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Live at Comic-Con: It All Begins… Any Minute Now Jon Benjamin Just Wants His Van Back
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Garry Shandling to receive lifetime achievement award at Just for Laughs. Larry Sanders snubbed again. [THR]

Maria Bamford on how she became a stand-up, "Well for one thing I got hired as a stand-up. It was more of a job than an interest. I didn’t get much interest from the theatre community. It was just wherever more affirmation was." [Splitsider]

Ben Stiller's secret is out. Stiller to direct and star in upcoming "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." [Slash Film]

Jimmy goes Dougie. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake perform "The History of Rap Part 2." [LNwJF]

Seen a great Marcello Mastroianni impersonation lately? Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon will travel to Italy for follow-up to "The Trip." [Indiewire]

Susie Essman talks about Larry David in Rolling Stone. You'll be surprised how many times she calls him a pig. Zero. [Rolling Stone]

As part of the same issue, Richard Lewis talks stand-up, sobriety and trusting Larry David. Guess which task was the toughest. [Rolling Stone]

Behold the power of the Colbert Bump. [Chicago Tribune]

Michael Bay and Jack Bauer have a baby. Meet him in this behind-the-scenes interview with the cast of Adult Swim's new NTSF:SD:SUV: [The Comics Comic]

Maya Rudolph gives birth. There's nothing gross about it. [Laughspin]

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