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Allison Silverman has some friends who let Julian Assange stay at their house a few days. She recorded them and dramatized their plight casting Colbert writers Michael Brumm and Peter Gwinn and Get Your War On's David Rees. [Splitsider]

Natasha Leggero talks to comedian Ron Babcock and explains how wearing gloves allows her to be meaner on stage. Meanwhile, her Comedy Central Presents premieres Friday at 11/10c. [Punchline]

In this video interview, Liam McEneaney and Victor Varnado talk about their stand-up documentary Tell Your Friends! and talk about why they felt it was important to document the alt-comedy scene. [Huffington Post]

Jesse Joyce, Greg Giraldo's writing partner on the Roasts, remembers his friend, "People should remember that he was one of the best ones to ever do it. He wasn’t just great at jokes, but his jokes made points." [Huffington Post]

Dan Harmon, creator of Community, breaks down basic story structure to its skeletal form. Very interesting! [Splitsider]

Cedric the Entertainer will host It's Worth What?, a game show for NBC this summer. [The Wrap]

Judd Apatow is producing a new film called The Do Gooders from Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck, who worked on King of the Hill and wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film A Good Old Fashoned Orgy. [THR]

The Lonely Island's new album, Turtleneck and Chain, drops (the cool kid way of saying "it comes out") on May 10. [Consequence of Sound]

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