• Watch the 1600 Penn premiere here before it airs Jan 10 on NBC (Video)

    You’ve no doubt heard buzz about NBC’s upcoming political comedy 1600 Penn, wherein Bill Pullman and Jenna Elfman play the President of the United States and First Lady, respectively. It’s like a traditional family comedy, except they live in the White House. The show also stars Book of Mormon’s Josh Gad, who plays the troublesome First Son. And although the show officially premieres Jan. 10 at 9:30 pm ET on

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    Susan Lucci helps Stephen Colbert make a point about the Petraeus scandal (Video)

    While Stephen Colbert was trying to break down all the specifics of the David Petraeus sex scandal last night, he got some much-needed help from soap star Susan Lucci, a gal who knows a lot about far-fetched plot lines and scandalizing sex triangles (or pentagons, as it were). Here’s how it played out… The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive

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    The Laughspin Interview with John Hodgman

    There’s only one man who can generate 16 hours of humorous, insightful and intelligent audio read by the likes of Patton Oswalt, Dick Cavett, Jon Hamm, Paul Rudd, Sarah Vowell, Brooke Shields, Scott Adsit, Robin Goldwasser, Jonathan Coulton, John Roderick and Rachel Maddow. His name is John Hodgman. In his just-released audio book version of his stellar That is All, that’s exactly what you get. You also get an ominous

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    Vice President Joe Biden will guest star on Parks and Recreation (Video)

    When Parks and Recreation traveled to Washington D.C. for their season premiere in July, senators Barbara Boxer, Olympia Snowe, and John McCain all made cameos. It was not only exciting for viewers to watch, but also for Amy Poehler’s character Leslie Knope, who’s a feminist local politician. What we didn’t know until now, however, is that they actually snagged Joe Biden as well. Parks and Rec showrunner Michael Schur told

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    Vote for Obama and Will Ferrell will eat garbage or whatever (Video)

    Will Ferrell may not be known for his biting political satire, but he feels strongly enough about the current election to campaign for Barack Obama’s second term for president of the United States of America. How strongly? Well, strongly enough that he’ll eat garbage, or take a dump on Mitt Romney’s dinner table or do a dance — if you’d only get out there tomorrow and vote for Obama.

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    New study finds late night hosts make fun of Romney twice as much as Obama

    Ever since Barack Obama replaced George W. Bush in the White House four years ago, politically minded comedians have attempted to adjust their focus to a president who is decidedly not the slow-moving target Bush was. And on the eve of election day, it seems Obama is still enjoying his status as a hard-to-make-fun-of commander in chief. According to a new study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs,

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    Mr. Burns from The Simpsons reveals his presidential endorsement (Video)

    Not to be outdone by New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, who today announced his surprise presidential election endorsement of Barack Obama, another billionaire has come forward with his pick. That’s right! The Simpsons’ famously wealthy crankpot Mr. Burns has also announced who he’ll be voting for this coming Tuesday. And his choice might surprise you**. **If you’re an idiot.

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    An ode to School House Rocks features an angry, homeless Uncle Sam (Video)

    The folks at Animation Domination High Def have struck again, this time tackling the process by which we vote for president of the United States. A play on the classic School House Rocks songs that still help educate our youth, this one features a homeless Uncle Sam who’s more of a conspiracy theorist than a patriot. Or is he more patriot? You tell us.

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    You should read comedian Rob Delaney’s message to voters

    Though he’s widely known for his hilarious, off-color quips on Twitter, comedian Rob Delaney has, in recent months, become increasingly vocal about the presidential election. Over the summer, in fact, his tweets became the most re-tweeted on the subject of Mitt Romney. Delaney has now harnessed his influence — 648,000 Twitter followers and rising — to encourage Americans to vote for Barack Obama on Nov. 6., reasoning, among other things,

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    Seth Meyers and John Oliver want different things from presidential election (Exclusive)

    Regardless of how you feel about Barack Obama or Mitt Romney (or Gary Johnson), this election has provided many laughs and ample material for our favorite comedians (Super PACs, binders full of women, and Perry’s “oops”). At Bob Saget’s Scleroderma fundraiser recently, I caught up with Saturday Night Live’s Seth Meyers and The Daily Show correspondent John Oliver to ask them what the funniest outcome to this election would be

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    Tina Fey: If one more gray-faced man explains what rape is, I’m gonna lose my mind (Video)

    Tina Fey was invited to speak at the Center for Reproductive Rights Inaugural Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York last night. And talk she did. Although the entire speech is not online yet, the Wall Street Journal has released an amazing clip. “I wish we could have an honest and respectful dialogue about these complicated issues,” Fey says in the video. “But it seems like we can’t

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    Stephen Colbert wants to teabag Donald Trump for charity (Video)

    In response to Donald Trump’s absurd proposal to Barack Obama yesterday — that he will give $5 million to charity if our president provides his birth certificate and college records to prove he’s an American citizen — Stephen Colbert has announced his own charitable plan: He will dip into his own Super PAC’s coffers and give $1 million to a charity of Trump’s choice. But here’s the catch: Trump has

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    Obama and his anger translator Luther give Mitt Romney geography lesson, debate advice (Video)

    Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key (aka, Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) have been delivering hilarious, pointed political commentary throughout the election season. And no doubt Peele’s Obama and Key’s Luther (Obama’s anger translator) have been the high point of their Web-only content. In their latest, the pair recap the third and final presidential debate, which went down Monday in Florida, as well as offer Mitt Romney some not-so-friendly advice on

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    Animation Domination High Def music video finds Mitt Romney cavorting with ladies

    The newest offering from Fox’s just-launched Animation Domination High Def finds Mitt Romney in a rapper’s paradise, convorting with scantily clad women, getting bloody with Big Bird and, as the kids say, making it rain– and just in time for tonight’s third and final presidential debate! Check out some of the ADHD offerings here, and the official ADHD site, which is updated daily with cool videos, GIFs and more.

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    Watch Jon Stewart’s uncut interview with Barack Obama (Video)

    Last night, President Barack Obama made his sixth appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. And while Stewart challenged the president on his lackluster performance during the first presidential debate and his questionable response to the recent terrorist attack in Libya, the two managed to have a high-energy, funny chat. You can check out the entire thing below, which includes portions that didn’t air on Comedy Central. Enjoy! The

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