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Jackie Chiles From Seinfeld Is Back for Reasons Unknown The Daily Show's Election Night Analysis
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Jim Gaffigan is going to make his Broadway debut in the revival of That Championship Season. [Broadway World]

Todd Phillips shares his views on political correctness and the recent gay joke in The Dilemma (and it almost stands as a proxy for the recent Hangover 2/Mel Gibson debacle). [Making Of]

Todd Phillips isn't shy in sharing his opinions. He basically tells Movieline what the thinks of them in their interview with him, calling the tone "bizarrely hateful." [Movieline]

In other development news, Molly Shannon has a show being developed over at HBO. It's about an ex-nun entering the dating world. I hope this is the role that finally fulfills all the promise she displayed on SNL so many moons ago. [Deadline]

David Cross talks about his whole career. Here he talks about his first big break, The Ben Stiller Show, "I wasn’t eating my dinners at happy hours with free buffalo wings from six to eight. I wasn’t stealing laundry detergent." [Vulture]

Amy Sedaris was on The Today Show this morning to promote her new book and be amazing. [Splitsider]

Sean O'Connor and Allison Williams star in a new web series about a couple moving in together. It's pretty great! [Sean and Meghan]

NBC is developing a pilot with Chelsea Handler based on her books. The show will not star her, but rather a younger alter-ego to stand in for her. [Deadline]



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