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Jimmy Kimmel on Trumps op-ed: He was in the fake news

November 8, 2018

Late-night hosts discussed the presidents article for USA Today and the hotly contested race for governor of Georgia Late-night hosts took aim at Donald Trumps much criticised op-ed for USA Today, referring to it as fake news. Jimmy Kimmel On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host spoke about the article, UN ambassador, Nikki Haley, Fallon showed […]

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Female Comedians Are Disgusted by Louis C.Ks Comeback

September 23, 2018

Three days before Louis C.K. Just the Funny Parts …And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking into the Hollywood Boys Club, tells me by phone Tuesday morning. Forgiveness has to come hand in hand with restitution, with amends, she adds. As for the timing of C.K.s return to the stage, Scovell wonders, Maybe his kids […]

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How BoJack Horseman became the most empathetic show on television

September 19, 2018

In a standout fifth season, the dark animated comedy continues to provide unexpected insight about human behavior through its non-human protagonist Since BoJack Horseman first came out in 2014, it has gained both critical acclaim, as well as a staunchly loyal following of viewers who enjoy the shows seamless blend of whimsical animation and earnest […]

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Michaela Watkins: TVs Most Underrated Actress Next Act

September 3, 2018

Michaela Watkins and I are genuinely surprised to see each other. She was Jason Reitman-produced dramedy debuted at the dawn of swiping. Dating apps were all the rage, and no one really understood yet how theyd affect the human aspects of relationships, let alone romance. The fourth and final season, The series centers on Watkins […]

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GOP Lawmaker Jason Spencer Strips, Screams N-Word on Sacha Baron Cohens Who Is America?

August 13, 2018

This past week, Jason Spencer, a Republican state representative from Georgia, defeated in a GOP primary after serving four controversial terms, was just one of several unnerving moments from the most outrageous segment in the second episode of signing a waterboard kit, Ted Koppel The Bachelors Corinne Olympios gamely saw some pretty gullible gun rights […]

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Barry Chuckle, one half Chuckle Brothers duo, dies aged 73

August 7, 2018

Manager says comedy entertainer died peacefully at home with his wife and familyBarry Chuckle a life in pictures The entertainer Barry Chuckle, one half of the comedy duo #Chucklevision Paddy McGuinness (@PaddyMcGuinness) One of my favourites from childhood years, teenage years and as an adult! Gutted. Barry Chuckle RIP sir. August 5, 2018 It has […]

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‘I want everyone to be happy’: how Rob Reiner became a great director and a political hero

August 3, 2018

The maker of This Is Spinal Tap, Stand By Me and When Harry Met Sally also campaigned successfully for same-sex marriage. He talks love, friendship and the moment Nora Ephron revealed that women fake orgasms I didnt have what he was having but my lunch with Rob Reiner, director of When Harry Met Sally and […]

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What critics thought of Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show ‘Who is America?’

July 31, 2018

Image: Gavin Bond/SHOWTIME Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America? created quite the buzz leading up to its release, with prominent conservative politicians reacting with outrage as they realized Cohen was effectively pranking them. The series premiere is now streaming on Showtime (free for a limited time), and in true Cohen fashion, it’s got people talking. […]

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I broke the contract: how Hannah Gadsby’s trauma transformed comedy

July 23, 2018

In her show Nanette, the Australian standup speaks out about homophobic and sexual violence the set is now a Netflix sensation. She opens up about shame, rage, her autism diagnosis and the meaning of Louis CK During the live run of Hannah Gadsbys standup show, Nanette, she found herself sleeping 15 hours a night, then […]

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