Parks and Rec reunion? Amy Poehler is ready!

Amy Poehler is open to doing a Parks and Recreation reunion. Variety reported that the Saturday Night Live alum made comments about wanting the Parks and Rec gang to get back together at the Smart Girls’ 10th-anniversary celebration dinner last night. “I am technically available,” Poehler said, “I have like six of Leslie’s blazers in my closet, so anytime.” She went on to say, “We really can’t jump without [co-creator

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Patton Oswalt, Sarah Silverman, and more raise money for comedian following severe spinal injury

Comedian Jason Saenz suffered a tragic accident last week when he fell through an apartment building’s skylight, injuring his spine. Currently paralyzed from the waist down, Saenz required surgery and will need extensive rehabilitation moving forward. Comedians from across the country have pulled together to contribute to a GoFundMe on his behalf. The fundraiser is aptly named Saenz Spinez, and additionally provides updates on his recovery. Saenz, who had just

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4 Between Two Ferns interviews to get you excited for the movie

The Funny or Die series Between Two Ferns is reportedly being turned into a feature-length film on Netflix, and production is already underway. Zach Galifianakis, of course, will return as your socially inept (or rude) host. The Hollywood Reporter reports that series co-creator and frequent director Scott Aukerman will be helming the film, and though the plot hasn’t been disclosed, it will stick to the low-budget talk show segments its

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This Week at the Comedy Cellar shows off the unpolished part of stand-up comedy

As the first season of This Week at the Comedy Cellar wraps up, the show has established itself as a true look at the craft of stand-up comedy. Sure, the show can be a little forced at times with the “comic’s table” banter, but it still illustrates a side of comedy that most people don’t get to see. On This Week at the Comedy Cellar, comedians get up and do

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South Park strikes against Amazon working conditions (Video)

South Park is taking another shot at Amazon on this week’s show. In the all-new episode titled Bike Parade, an Amazon fulfillment center opens in the small town of South Park and working conditions cause a strike. The episode will be airing on Wednesday, December 12 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Back in 2004, South Park lampooned Wallmart and the damage to local businesses that the megastore causes and now, in 2018,

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Bill Burr Presents: Jessica Kirson poised to be Comedy Central’s next special from All Things Comedy

It seems Jessica Kirson is (finally) getting a one-hour Comedy Central special. Bill Burr and his All Things Comedy banner appears to be producing the special, which tapes in New York City next month. Kirson is a comedy powerhouse long overdue for her own hour special. In recent years, her star power has picked up appearances on HBO’s Crashing, CBS’s Kevin Can Wait, and a role in the 2016 Robert De

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The Case for Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland from Oh, Hello To Host the Oscars (No, Seriously.)

The hunt for a new Oscars host is back on and, apparently, no one in Hollywood wants the gig. For a hot second, it seemed as though Kevin Hart would host the awards ceremony until negative backlash erupted over past tweets featuring homophobic slurs. Now the hunt has resumed and, over the weekend, the Twitter account for Oh, Hello has been claiming that Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland (played by

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Dane Cook announces first stand-up tour since 2013

Veteran comedian Dane Cook announced his upcoming Tell It Like It Is tour, his first national tour since 2013. The run will go from February 21, 2019 to November 16, 2019 ending at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. While he has been running sets all across Los Angeles in recent months, this year Cook will be taking his new hour to most major U.S. cities before it ends up

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Holiday shopping gift guide based on their favorite comedian

Picking out the best gifts for your loved ones can feel like a never-ending maze of lofty price tags and vague memories of shoes they said they liked years ago. Of course, in concept, the best gifts are deeply personal—a weird lamp that made you think of your sister or a bear-shaped lighter that just screams Uncle Dan. But finding the inspiration for these intimate gifts is much harder than

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Kenan Thompson talks Good Burger Sequel on Watch What Happens Live (Video)

A Good Burger sequel is in the cards according to Kenan Thompson. He has even talked it over with his former co-star, Kel Mitchell, and they are both interested in doing the movie—they’re just waiting for the studios to greenlight it. The Saturday Night Live star talked about the sequel to the 21-year-old comedy classic on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. The topic of Good Burger arose when

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