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Here's a cool thing about the top 50 showrunners working in TV, including Tina Fey, who lists Short Attention Span Theater as her favorite TV moment. [THR]

Aziz Ansari says he'll be introducing Kanye West at this year's–Yo, I'm real happy for you and I'mma let you finish, but it's against the law to reference Kanye and the VMAs and not do this joke. [Aziz's Twitter]

Conan writer and Sex: Our Bodies Our Junk co-author Todd Levin talks about the book's influences, "One book I kept coming back to as we were writing this, though, was John Hodgman’s Areas of My Expertise. That book was such a great achievement in the way it used a consistent and authoritative voice to communicate hundreds of pages of fairly convincing bullshit." [Splitsider]

I love you, but you got Halloween costumes like a dickhead. This year, try going as Kenny Powers. [Lindsay Robertson]

Apparently we'll know Michael Scott's replacement by the end of this season of The Office, and it won't be Harvey Keitel. Which basically narrows it down to Donald Sutherland, Chuck Knoblauch or Elle Fanning. [Live Feed]

Videogum put on a big back-to-school comedy show last night with John Mulaney, Max Silvestri, Jenny Slate, Jon Glaser, Judah Friedlander and a bunch of other great laughsmiths. Check out some pics. [Videogum]

Paul Mooney has a new pay-per-view stand-up special. Here's a review. [Punchline]



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