As a faux Steve Wozniak.
At Patton Oswalt's suggestion.
"Charlize & Tilda just pulled up in a stolen police car."
Megan Mullally and friends want your money for an alt-comedy festival in the City of Angels.
Brian Williams, Maya Rudolph, and Patton Oswalt are all really good at Mad Libs. T.I. and Martin Short? Surprisingly, not so much.
"I thought his balls were going to come out the entire time."
"I had a massive crush on Jeremy Irons, and when I met my gynecologist, I was like, 'Wait a second. You're not Jeremy Irons. You don't look like Jeremy Irons at all!'"
"Forgot I did this," tweeted Oswalt, explaining, "I stayed absolutely motionless in the opening scene from a KING OF QUEENS episode."
"I think right now there is an undeserved sort of fashion and fad for improv ... sometimes the script is awesome, and you will look really good if you read the f-cking script."
As a basketcase, a nerd, and a jock. Respectively.
It's the new movie from Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody.
Both Sales Guy No. 2 and Shakespeare approve.
So much for the emperor having no clothes.
Plus, Patton Oswalt brings his demented idea of how the publishing world works to 'The Daily Show,' on our regular late-night roundup.
It's his first book.
"Why create anything new when there's a mountain of freshly excavated pop culture to recut, repurpose, and manipulate on your iMovie?"
There's a 'Hulk' remake, some 'Mad Men' homages, kung fu cops, and many, many gay character.
"In someone’s memory — in many people’s memories — I’m a snickering, sneering asswipe ... "