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Watch the Entire New Yorker Arrested Development Panel Now

Want to watch the full, hour-long Arrested Development panel that featured not only the announcement of the new series/movie, but also a full-cast chicken dance? You just need to toss The New Yorker a "like" on Facebook to gain access to the [...]

By Adam Frucci

Mindy Kaling Dissects The Lady Creatures Of The Rom-Com Universe

In Mindy Kaling's "Flick Chicks," part of this week's New Yorker, the Office writer explains her love for the bizarre, deeply unnatural beings that populate modern rom-coms. "I regard romantic comedies as a subgenre of sci-fi, in which the [...]

By Halle Kiefer

Larry David’s Kübler-Ross Scale of Being Lousy at Golf

In this week's New Yorker, Larry David contributed a piece to Shouts and Murmurs about how he's gone through the traditional Kübler-Ross stages of loss, but instead of it being about a terminal illness, it's about how crappy a golfer he is. [...]

By Adam Frucci

George Saunders’ Latest: ‘Home’

This week's New Yorker is the annual Fiction Issue, and as such is full of wonderful short stories by excellent writers. Especially of note is "Home," the newest story from humorist/hero George Saunders. It's available in full online, so you [...]

By Adam Frucci

Simon Rich Gets Romantic With ‘Trade’

From within her ice palace beneath the frozen Antarctic tundra, Drew Barrymore telepathically optioned the film rights to SNL writer Simon Rich's "Trade" the millisecond The New Yorker hit newsstands. Enjoy Rich's story now before it is infused [...]

By Halle Kiefer

The Insect-Lined Marriage Bed of Anna Faris and Chris Pratt

According to Anna Faris' New Yorker profile, the Scary Movie star bonded with then-boyfriend Parks and Rec's Chris Pratt over collecting exotic insects. Upon visiting his apartment for the first time, Faris almost cried tears of joy when she [...]

By Halle Kiefer

Allow Colin Jost to Explain to You Your Time Warner Bill

Decoding your Time Warner bill can be confusing. So many charges! Luckily, SNL writer Colin Jost took to the pages of this week's New Yorker to break them down. I really need to get in touch with them about refunding the "What Ever Happened to [...]

By Adam Frucci

Demetri Martin Asks ‘Who Am I?’ in the New Yorker

In the latest issue of the New Yorker, Demetri Martin contributes a piece called "Who Am I?" to Shouts and Murmurs. A taste:I am bravery. I am courage. I am valor. I am daring. I am holding a thesaurus.

By Adam Frucci

Where I Got These Abs, by Bob Odenkirk

In this week's New Yorker, Bob Odenkirk tells us where he got his abs: "The ab on the upper right is taut and sinewy thanks to middle school. Specifically, the effort of trying to get my two kids placed in a topnotch middle school. Filling out [...]

By Adam Frucci