Zac Efron goes to great lengths to assure victory in a cubicle competition with Seth Rogen for the Comedy Central show Workaholic. E! reports: The Workaholics guys begin chanting, "We've got to see that d--k. We've got to see that.....
Cubicle Neighbors–Promoting their latest movie Neighbors, actors Zac Efron and Seth Rogen join the guys of Comedy Central’s Workaholics. Interviewing for a job with the 9 to 5 trio of Adam, Blake and Ders, Rogen plays the diversity card, suggesting he would be an ideal hire since he’s Jewish. Show More Summary
Thursday was a busy time for White House press secretary Jay Carney. First, he claimed that the toughest interview president Barack Obama had in 2012 was moderated by Comedy Central's Jon Stewart. As if that wasn't bizarre enough, he...Show More Summary
The comedian addresses a Change.org petition asking for her to host a Comedy Central show
For those of you who haven’t seen “Workaholics” on Comedy Central, you’re missing out on life. Adam, Ders and Blake are like the modern day “Three Stooges” except way dirtier, and they’re looking for a fourth cube mate. In this hilarious video, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron both try out for the spot by showing off [...]
Zac Efron and Seth Rogen are interviewed by Comedy Central’s Workaholics crew about an open spot at their office in this hilarious joke sketch video. The Neighbors co-stars are told they would be put in the lead for the job opening if they are “Dudes that plow chicks.” “It’s safe to say I do plow [...]
In a new Comedy Central video, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron audition for the most coveted role of them all:
Appearing on "The View," the Fox News host continued to criticize CBS' choice of the Comedy Central vet to replace David Letterman as "Late Show" host. read more
You said dirty comics are sort of a rare breed these days. Do you feel like that’s made comedy worse? Do you ever find yourself hesitating on stage, like ‘if I say something, there might be someone recording it and they might put it on a blog?’ Or do you not even give a shit? Every comic gives a shit. Show More Summary
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Check out Amy Schumer and The Good Wife‘s Josh Charles starring in this hilarious parody of The Newsroom, which aired on tonight’s episode of Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer. “The Foodroom” follows two fast food store managers who have a relationship that seems strikingly similar to that of The Newsroom’s Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) and [...]
Stephen Colbert plays a character on his Comedy Central show"The Colbert Report." What's the real Colbert like? The question is more important than ever because of the CBS announcement that Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of "The Late Show" beginning next year. Show More Summary
Fans of "The Good Wife," are you missing your Josh Charles fix? The TV hottie hasn't gone far: Just over to Comedy Central for a guest bit on "Inside Amy Schumer" in which he and the funny lady parody HBO's notoriously dramatic series "The Newsroom."
On Tuesday, April 22, the Comedy Central star will drop by the CBS talk show for the first time since he was named the new host. read more
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by Bill Pearis Where has crowd-funding led us? Perhaps the direction of Real Estate's new video for "Crime" (from this year's Atlas). In it, director Tom Scharpling (as played by Andy Daly of Comedy Central's The Review) explains that the...
A host of Viacom properties – MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, and Logo – have recently had great success premiering new shows within its apps. MTV today announced that its newest scripted series, ‘Faking It,’ will be available exclusively via the MTV app on iOS and Android, and on Xbox Live (for those with Xbox 360s) for 48 hours. Show More Summary
In an appearance at the National Press Club, comedian and former correspondent with The Daily Show, Lewis Black, said that Comedy Central host Jon Stewart was happy for Colbert and is "looking around" himself at moving on to directing films or writing full-time.
Stand-Up Month finishes strong when David Spade returns toComedy Central with the world premiere of his new one-hour stand-up special, “David Spade: My Fake Problems,” debuting on Sunday, May 4 at 10:00 p.m.
Changes Rock Chicago Art World More shocking than James Franco at Pace Big announcements were totally trending this past week. We’ve all heard about Colbert’s leaving his seat at Comedy Central for Letterman’s coattails and George Lucas’s ridiculous plans for a museum in Chicago. In a tribune article, Lucas called Chicago his “second home,” and […]