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Rachel Dratch is writing a book about "what happens after her time on the show is over — when the only acting roles she gets offered are obese lesbian secretaries…" [Splitsider]

Ed Helms on how the career lines between film and TV have changed, "The value from a career standpoint of television vs. movies has, I think, over the last 10 years, become harder to distinguish." [AV Club]

The New York Times has a great piece on The Book of Mormon. I like this Trey Parker quote: "We wanted to make this not just cynical and Mormon bashing, but hopeful and happy, because to me that’s what musicals are about." [NY Times]

MTV President Van Toffler says the new Beavis and Butthead will expand to making fun of more than just music videos, "This time around, they'll watch Jersey Shore, UFC matches and user-generated videos from YouTube, in addition to music videos." [Rolling Stone]

Joe DeRosa directed this music video for Tom McCaffrey's new song Hack Killers, featuring Ted Alexandro and Aisha Tyler. The song is about killing hack comics, which is something I don't actually support, but I secretly kind of do. [Atom.com]

Let's try to get through this without judgment: Lindsay Lohan's "friend" calls Late Show with David Letterman to get her to do a bit on the show. Lindsay denies any of her "friends" did this. Turns out that "friend" was her father. [TMZ]

Laura Prepon, from That 70's Show, will play a young Chelsea Handler in the NBC pilot based on Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea. [Punchline]

Dan Harmon answers questions from Reddit, "The writers want the same thing from the show [Community] that you want, for the same amount of time.  I don’t expect it to cure cancer or feed Africa but I want it to live and breathe a full life." [Dan Harmon]

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