The most remarkable groups of writers in the history of TV comedy.
The only guide you’ll ever need.
“Hopefully people are loving hating him.”
“It’s a parody; we’re not really there to offer up some kind of perfect version.”
You may receive detention and might have to write forever on a chalkboard if you fail this.
“You don’t win friends with salad.”
Animator David Silverman has been with The Simpsons since the beginning — literally: He directed the first episode of the series.
From watching every Sideshow Bob episode to looking out for sing-a-longs.
We ranked the 24 best ‘Mr. Show’ sketches of all time in this definitive list that you can’t possibly argue with because it’s perfect.
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All good comedies have a main cast of memorable characters, but the great ones expand their worlds to include all sorts of other characters, […]
Last week’s Community shed light on the way that pop culture is entrenched in the collective conscious, in the form of a conversation about, of […]