This Week in Comedy: A Whole Lot of Ron Burgundy and Amy Poehler

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-Will Ferrell made SEVENTY Dodge ads as Ron Burgundy. Seriously, seventy.

-Adult Swim has two pilots premiering this month: Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories, and Flithy Sexy Teen$ from Paul Scheer.

-In honor of next Friday’s premiere of The Birthday Boys on IFC, we looked at their best web videos.

-NBC bought a Swedish sitcom from Amy Poehler and her brother. Poehler also gave a wonderful speech about the importance of charity and her work with the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.

-We interviewed Marc Maron about his new special, Mark Normand about standup, Hannibal Buress about The Eric Andre Show, and Tom Lennon about Sean Saves the World.

-We reviewed the script to Dieter, the surprisingly funny Mike Myers movie that was never made.

-Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West resolved their Twitter feud on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

-Bridesmaids director Paul Feig wants to make a gay rom-com and wants to cast Channing Tatum and SNL’s John Milhiser.

-Regular Wes Anderson actor Kumar Pallana passed away at the age of 94.

-CBS put its rejected Rupert Grint/Greg Garcia pilot Super Clyde online.

-We reminisced about Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s short-lived presidential parody from 2001, That’s My Bush.

-CBS’s We Are Men became the first sitcom cancelation of the new fall season after two episodes.We looked at how the rest of the new fall comedies are doing in the ratings.

-We recommended the week’s best podcasts and the web series How to Not Win Back Your Ex.

And here are your Top Five Web Comedy Videos of the Week:

Dr. Patient - “Death From Sex - The Lost Law and Order Ep.”

Tubbin’ with Tash - “Episode 2: Chelsea Peretti and Reggie Watts” (via JASH)

Precious Plum - “A Bat Named Dog” (via CollegeHumor)

Above Average - “Sound Advice”

Official Comedy - “NoDrizzyTine: For Depression Caused by Drake”