“Maybe women get to a certain age and they no longer have a filter.”
It seems like the most fun.
“It’s more of a resurgence. There’s a difference.”
In the late nineties, David Wain and Michaels Ian Black and Showalter set up a weekly showcase where everyone from Louis C.K. to Marc Maron to the UCB to Stephen Colbert would show up.
A gallery of shots from when future comedy stars (Rob Corddry, Jack McBrayer, Aubrey Plaza) learned improv while SNL stars stopped by to work out.
So many to choose from! Which made the cut?
We did it for Winnie Cooper.
“The nastier the better, as far as I’m concerned.”
To the Quizatorium!
“I met Paul twice. He was never nice to me.”
A triple-bill of episodes end the show’s third season.
Until last night, no one in the group had acknowledged that Abed might need professional help.
The group tries to come to terms with the death of Star-Burns.
A spot on Law & Order parody. Also, someone dies.
The sweetest moment of the entire season, just in time for its finale.
A war between friends gets the Ken Burns treatment.
Seriously: those eyebrows.
The characters on Up All Night are smart enough to realize they’ve got a lot of growing up to do.
No longer would Troy be the Constable Reggie to Abed’s Inspector Spacetime.
This one’s really good! And it has The Fonz!