-Comedy Bang Bang returns for Season 2 on IFC tonight. In honor of this, we interviewed Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts and ranked the 11 best characters and impersonations from the podcast that inspired the show.
-Speaking of Scott Aukerman, he made a solid Fox News debut.
-Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer says they’re having conversations about a fifth season with Netflix.
-The first season of Comedy Central’s Drunk History premiered, as did the second season of The Jeselnik Offensive. We talked to Drunk History host/co-creator Derek Waters about the show.
-We interviewed Michael Cera and director Sebastian Silva about their upcoming movie, Crystal Fairy.
-James Franco will be the subject of the next Comedy Central Roast.
-Chris Rock announced he’s doing his first standup tour in four years, “maybe with Dave Chappelle, maybe not.”
-Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain had the second-highest-grossing opening weekend for any standup movie, ever.
-CollegeHumor premiered its first feature-length film, Coffee Town, starring It’s Always Sunny’s Glenn Howerton, Parks and Rec’s Ben Schwartz, and Eastbound & Down’s Steve Little.
-We defended Russell Brand, mused on NBC’s late night situation, interviewed Little Horribles creator/star Amy Rubin, and fantasized about Sick in the Head, the Judd Apatow/Amy Poehler series that never was.
And here are your Top Five Web Comedy Videos of the Week:
Billy Eichner - “Taylor Swift - ‘Glitter and Ribs’ (via Funny or Die)
Superego - “007” (via Adult Swim)
Thingstarter - “Tiny Diapers for the Tip of Your Penis” (via Above Average)
WOMEN - “The Difference Between Men & Women”
Nick Wiger - “3D Printer” (via Funny or Die)