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Countdown to Futurama: Light Cycle Chase Jon Stewart on the Second GOP Debate/Child-Rearing Contest
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by Intern Margaret Shin

Television Critics Association nominations are out, and Jon Stewart has been nominated in the Individual Achievement in Comedy category. [LA Times]

And "Most Incompetent TV Doctor" nominations are out. South Park’s Dr. Doctor and Futurama’s Dr. Zoidberg made the list. There, there, Zoidberg, a doctorate in art history still makes you a doctor. [UGO]

Sean Penn will direct Robert De Niro in The Comedian. But don't call it funny because it'll beat you down in front of your mobster friends. [NY Post]

The new TV Land series Happily Divorced premieres tonight. I sounded like Fran Drescher for exactly a day because of the flu and it was freaking awesome. I miss that day. [LA Times]

T.J. Miller will play the lead in Road to Nardo. The film will be The Hangover Part II and Old School writer Scot Armstrong’s directing debut. [The Playlist]

Time Out calls Bo Burnham "the new saviour of stand-up." Cool, but where's his beard? All saviours have beards. [Time Out London]

Ben & Jerry want you to eat their Schweddy balls. Rumor has it the ice cream company may be developing a new flavor based on the oldie but goodie SNL "Schweddy Balls" skit with Ana Gasteyer, Molly Shannon and Alec Baldwin as Pete Schweddy. [Gothamist]

And if that's not enough, here's a final bit of penile wordplay. Hot Rod director Akiva Schaffer has been reportedly offered to direct Neighborhood Watch. Ben Stiller may star. [First Showing]

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