• Eddie Pepitone is joined by Patton Oswalt, Dana Gould and more in this very special Christmas film (Video)

    It’s been a while since we posted an episode of Puddin’, the daily live-action comic strip starring comedian Eddie Pepitone and writer/creator Matt Oswalt (the guy eating pudding). But we’re going to make it right by posting this just-released, very special Christmas episode. Unlike the rest of the series, this episode is way longer than the typical less-than-a-minute Puddin’ joints; also, it’s in black-and-white. In it, we find our anti-hero

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    Watch Robin Williams reinvent his role from ‘Dead Poets Society’ with Patton Oswalt and Dana Gould

    If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know that mighty Robin Williams has been dropping by Puddin’, the daily, live-action comic strip starring comedian Eddie Pepitone and created by Matt Oswalt. If you’ve missed out, you can check out those episodes here. Anyway, Williams makes yet another appearance in today’s episode, wherein he revisits his character, English professor John Keating from his 1989 classic film Dead Poets Society. In an equally

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    Watch things get intense between Robin Williams, Patton Oswalt and Eddie Pepitone

    Patton Oswalt and Robin Williams return in this week’s Puddin’ Matt Oswalt and Eddie Pepitone’s daily live action single panel comic. Eddie has a hard time collaborating with Robin and Patton gets sadistic. Check out Robin’s first appearance with Patton from last week if you missed it and subscribe to the YouTube channel for new episodes every Monday through Friday.

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    Watch what happens when Robin Williams, Patton Oswalt and Eddie Pepitone gather in the same room

    A lot of familiar faces have popped up in the kitchenette in Matt Oswalt’s daily live action cartoon strip Puddin’, starring Eddie Pepitone. But it just got really real today. Recurring guest Patton Oswalt is joined by Robin Williams (Robin Williams!). The two comedy superstars compete for a role in Eddie’s newest film project. But only one of them is willing to do what it takes to win. See it

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    Tragedy strikes on a new episode of Puddin’ with Dana Gould and Eddie Pepitone

    Today’s episode of Puddin’ finds comedian Dana Gould guest starring, once again. More importantly, however, he’s the center of a great tragedy. I won’t spoil it, so just watch it below. And don’t skip to the words below the video. I asked Puddin’ creator, writer, director and silent pudding eater, Matt Oswalt what has become of the table after Gould’s unscripted attack on it. “We’re still using it, just disguising

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    Watch this week’s episodes of Puddin’ starring Dana Gould and David Koechner

    Have you been enjoying Puddin’ this week as much as we have? It’s super every week, but the newest five episodes of the daily live-action comic strip starring Eddie Pepitone (silently co-starring writer, director and editor Matt Oswalt), feature guest stars Dana Gould and David Koechner! In case you missed the newest installments or if you just want to relive the magic, we’ve collected them all in one convenient post—even

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    Watch the ‘Bitter Buddha’ trailer with Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, more!

    True comedy nerds know who Eddie Pepitone is. He’s the man who’s made an art out of Twitter, the star of the daily live-action comic strip Puddin’ and the dude who released the stellar album A Great Stillness at the end of last year. But, with the upcoming documentary about the man, perhaps a wider spectrum of comedy goers will get intimate with Pepitone and his many lovable psychoses. Directed

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    Watch Patton Oswalt guest star on Eddie Pepitone’s live-action comic strip, Puddin’

    Some of you might be familiar with the daily live action comic strip Puddin’ starring comedian Eddie Pepitone. In routinely gets thousands of views every day on YouTube and it deserves more– it’s one of the top running web series, especially after being featured in Spin’s comedy issue. Featuring the inimitable Pepitone saying and doing the most vulgar, crass, villainous things possible while his co-worker is trying to eat pudding

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    Eleven comedy web shows that should be television shows

    When it comes to developing comedy show for television, with the exception of Louie, there is hardly any unilateral decision making that allows for something that is “just good” to be on the air. Demographics, built-in markets, censors, programming and more unfortunately factor into what usually makes it to the air. On the Internet, however, the phenomenon of the web series, though often low budget, has allowed for creativity to

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