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  • Jim Gaffigan was on “The Tonight Show” last night and sat down while performing stand-up

    Jim Gaffigan Tonight Show

    Jim Gaffigan was the guest on The Tonight Show to promote the paperback release of his excellent book, Dad Is Fat as well as his forthcoming stand-up special Obsessed which premieres on Comedy Central this weekend.

    We love Gaffigan and will watch him perform anything at any time and he was definitely on the show to deliver some stand-up comedy. But Jim has earned his ability to sit down at the guest chair and deliver jokes from his act rather than do 5 minutes with a mic on the stage. But if you think about it, most of Jim’s comedy is about being lazy. So the idea of him sitting down to perform stand-up comedy makes this appearance even funnier. Read More

    Don Rickels stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to make fun of everyone and it was perfect (video)

    Hot on the heels of the announcement that he’ll be the guest of honor of an All-Star Tribute on Spike TV Don Rickels swung by Jimmy Kimmel Live to catch up on with his pal Jimmy. Rickels took the opportunity to do what he always does, and that’s make fun of everyone and everything around him. HE also wished his pal Jimmy the best on shortly having a child. Watch a legend at work folks. Read More

    Stephen Colbert tells Letterman, “I’m going to do whatever you’ve done on Late Show” (video)

    David Letterman had his successor Stephen Colbert on Late Show last night. It was a nice glimpse of what we’ll see in the years to come as Dave allowed Colbert to run point. Both helping introduce Stephen to the audience and showcasing the camaraderie. Colbert asked for pointers, and in typical Letterman fashion, didn’t get much help. Colbert and Dave discussed Colbert’s trying out for an internship and finally getting the chance to read a top 10 list writing sample he submitted to the show 17 years ago. Read More

    Here’s a teaser Adult Swim’s “Dinner with Friends with Brett Gelman and Friends”

    Brett Gelman is the star of the latest [adult swim] TV show Dinner with Friends with Brett Gelman and Friends and a teaser trailer for the show has hit the web. Upon first glance the show seems simple enough a bunch of friends sitting around at a dinner table talking over a meal, nothing out of the ordinary. In fact, it echoes the John Favreau show, Dinner for Five. But this is [adult swim] and they don’t play by the rules. Just as the trailer gives you a sense of, “I know what this is,” the twist happens. The 30-minute special will air Thursday, April 24th at midnight. The show was written by both Gemlan and Jason Woliner (Eagleheart) and the dinner guests include, Dale Dickey, Gilbert Gottfried, Fred Melamed, Alison Pill, Lance Reddick, Alex Karpovsky, and Anthony Atamanuik.

    Here’s a first look clip of the new season of IFC’s ‘Maron’ (video)

    Season 2 of Marc Maron’s IFC TV show, Maron premiere on May 8th. Here’s a first look clip at the new season which puts Marc backstage at an episode of AMC’s Talking Dead and Marc has a run-in with the other guest Michael Ian Black and the show’s host Chris Hardwick. Turns out, there’s a bit of bad blood between the comedians.

    Conan O’Brien and Andy Richer recall the MTV Movie Awards and being the oldest people there

    This weekend, Conan O’Brien greeted the many people watching The MTV Movie Awards with an opening that contained cameos from 50 celebrities. It was even a new record for the movie awards. However, now that it has been a few days, Conan and Andy Richter (who was in the audience) shared some of their thoughts on the special night.

    The main thought that quickly came up between the two was being the oldest people there. “I didn’t know who two thirds of the people were,” said Conan. The two continued to talk about how it seemed lifetime achievement awards were going to 15 year olds.

    Stephen Colbert addresses late night move on ‘The Colbert Report’ (video)

    The internet went bonkers yesterday when the announcement that Stephen Colbert would replace David Letterman as the host of Late Show. We think this is a great call and we’re excited about the move, in addition we couldn’t wait to see how Colbert would address the news on his show, in character on The Colbert Report. Well, last night he did just that at the top of the show. Read More