• Comedy Central’s Kroll Show will end after third season, but this isn’t a time for mourning (Videos)

    While viewership remained consistent through its first two seasons and the quality of sketches only improved, Kroll Show will come to an end on Comedy Central after its third season, set to premiere Jan. 13 at 10:30 pm ET. But this is no time for mourning. Comedy Central promises that Nick Kroll’s best known characters will find a proper end to their fictional journeys. According to Comedy Central, “Bobby Bottleservice

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    Marc Maron, Weird Al, Moby and more all once tried out for The Postal Service (Video)

    In this brilliantly produced video, radio host, writer and champion of great comedy Tom Scharpling expands his ever-growing resume of music projects by incorporating comedians like Marc Maron, Weird Al Yankovic and DC Pierson into the imagined 2002 audition process for celebrated electronic duo The Postal Service. Music geeks will also delight in watching Helmet’s Paige Hamilton, Moby and Guns ‘n Roses bassist Duff McKagan (among others) audition for a

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    Nick Kroll’s ‘Kroll Show’ premieres tonight on Comedy Central, so let’s watch some previews!

    The long-awaited series premiere of Kroll Show, the brainchild of comedian Nick Kroll, goes down tonight at 10:30 pm ET on Comedy Central, after the season premiere of Workaholics. And in honor of this television event and in honor of one of the most diverse talents in the world of comedy — he’s one of the most sought-after stand-up comedians and plays Ruxin on FX hit The League — let’s

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    LA comedy represents in Portland; a SoCal perspective on the Bridgetown Comedy Festival

    As the fourth annual Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland came to a close yesterday, some of the best, brightest, and most original in comedy were put on display to uproarious, standing room only crowds. This is especially true for the LA comedy scene. Looking at the list of almost 200 scheduled performers at Bridgetown, over a third of them are based out of Los Angeles. Portland, seemingly a more indie-minded

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    Bridgetown Comedy Festival: Day 2

    PORTLAND – Somehow, it’s still sunny in Portland. The Comedy Gods are smiling upon us, you guys. First stop for day two of Bridgetown was Lance Bangs Presents Come Laugh With Us at the Bagdad Theater. The line for this baby was around the block, because the show was packed with talent. Kristen Schaal, Fred Armisen, Jon Daly, Brett Gelman, Mike Lawrence, and of course, director Lance Bangs. First up

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