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Not really! I wish they would- I could start a collection! Someone told me Amy Poehler played Rachel McAdams' mom in Mean
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Female comics are using private Facebook groups to warn each other about alleged abusers.
Entertainment
There is so much to be excited about in regards to the upcoming Brooklyn Comedy Festival (Aug. 22-28).
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Follow @JulieKlausner, @BillyEichner and @DifficultonHulu on Twitter for the latest Season 2 updates. The show's creator
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The Chris Gethard Show is a relatively new comedy variety show that's been on the air for one full season on the cable channel
Comedy
Catch the The Chris Gethard Show on Fusion. If you're in the tri-state area, request tickets to taping. Luckily, before the
Business
I swear I have the same experience on branded content campaigns. This is a made-up example, but I bet it will ring true to
Entertainment
Take a listen to their exclusive interview (full-length version here) for readers of The Huffington Post, first in character, and then as politically engaged comedians who eloquently analyze what they're doing.
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Amy Poehler inspires countless people every day, and is a wealth of both comedy and excellent advice. She knows the value of an open mind in today's quote.
Comedy
Is your chance of finding love ... remote? So you've tried all the dating apps out there right? Tinder, Plenty Of Fish, Hinge
Comedy
And then one of the vegetables screams, "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!" As you might imagine, what you believe is a wonderful, healthy
Comedy
“I have nothing. Nada. Zip, zilch, zippo," Stephen, who's also a writer for New York Magazine, The New Yorker and CollegeHumor
Comedy
Don't skip the ad on this YouTube video! Oh, did you already skip? Well, we don't blame you, but you missed the actual sketch
Comedy
It's got to be tough being a news anchor these days. Almost the entirety of the job is filmed and broadcast to a wide audience
Comedy
Yep, that's an Anderson kind of girl. The stand-up troupe UCB Comedy's Characters Welcome team has broken down the romances
Comedy
Following on the heels of "The Onion" and John Oliver's recent pieces on the events in Ferguson, Missouri, UCB sketch group