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Chris Hardwick landed a job hosting BBC America's Saturday night comedy block, and he's also developing a pilot based on his Nerdist podcast for them. Congrats, Chris! [Deadline]

Rue Brutalia kills it with their latest video, chronicling douchebag history with the origin of the fist bump. [Cracked]

Speaking of killing it, Broad City recruits Amy Poehler, Kristen Schaal and a bunch of other NY comics for their new video. Stop killing it everyone! My videos of silly impressions and cats farting won't get me an agent with all this competition! [Broad City]

Louis CK outlines his pitch for directing a movie, "Eight million bucks. It'll take about six months to finish it. But you don't get to know anything about it.." [Esquire]

The trailer for Conan O'Brien Can't Stop is out online, and it looks great. Apparently, it's pretty honest and doesn't pull any punches about his feelings after the late night mess. [AV Club]

Marc Maron interviewed Garry Shandling on the latest WTF! Listen to it, nerds! [WTF with Marc Maron]

I usually don't like dealing in celebrity gossip, but in this interview with the three Hangover stars, Zach Galifinakis reveals he and January Jones were rude to each other once. But the WHOLE interview is funny and interesting, so read it! [Shortlist]

Speaking of The Hangover guys, Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong were asked to interview themselves and it quickly devolved into chaos. Pretty fun chaos. [Moviefone]

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