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Patton Oswalt describes starting out in comedy, "Comedy just clicked for me when I first tried it. It didn’t go well, but it just felt like this is a world that I would like to be in." [Chicago Suntimes]

In a piece about Barry Michels, Hollywood therapist for screenwriters, Adam McKay describes his biggest fear, "I did Jimmy Fallon, the red carpet, all the press junkets… But for some fuckin’ reason Charlie Rose got me again." [New Yorker]

Jimmy Kimmel recounts the relatively comfortable horror of being stuck in a French Polynesian island while Friday's disastrous tsunami occurred. [Huffington Post]

The first time Zach Galifianakis hosted SNL, he shaved his beard. The second time Zach hosted SNL, he shaved his head. What will Zach shave next? Only time will tell. In the meantime, here's footage of his head being shaved. [NBC]

The Paley Center held panels with the cast and creators of Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared. If you're super sad you couldn't go, at least you can read short snippets and quotes from it. That's almost the same, right? [THR 1, THR2]

If you were worried about Gallagher collapsing on stage the other day, everyone relax! He was released from the hospital and seems fine! [E!]

Chris Elliott talks about wanting to become a dramatic actor, "I honestly don’t think I have the chops for that. I don’t think I have the face for it. I’m just too silly." [AV Club]



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