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There's double dealing and ax-wielding elves in this film straight from the imaginations of children.
Rachel Dratch played the Minnesota senator in a cold-open replay of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's Senate testimony.
These SNL-themed wines pay homage to the late show’s dry humor.
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant ― but succinct ― wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women
"Parenting tip: maybe don't leave Hungry Hungry Hippos on the floor of a dark room."
See the theatrical premiere of the movie with Director Matt Kugelman & cast including Bianca Del Rio in New York City on
Pack found the earnest details utterly hilarious. He wondered what would it be like to actually read select passages to an
They're back, and we don't just mean Billy and Julie. SNL Alumni Fred Armisen and Rachel Dratch are among the star-studded
"My parenting philosophy is 'Try not to lose your shit.'"
Like the comedy teams of old, Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, Fey and Poehler offer irresistible side splitting guffaws in Sisters, their new movie that opened this week at the Ziegfeld with a party at MoMA.
"Save your kids, save your friends and, most importantly, save your acting career."
Ripcord is rife with refreshing contradictions. Most notably, it's a comedy set in an assisted-living facility. That might not sound like the recipe for success, but leave it to Marylouise Burke and Holland Taylor to run absolutely wild with such a healthy and limber David Lindsay-Abaire screenplay.
If you don't think blenders have anything to do with the Spanish Inquisition, you've got it all wrong. In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday