This Week in Comedy: ‘SNL’ Celebrates 40 Years

-It’s an end of an era as Jon Stewart announced this week he’s leaving The Daily Show.

-The SNL 40th anniversary special added 30 more minutes.

-We shared 40 of our favorite underappreciated SNL sketches.

-We broke down why the satire we need now is all the satire that’s on right now.

-Margaret Cho gave us her take on turning pain into comedy.

-Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi took us inside the world of vampires, gangs, and Avian Puns.

-We took a look at how Sure Thing is helping Austin’s comedy scene explode.

-Brett Gelman exposed his dark side and talked about his new special Dinner with Family with Brett Gelman and Brett Gelman’s Family.

-We told you why the best comedies on TV wouldn’t exist without King of the Hill.

-We explained why Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is a web series is so great despite its flaws.

-We talked with Brett Davis about taking over for The Chris Gethard Show.

-We explored expanding universe of Marissa Wompler and friends.

-Second City Archives threw it back to 1990 with Chris Farley and Bob Odenkirk as a singing Mount Rushmore.

-We highlighted the top episodes of the week, including Jay Mohr’s conversation with J.B. Smoove.

-The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber airs March 30.

-Zoolander 2 will start shooting in Rome this spring.

-Portlandia was renewed for a sixth and seventh season, and Billy on the Street was renewed for a fourth on truTV.

-Epix announced standup specials from Lisa Lampanelli, Jim Breuer, and Jim Norton.

-A new SNL documentary Live from New York! premieres in April.

And here are your top five web videos of the week:

Funny or Die: Vacciné: The Revolutionary New Drug For Anti-Vaxxers

Bottled: Sadness Contest

CollegeHumor: Weird Al Gets Whiplashed

On Cinema: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ And ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’

Above Average: Sex & Relationships - The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People

This Week in Comedy: ‘SNL’ Celebrates 40 Years