A Prepared and Well-Stocked Week of Comedy

-We revisited and defended David Letterman’s notorious 1995 Oscar hosting performance.

-An audience member admitted to raping someone in a monologue at the UCB Theatre’s Del Close Marathon, and we talked about what comedy’s responsibility is to such awfulness.

-We talked to the Campaign Legal Center about what the Colbert Super PAC means for the future of campaign fundraising and advertising.

-Our road trip with Kyle Kinane came to an end.

-Jimmy Fallon’s upcoming SNL hosting gig was eerily predicted nearly to the day on a 1998 episode.

-We looked at the wonderful movies of Commedia all’italiana.

-We gathered up the 11 R-rated comedies to rank in the top five at the box office.

-Jim Carrey loves Emma Stone.

-We looked at the lost roles of Paul Rudd.

-We looked at the best two-part sitcom episodes out there.

-We gathered up some recent scientific studies on how comedy works.

-We looked at the SNL contributions of Anthony Michael Hall.

-We examined the role that comic novels have in today’s comedy world.

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

Seven Minutes in Heaven with Jason Sudeikis

Double Cross

Penis County USA

Nick and Andy: Coming Soon

Photoshop Rap Part 2

A Prepared and Well-Stocked Week of Comedy