This Week in Comedy: ‘30 Rock’ Ends, ‘Kroll Show’ Gets Renewed, and Amy Poehler’s Writing a Memoir

- Comedy Central renewed Kroll Show for a second season after just two episodes, while CBS renewed How I Met Your Mother for a ninth and final season. 

- Amy Poehler is writing an illustrated, non-linear memoir due out sometime in 2014.

30 Rock has ended, and in a way so has New York City-based TV production, but also Tina Fey wants to make Mean Girls musical.

- We introduced you to the next wave of comedians on each coast.

- Jonathan Coulton’s Glee ‘cover’ beat all the Glee songs in the charts.

- Earwolf made Comedy Bang Bang’s first video podcast, and Ken Marino’s Burning Love web series is going to be on TV.

- We talked to Nikki Glasser and Sara Schaefer about their new MTV late night show, and Mike Scully about writing for The Office, Parks and Rec, and more.

Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are developing a new HBO show.

- We took a look at Adam Levine’s turn hosting SNL last weekthe endearing goofiness of Mac de Marco’s web videosDarrell Hammond’s tenure on SNLthe anarchic comedy of Gremlinsthe lost roles of Peter Sellers, and @seriouslyemily’s twitter feed. We also noted what 50 star comedians were doing when they were 25 and got a letter from Andi Sharavsky’s anxiety.

- We recommend the week’s best podcasts.

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

WOMEN - “Look at Allen”

Modern Comedian - Sara Schaefer

Stallin’ with Dave Hill - John Hodgman

Elephant Larry - “Neti Pot Super Bowl Commercial”

Funny or Die - “Masked Magician Secrets Revealed”

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