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There's a second episode up of The Mis-Informant, starring Jack Black and a bunch of kids. Who doesn't love Jack Black interacting with kids? People without souls. [Funny or Die]

Pee Wee Herman and Regis Philbin robbed a candy store and the picture is worth a thousand candies. [The Daily What]

Bob Saget has a new show coming soon called Strange Days with Bob Saget. It's about Bob getting under the surface of strange subcultures. [The Futon Critic]

Peter Serafinowicz uploaded a video where he punches Will Arnett because he was sad about Running Wilde's seemingly imminent cancellation. Love that they can see the humor in losing a great job. [YouTube via Peter's Twitter]

30 Rock writer/producer Kay Cannon talks about getting hired as a writer, writing the second half of her spec script by pulling an all-nighter the day before it was due. [Splitsider]

Here's a very smart comparison between Louis CK's Hilarious and James Joyce. I understand about, ooooh, let's say 13% of it. [B. Michael]

Eddie Murphy will star alongside Ben Stiller in Brett Ratner's new ensemble caper film Tower Heist. [Moviefone]

Tim and Eric were on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night and they were totally normal and boring and very not weird. SARCASM! [Comic's Comic]

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