This Week in Comedy: RIP Stan Freberg

-Comedy legend Stan Freberg died at age 88.

-Silicon Valley premieres Sunday on HBO, and Zach Woods talked with us about the intricacies of playing awkward characters.

-Michael Keaton rang in Easter Weekend with a bang on SNL, and we had the highs and lows of the night.

-Justin Willman talked to us about the intersection of comedy and magic and his comedy special Sleight of Mouth.

-We talked to Giulia Rozzi about the art of making comedy that’s true to yourself.

-We broke down the Fraiser episode where Frasier and Niles’ relationship was crystallized in a real-time dinner party meltdown.

-The Comedians creator Ben Wexler gave us an inside look at his new job.

-We looked at Bob Hope’s controversial comedy specials from the Vietnam war.

-This week our Second City archives unearthed a clip of John Candy paying tribute to bad improv for Second City Chicago’s 25th anniversary.

-We talked with creator and writers of Funny or Die’s new web series Halal in the Family, Aasif Mandvi and Daily Show producer Miles Kahn.

-We talked to Allegra Ringo about Twitter, dogs, and other important topics.

-We gave you a rundown of the must-listen podcasts of the week like Kristen Schaal’s Nerdist appearance.

-Eddie Murphy will receive the Mark Twain prize for American humor this year.

-We gave you a case for TV revivals and reboots.

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

Funny or Die - Super Troopers Boot Camp

Notary Publix - There Were Never Any Orphans!

Pocketwatch - Fixr: Dating App for Singles Who Like to Fix People

Everyone’s Upstairs Neighbors

CollegeHumor - Is My P*ssy Normal?

This Week in Comedy: RIP Stan Freberg