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See also: Why This Song Sucks: The Worst Rap Tracks of 2011
They are all here this year: The all-the-way aged king, the suddenly mortal demigod, the former darling, the current darling, the m ... More >>
In terms of looks, charisma, and talent, Rashida Jones should have been a star a long time ago. But in terms of what she's ready to offer Hollywood (and what Hollywood finally might be ready to let her accomplish), her belated ascent seems well-timed. Bittersweet breakup comedy Celeste and Jesse For ... More >>
Who said, "I personally think we developed language because of our deep need to complain." If you answered "Lily Tomlin," you win a trip to Beverly Hills for the Paley Center retrospective "She's Making Media: Lily Tomlin."
When she first gained fame in the late '60s on Laugh-In (look it up, kids), ... More >>
Paula Deen made her debut on Saturday Night Live over the weekend -- or rather, Kristen Wiig debuted her best Paula Deen impression. During a segment on "Weekend Update with Seth Meyers," Wiig slowly swiveled in as Deen, with a drumstick in one hand and a big stick of butter in the other, to address ... More >>
COMPLETE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE : A Case for Small TheaterThe Groundings' Crazy Uncle Joe Show has a one-night only tenth anniversary performance (Wed., June 22, 8 p.m.) featuring (pending cast availability) Kristen Wiig, Kevin Nealon, Maya Rudolph, Michael Sheen, Will ... More >>
Try not to laugh so hard you squirt soda out of your nose. Actually, it promises to be a very adult evening at tonight's fundraiser for The Groundlings, the iconic LA improv troupe that launched tons of comedic talent: Will Ferrell, Maya Rudolph, Phil Hartman, fried pie-loving Kathy Griffin, ... More >>
"It's good to be back home in Austin, Texas,' said Jorma Taccone, Saturday Night Live writer and director of Macgruber, the sketch-to-film starring Will Forte and Kristen Wiig that debuted at SXSW last night. He paused for applause. "Actually, I was born and raised in Berkeley, but you guys ... More >>
Brian TamborelloMcKenzie (front, with Clement) rides the folk train
October is Folktober for fans of New Zealand's fourth most popular digi-folk parodists, the mighty Flight of the Conchords; following the second season of their acclaimed eponymous HBO show, which bagged several Emmy nominati ... More >>
Nicole CamposMike Judge has something to live up to with his new comedy Extract, if the testimonial of an audience member during Saturday night's Q&A following a preview screening at the American Cinematheque at the Aero was anything to go by. Without naming the expert in question, the fellow point ... More >>