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Does This Redesign Make Me Look Fat? The Making of Sarah Silverman's New Friends Song
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It's happened!  Finally: the baby we've all been waiting for, straight

from comedy heaven, delivered by that duck from the Groucho Marx show,

in a basket lined with funny papers.

On October 25th, 2008, Will

Arnett and Amy Poehler (or Wilmy, as they are known around the CC

Insider) gave birth to a healthy baby boy, whom they named Archie. The

couple had not commented on the choice, but one can only assume that he

was named in the humorous tradition of Archie Bunker, Archie Andrews,

and Archie Asparagus.

So, fan boys and girls, now that the little fella has sprung forth

from one of the most talented uteri in the biz, the question hangs in

the air like a fart joke: what will he be like?  If he's half

the comedic golden child we expect him to be, he will be pulling off

masterful prat-falls before he learns to walk — mark my words.  Sure,

maybe the average onlooker might not be able to tell the difference

between a carefully-honed comedic gag and the normal falling down of an

developing infant, but trust me: this baby is gonna be Buster

Keatoning the crap out of the boring old Suris and Shilohs of

Hollywood.  How can he not? Picture it. Little Archie will posses the

best qualities of Wilmy, from which there are so many to choose…:

Mad Dancing Skillz:
(Wait for it…) 

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Vocal Stylings:


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