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Comedy Central announces most best satirical talk show, The President Show

Say what you will about President Trump (ah, it burns!), but he stands as one of the most impersonated people on the planet, even before his election. He’s right up there with Arnold Schwarzenegger , George W. Bush, Sylvester Stallone and drunk David Hasselhoff. Now all the satirizing will reach a whole new level as Comedy Central has announced a new talk show focused on the...
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04.03.2017
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 blasts off with a spankin', new trailer

Back in Junior High, I used to cool down after a long and boring school day by watching episodes of MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 and KIDS IN THE HALL. As someone who loves to watch terrible movies, the setup for MST3K's unique brand of comedy felt like it was tailor-made for me personally and I ate it up like a stack of piping hot pancakes. After 10 seasons (197 episodes) and a...
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03.22.2017
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Cool Videos: Jon Stewart's last episode of The Daily Show in 60 seconds

It's amazing to think that Jon Stewart has been on The Daily Show for 16 years. I remember watching him host after Craig Kilborn and immediately thinking, "They got the guy from BIG DADDY?" Now Stewart is synonymous with The Daily Show and despite having recently directed ROSEWATER, it'll be hard to imagine him in any other capacity. Last night marked his final show and for those who...
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08.07.2015
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Cool Videos: What about Ned Starks!? Key & Peele recap Game of Thrones

The recurring valet characters on Comedy Central series Key & Peele have done a great job of sending up popular movies and shows. Last year, they teamed up with Liam Neeson to tease NON-STOP and now they are back to do the same thing for Game of Thrones. While there are no cameos from the HBO fantasy series in the video, this uncensored sketch highlights pretty much all of...
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04.09.2015
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Key & Peele's Substitute Teacher sketch will get the feature-film treatment

For those of you caught up on your sketch comedy, you're probably familiar with the oftentimes brilliant Key & Peele that airs on Comedy Central. The show stars (you guessed it) Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as they run the gamut of colorful characters throughout several pre-taped sketches. One of the more popular ones as of late is that of a hardened, inner-city...
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03.26.2015
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Jon Stewart to leave Comedy Central's The Daily Show by the end of 2015

Jon Stewart will leave The Daily Show when his contract expires at the end of 2015, after hosting the late-night show for almost 17 years. Stewart announced the news during Tuesday's taping, and Comedy Central later confirmed he is stepping down as the satirical news program's host. Comedy Central President Michele Ganeless on Jon Stewart exiting The Daily Show:...
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02.10.2015
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Comic Con: South Park: The Stick of Truth video game with Trey Parker and Matt Stone

As a huge fan of South Park and pretty much anything else creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone touch (even BASEKETBALL), it was great to see them finally come to Comic Con for their new video game, The Stick of Truth—an RPG set in South Park that's essentially a playable version of the show. This isn't the first time Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny have ventured in to the world of...
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07.24.2013
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Cool Videos: Comedians Key and Peele recount all five Die Hard films with "Bruce Willie"

I haven't seen Key and Peele's show on Comedy Central yet, but after this video I think it may be time to give it a proper look.  In this skit, the two comedians play a pair of valet's who pass the time by talking about none other than the DIE HARD franchise, recounting all their favorite moments from the "Bruce Willie" series from the first film to the most recent, A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD. ...
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02.13.2013
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Funny or Die's Drunk History has been ordered to series by Comedy Central

Funny or Die is a noted purveyor of, well, funny things.  But few of them are as funny as "Drunk History," 5-6 minute sketches where someone gets seriously drunk and then recounts an historical event.  And while said drunken retellings are entertaining enough in their own right, I've always found that it's the re-enactment portion of the sketch that is far and away the funnies,...
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01.07.2013
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