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  • Reader Feedback: We got a letter from Bad Santa

    We love our readers, mainly because your comments and feedback sometimes makes our Grinch hearts swell two sizes too big. Other times, you are just really interesting, nuts, or hilarious. Either way, it’s entertaining as all hell.

    This morning, as we stumbled into the office after staying up too late trying to see Paul McCartney perform with the remaining members of Nirvana on TV, we were treated to some great feedback from a reader who won one day of our 25 Captions of Christmas contest.

    Reader Steve Plummer was happy that he won the prize and wanted to thank us. Even though we quickly realized that Steve’s a bit Bad Santa-y as he managed to give us some praise as he waded through his own personal haze of Christmas-themed nightmares. For keeping your shit together Steve, we salute you. Wherever you and your own ladyfriend from Gilmore Girls happen to currently be on this planet today. Read More

    Talking Comedy with Adam Carolla (Part 3 of 3)

    Well, the finale is here. The last of our three-part interview with with podcast king Adam Carolla. This time Carolla lets us know about the wisdom behind working hard to get where you need to go. Basically when it comes to comedy or anything for that matter, hard work and doing always wins over worrying. He then to tells a great story about how he and Jay Leno had a moment backstage at The Tonight Show. Ya know, no big whup. Read More

    Adam Sandler’s full, unedited version of 12 12 12 Concert “Sandy, Screw Ya!” song (video)

    Adam Sander 121212Concert

    If you happened to catch the 12 12 12 Concert last night, and we hope you did, there was a lot of unintentionally funny things going on; you might’ve not caught Adam Sandler’s entire performance of his song, “Sandy, Screw Ya!” set to the Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah.” It all depends on whether the channel you were watching on was a fan of innuendo and jokes about grown man’s boobs. So if you were one of the unfortunate ones that had the audio or video drop out on you (we’re looking right at you PBS) here is the full thing unedited. Read More

    25 Captions of Christmas: Day 13, enter to win a Kevin Smith prize pack and Denis Leary goods

    For 25 Captions of Christmas we’ll be offering up some sweet comedy prizes that you can win with just a snarky comments. Prizes will include autographed books, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and the like that are all from funny people. Every morning we will post a photo for you to caption, you enter by leaving your caption in the comments. Funniest comment wins a prize daily.

    You get the chance to win every day for 25 days. Here’s our running list of items that you can win.

    TODAY’S PRIZES
    Up for grabs today is a Kevin Smith prize pack including an autographed copy of his book Shooting The Shit with Kevin Smith and a copy of his latest movie Cop Out. Also tossed into the package is a Denis Leary Merry F#*kin Christmas picture book.

    Let’s get the captioning. Read More

    The 2012 AFI Awards honor 4 comedies in television and movies

    AFIEvery year, the AFI Awards pick the best 10 movies and TV shows and honors them. The list for 2012 was just released. How did comedies do you ask? In the movie category not good. Out of the 10 picks only one comedy made the cut and that’s Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom and the argument could be made that is not a full comedy.

    So our hope lies in the television category where comedy fared better.

    Freshman comedy Girls received a nod for it’s work exposing the world to the writing talent that is Lena Dunham. Though the reviews ranged from dull to stellar amongst critics, the show’s first season managed to pull out some really great moments in it’s first season. I also would not be surprised if this becomes one of those shows that just gets nominated for things.

    Joining Girls in the nomination department is Louie which, hell, what can be said more about the show that hasn’t already been said? Louis C.K. can’t do much wrong at this point in his career and there’s good reason, he’s consistently good.

    The last nomination is the ABC sitcom Modern Family which not only has the distinction of being the only sitcom from the big 4 networks on the list but it’s also one that’s pulls in the best ratings. Is it the best comedy on this list? That’s debatable. It’s also what the comments section is for. What comedies would you put on your list?

    Comedy Central announces premiere dates for new Jeselnik, Schumer, and Kroll TV shows

    Well, we knew they were coming and no it looks like Comedy Central is looking to get all 2013 on our asses and they’re starting this year. Blasts! The got us on a technicality!

    The network’s been developing shows by great stand-up comedians for a while now and just today they announced the premiere dates for new shows including Amy Schumer, Anthony Jeselnik, and Nick Kroll.

    Here we go. Read More

    25 Captions of Christmas: Day 12, enter to win Statiristas! book, Jim Gaffigan, and Paul F Tompkins

    For 25 Captions of Christmas we’ll be offering up some sweet comedy prizes that you can win with just a snarky comments. Prizes will include autographed books, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and the like that are all from funny people. Every morning we will post a photo for you to caption, you enter by leaving your caption in the comments. Funniest comment wins a prize daily.

    You get the chance to win every day for 25 days. Here’s our running list of items that you can win.

    TODAY’S PRIZES
    The prizes up for grabs today include the book Satiristas which features interviews/photos of every comedian you can think of including one of the last interviews George Carlin ever did. Paul Provenza and photographer Dan Dion (happy birthday Dan) are the producers of the book. In addition to the book up for grabs are the latest DVD specials from Jim Gaffigan and the sharply dressed Paul F. Tompkins.

    Let’s get the captioning going, what do you have to say about this? Read More