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The Nigerian Film Stars Behind Some of Twitter’s Greatest Memes
It’s more than just funny clips – it’s impressive list of films and a very famous duo.
What Do the Most GIF-able TV Shows Have in Common?
are racking up millions — and even billions — of views on Giphy, and for good reason.
The Story Behind the Conservative Grandpa Who’s Taken Over Twitter
If you’ve ever scrolled through replies to Trump’s tweets, you’ve probably seen Walter.
The Zombie Social-Media Accounts of Canceled TV Comedies
Digging through the Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram graveyards of shows that have left this mortal world.
Casting a Cliché Female Character? These Women Are Ready for You
Fake audition videos on Twitter are turning tired Hollywood tropes into comedy hits.
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‘Not Great, Bob!’: The Making of
’s Greatest Meme
The writers and actors behind season six’s “In Care Of” take us behind the scenes of the elevator confrontation that will live on in pixelated infamy.
In Twitter Comedy Videos, Endings Are Overrated
The playful, messy spirit of Vine endures.
The Six-Year Struggle to Regain Ownership of the ‘This Is Fine’ Dog
After the internet claimed the popular meme, its creator had to figure out how to take it back.
Go Ahead, Post These Comedians’ Sets on Instagram
It’s common for A-list comics to lock up fans’ phones — but many up-and-comers see the benefits of being recorded.
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Desus and Mero Are Ready for All the Awards You Got
On this week’s
podcast, the duo talks about connecting on Twitter and what it would mean to win an Emmy.
The Full-Circle Journey of ‘Homer Simpson Backs Into the Bushes’
The story behind
meme that got so popular it was used by Homer himself.
Brand Twitter Grows Up
How corporate social media (mostly) moved past its awkward phase and connected with audiences.
Paul Schrader on Oscars: ‘Never Underestimate the Power of Mediocrity’
Schrader is back online, and so are his opinions.