Featuring Amy Poehler, Ed Helms, Casey Wilson, Rob Corddry, a special appearance by Creed, and many more.
A gallery of shots from when future comedy stars (Rob Corddry, Jack McBrayer, Aubrey Plaza) learned improv while SNL stars stopped by to work out.
Both as dads, both in single-camera series.
He killed on Ben and Kate last night.
The pearls really make it.
Plus: Rob Corddry loved trying to get fired from Goldman Sachs.
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So, basically, who hasn't been on Children's Hospital?
Plus: Tracy Morgan's take on wrapping up 30 Rock, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The trio joins the Steve Carell and Toni Collette film.
Vatican exorcists come to the rescue.
"I hate the healing power of laughter."
Turns out there was more verbal abuse and sexual harassment than we predicted.
"I... just appreciate the general wardrobe that geeks tend to wear."
The comedian discusses jumping the shark, embracing the shark, and his foray into gay porno.
It's like 'Grey's Anatomy' in that it's "about really beautiful, inappropriate doctors boning."
Plus: Michael Caine Googles self.
"WWGAD: What would 'Grey’s Anatomy' do?"
Oh yes, there will be vomit.
Plus: Chow Yun-fat! Vampires! Korean gangsters!
Still, there's no denying it is a KILLER title.
Plus: Yep, 'Melrose Place' is back.
Plus: 50 Cent overcomes his addictions.
Plus: Neil Patrick Harris on acting with his wang.
Plus: Does the 'Thundercats' movie have its Panthro?
On Monday, we jokingly suggested that Oliver Stone's W might be a comedy. Today, we were proven right.