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Colin Quinn talks about trying to make a point and discussing history in his Broadway show Long Story Short, "Ultimately, if you’re not getting laughs, you’re not being a comedian." [Punchline Magazine]

Sometimes it's just important to watch a video of Sarah Silverman making out with a unicorn to an Aerosmith song. [AV Club]

A "footwear historian" pores over the entirety of Seinfeld to identify every sneaker Jerry wore on the show. [Complex]

Billy Crystal and Rob Reiner premiere the trailer to When Harry Met Sally, replacing Meg Ryan with Helen Mirren. I'll click this link that she's clicking also (PERFECT REFERENCE!) [Funny or Die]

Adult Swim picked up Black Dynamite, an animated TV series based on the 2009 cult hit of the same name. Even better, Michael Jai White, Tommy Davidson, Kym Whitley and Byron Minns are all returning to voice their characters. [Deadline]

Charlyne Yi went on Conan to talk about the differences between men and dogs and shows her dramatic range. [Team Coco]

Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie will play an elf in The Hobbit because the Internet runs the world now. [THR]

Sean Hayes will play Larry in the Farrelly Brothers' new Three Stooges film because the science to resurrect the original Larry as a zombie puppet does not exist yet. [THR]

Amy Schumer, John Oliver, Pete Holmes, Chelsea Peretti and more share their horror tales of the weirdest places they've done stand-up. [Huffington Post]



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