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Greg Giraldo talks about judging Last Comic Standing, "It's not comfortable, in a way, to think I'm some sort of comedy authority. In some cases. With people who are brand-new, its OK. But with my peers, it's not always comfortable." [Comic's Comic]

Derrick Comedy returns. Not as a comedy group, but rather as a social networking development group. [College Humor]

Kenan Thompson is creating a character based on Clarence Williams III because Kenan Thompson woke up this morning and decided to be awesome. [Movieline]

Comix in New York has some great shows coming up. They've got Eugene Mirman and Andy Kindler, The Daily Show and Friends and Maria Bamford. Support one of the best clubs in the city! [Comix]

Judd Apatow is producing Wanderlust, a comedy written by David Wain, Paul Rudd and Ken Marino, starring Rudd and Jennifer Aniston and directed by Wain. Wet hot American awesome! [My Pop Culture Brain]

What if there was a series made entirely out of stock footage. Wouldn't that be something that actually exists online? Yes it would be. [Channel 101]

Here's a preview clip of the Tim and Eric spin-off Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule. Holy guacamole! [Adult Swim]

I think you should check out Reggie Watts's theater piece Transition because I think he is great. But you know, that's just me. I am just a man that is right all the time, but you don't have to listen to me. [On the Boards]

The Drunk History installment that aired on Funny or Die Presents and features Jen Kirkman narrating Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle through Lincoln and Frederick Douglas's historic relationship is now online. [Funny or Die]

FX picked up yet another comedy series Wilfred, based on an Australian series of the same name. They are really getting their comedy ducks in a row over there. [Deadline]



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