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An important reminder that a lot of our favorite SNL sketches were actually just stuff they buried at end of the show to kill time before 1am.
Did you know that Rachel Dratch was originally cast to play Jenna on 30 Rock?
Well here are a few clips from the unaired pilot, before Jane Krakowski became Jenna Maroney.
Here’s the 2012 edition of Bullseye’s annual Best Comedy special. We listened to one bajillion comedy albums, and bring you our highlights. Featuring material from:
- Aziz Ansari - Dangerously Delicious
- Maria Bamford - Maria Bamford, the Special Special Special
- Demetri Martin - Standup Comedian
- Doug Benson - Smug Life
- Garfunkel and Oates - Slippery When Moist
- Hannibal Buress - Animal Furnace
- James Adomian - Low Hangin’ Fruit
- Jim Gaffigan - Mr. Universe
- John Mulaney - New In Town
- Lewis Black - In God We Rust
- Tig Notaro - Live
- Kyle Kinane - Whiskey Icarus
- Paul F. Tompkins - Laboring Under Delusions: Live in Brooklyn
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“Harris Wittels… asked if he could debut sort of an anti-comedy character. The character was ‘Jack From The Lumberyard,’ and what he wanted to do was play this character and actively try to never say anything funny… which is really difficult as a comedian, because your natural timing takes over, and even if you’re not saying anything funny, the timing can be funny. So it was a really interesting choice for him to try to do something that was never funny and never interesting. That was the other part of it: It could never be interesting… he was talking to Adam Scott at Parks and Recreation, where Harris is a writer… and Adam thought it would be fun to play a character who’s a co-worker at the lumberyard, and they were going to come in and both of them play this really strange game of never saying anything funny.”
- Scott Aukerman talking to The A.V. Club about his favorite episodes of his podcast Comedy Bang! Bang!
Arrested Development NEStalgia Is Here!
Created by super-artist Jesse Eisemann, this 6 cart set is of one of the greatest TV series in history and we are excited to see it in NEStalgia cart form. There is I’m A Monster, Chicken Dance Revolution, Mr. Bananagrabber, Stair Kart, Steve Holt!, and Dr. Funke’s 100% Natural Good-Time Family-Band Solution which can be purchased individually, or you can buy the entire set and save!
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