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56666629Paul F. Tompkins has a new album called Freak Wharf coming out through AST Records. Listening party at my place! [AST]

Marc Maron talks about the different audiences he's performed in front of, "A room full of hipsters can be as horrible as a roomful of morons." [SF Standup]

Morgan Freeman is attached to star in a comedy about old guys who have sex a lot. The movie will be shown in theaters across the country as the new teen abstinence campaign. [THR]

Some wonderful nerd put together this compilation of Charlie Day from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia dancing. Thank you, nerd! [Buzzfeed]

Here's a list of the 10 funniest comedians in Philadelphia right now. I've never been to Philly, and I know very little about it… hmmm… Philly Cheese Steaks? That's a thing, right? [Comedy]

Scott Adsit talks about being a part of Celebrity Autobiography, but also mentions his upcoming Adult Swim show called Dr. Frankenhole, "It's about Dr. Frankenstein and all of the monsters around him, and time travel… it's bizarre." [Comic's Comic]

The New York Times has a pretty in-depth article about George Lopez. [NYT]

Dane Cook interviews himself. The interview is about as hard-hitting as anything Barbara Walters has ever done. [Myspace]

And finally, did you know comedians also celebrate Halloween. It's not against their religion or anything. Here's a bunch of them in costume. [Comic's Comic]



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