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  • #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.

    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.

    Wyatt Cenac talks stealing puppets and his new special on ‘Late Night

    Wyatt Cenac stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers last night to promote his new special, Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn. Cenac likes to keep it simple when it comes to naming things, like specials and tours. Cenac also has an affinity for puppets, especially the one that looks exactly like him that he stole from The Daily Show. Forget iPhone’s, puppets are the true hot commodity. Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn premieres on Netflix Tuesday, October 21st. Read More