A Semi-Controversial Week in Comedy

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- Eddie Brill was fired after his controversial quotes in the New York Times.

- We spoke to Chris Lilley about Angry Boys, Summer Heights High and We Can Be Heroes.

- We unraveled the ouroboros of Hipster Runoff.

- We talked to The Best Show on WFMU host Tom Scharpling about Four Loko.

- We received a letter from the Montessori Center for Gifted and Special College-Bound Children.

- Stephen Colbert kept exploring a possible presidential run, and not-his Super PAC released some solid ads.

- We told the fantastical tale of The Princess Bride’s real and fictional author.

- We baby-talked our way through Adam Sandler’s time on SNL.

- We strongly advise that you watch Paul Solomon: Chronicles of Love.

- We lamented the lost roles of Ricky Gervais.

- We watched the Jackie Gleason show that was so bad, it warranted a half-hour apology.

- We gave you some lesser-known facts about one of the most well-known sitcom episodes ever.

And this is the moment, everyone: your Top Five Web Comedy Videos of the Week:

Horatio: The Early Years - Episode 1

I Didn’t Know I Was Gilbert Gottfried

Hello Caller

Watchin’ Downton

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