-Paul Scheer’s new podcast network Wolfpop launched on Tuesday.
-We spoke with Megan Amram about her new book Science…For Her!
-Kate Berlant told us how to embrace terror.
-HBO is developing a comedy about three brothers in Los Angeles, NBC ordered a multi-cam pilot starring Jerrod Carmichael and five additional episodes of Marry Me, and ABC is developing another autobiographical sitcom but this time with puppets.
-We got the inside scoop from Ophira Eisenberg about standup, storytelling, and radio hosting.
-Saturday Night’s Children featured the dangerous Michael O’Donoghue, SNL’s first head writer.
-We took a look inside Weird Al’s early work that finally emerged from the archives.
-We took you through how NBA former number-one draft pick Blake Griffin bolstered his comedy chops during his off season as an intern for Funny or Die.
-We reviewed Chris Rock’s underwhelming performance on SNL along with the best and worst sketches of the night.
-NBC’s freshman comedies, A to Z and Bad Judge, were canceled.
-Judd Apatow and Laura Dern are developing a movie about female football fans.
-Second City Archives featured Stephnie Weir doing a live psychic reading in 1998.
-We delved in to his punk rock comedy with Eric Andre.
-This Week in Web Videos we took a look at Scott Rogowsky’s “10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Jew.”
-It was announced that Craig Ferguson’s last Late Late Show guest is Jay Leno.
-Wolfpop the new spin-off podcast network from Earwolf debuted its new shows and we broke down the most notable, some of which triggered tears and holiday cheer.
-Rashida Jones and Will McCormack are writing Toy Story 4.
-Anne T. Donahue showed us how Twitter is like a food court at the mall and how she learned to use it right.
And here are your top five web videos of the week:
Simply Unemployable - Nude Parents App
Funny or Die - Republican Bruce Springsteen
Dead Kevin - The Joke
CollegeHumor - The Britishes: Stop Looking at Your Phones
Above Average - If Sex Was Like Call of Duty