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  • This Week In Comedy: Trailers and club beefs

    • How the Godfather of x-rated animation paved the way for South Park. [Tablet]
    • That story about the Turf War happening between comedy clubs in NYC. [NY Times]
    • 25 attempts to get away with it. [Huffington Post]
    • Dan Harmon’s rant on the end of television. [Warming Glow]
    • The trailer for Season 2 of HBO’s Girls. [Youtube]
    • Seth MacFarlane will guest voice a character on The Simpsons. [THR Feed]

    IN THEATERS
    Dying to do Letterman
    Hyde Park on Hudson – aka the movie Bill Murray plays FDR.
    Burn – aka the documentary Denis Leary got behind.

    ON TELEVISION:
    Monday, December 3rd
    Howard Stern, Tracy Morgan on Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Seth MacFarlane on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
    Denis Leary on The Daily Show
    Josh Wolf, Sarah Colonna, T.J. Miller on Chelsea Lately
    Chris Tucker on Conan
    The Cast of In Living Color: Where Are They Now?
    premieres on TV Guide Channel

    Tuesday, December 4th
    Adam Carolla on The Tonight Show
    David Letterman on Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Chris Franjola, Heather McDonald, Ryan Stout on Chelsea Lately
    Amy Poehler on Conan

    Wednesday, December 5th
    Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert on Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Tracy Morgan, Richard Lewis on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
    Adam Pally, John Caparulo, Loni Love, Bobby Lee on Chelsea Lately

    Thursday, December 6th
    Bill Murray on Late Show with David Letterman
    Chris Rock on Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Denis Leary on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
    Ross Mathews, Jen Kirkman, Kurt Braunohler on Chelsea Lately
    W. Kamau Bell on Conan

    Friday, December 7th
    Brody Stevens, Arden Myrin, Chris Hardwick on Chelsea Lately

    Saturday, December 8th
    Jamie Foxx (host) and Ne-Yo (musical guest) on Saturday Night Live

    FROM AROUND THE WEB

    What do you think?