What a gem.
What a gem.
Who knew so many celebs said, "I'm going to smoke some weed"?
She also covers Paula Deen, Comerica Bank, and how hard it is to eat healthy in America.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar's "What Would Zack Morris Do in 2013?" with Paul F. Tompkins.
He is Grumpy Cat.
Like Grumpy Cat and Unflattering Beyoncé.
He plays her son, obviously.
Of course there are dancers.
Tig Notaro, John Mulaney, Patrice O'Neal, and more.
"I'm kind of a dilettante." —Ty Burrell
Is there a show you love that hasn't featured Megan Mullally? Nope. No, there is not.
Is this what it looks like when someone's stomach implodes?
Recapping TV shows for Vulture: always a stepping stone to greatness.
I was relieved to see that the contestants are going back to singing individually, even though I knew I would not like most of their singing.
Why are they really doing this, I wonder? Is 'American Idol' broke, and they're subcontracting sleep-deprivation studies?
We gave him a questionnaire to have him prove his recapping credentials.
The band is headed to Bro-oadwaaay!
He dresses the way show-biz folks should, damn it!
Popular comedian to popular spontaneous public improv troupe: "Leave people alone."
The popular show's future is in jeopardy.
Plus: Gus Van Sant reveals his true ambitions.
See Wilkins's creepily hilarious 2006 short 'Kidney Thieves,' starring Ethan Embry, Paget Brewster, and Paul F. Tompkins.
The show also included visits from Ben Lee, a self-proclaimed Australian Jew who sang a song that asked “What Would Jay-Z Do?”
Bill Maher on George Bush, Gene Simmons on monogamy, and Rainn Wilson has 99 problems, none of which include Jenna Fischer.