that will be set in North Carolina, where Feimster grew up, and will be loosely based on her family life and stand-up. Hubbard will write the script.

    Feimster is most likely best known for being a regular on Chelsea Lately. She recently had her own Comedy Central Half Hour, and had guest roles on Two Broke Girls, Workaholics, and Mulaney.

    Mike Epps talks about his Richard Pryor biopic on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

    Mike Epps was a guest on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The subject turned to Epps latest project, playing Richard Pryor in an upcoming film. Epps has been wanting to play his comedy idol for a long time, and will finally do so at the hands of Lee Daniels and Oprah. Epps talks about his year he spent with Pryor before he died and his big, supportive family. Read More

    Brad Pitt and Louis CK join Zach Galifianakis on ‘Between Two Ferns’

    Zach Galifianakis returns with his beloved web series Between Two Ferns. He might not be the president, but Bradley Pits (aka Brad Pitt) had the honor of being Galifianakis’ latest guest. While promoting his new movie Fury and his charity can be a real bummer, Louis CK was there to liven up the episode with a little stand-up comedy. This might be the most awkward BTF yet.

    Jermaine Fowler taping a new stand-up special on November 1st in D.C.

    Jermaine FowlerLast night Jermaine Fowler took to social media to announce that he would be taping his first stand-up special in a few weeks. Tickets are now on sale for the taping that hits on November 1st at he DC Improv. Fowler will be at the Improv the entire weekend but the early (8pm) and late (10:30pm) shows are the ones that will be taped for the special.

    Next week is a big one for Fowler, he’s a cast member on TruTV’s new sketch comedy show, Friends Of The People which debuts on October 28th. The sketch comedy show that rose from the ashes of the failed In Living Color reboot a few years back.

    Get your tickets now so you can tell all your friends that you were hip to Fowler long before they were.

    Jim Norton to tape his new stand-up special on January 17th in Boston

    Jim NortonJim Norton is setting up to tape his next stand-up special in Boston on January 17th. That should be enough information to go on at this moment because who doesn’t want to see Jim Norton tape a new stand-up special? Nobody that’s who!

    But I digress, if you need more information, here’s what’s up. There will be two tapings at the Somerville Theatre, one at 7pm and one at 9:30pm. A 12 hour pre-sale for the tickets begins today (Oct. 23) between the window of 10am-10pm if you use the password “chip”. Get tickets here.

    Gary Gulman on Conan, “We whine everything into perfection”

    Gary Gulman is no stranger to late night. He has performed on every late night show, and last night he returned to Conan. Gulman’s set was all about the technology revolution. Things were much different when his parents we’re growing up; orange juice has less pulp, books are on Kindle, movies are available for the lazy on iTunes, and phones are no longer used to talk to people. Check it out.