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Latest Posts: Saturday April 19, 2014

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If you went to Bonnaroo this year, you know it’s only weakness was a dearth of boobs and penises. Fortunately, Vandaveon and Mike are around to make helpful suggestions.

The Bonnaroo Experience, hosted by Key & Peele and featuring Jon Dore, Natasha Leggero, Andy Daly, Judah Friedlander and Marc Maron, premieres Saturday 11:30/10:30c on Comedy Central.

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If you're like me, you assumed Ham Rove just came from the local Ham Pundit Emporium. But it turns out someone has to make Ham Rove and all the other incredible props used on The Colbert Report. And that someone is Prop Master Brendan Hurley.

Martha Stewart Living just posted a profile of Brendan on their blog. Here's a taste:

JL: LET’S TALK ABOUT DRINKY, AKA GULPZILLA, STEPHEN’S PET 44 GALLON SODA.

BH: That [prop] was supposed to be day-of, but then it got pushed to the next day, so I had another day to work on it. It actually wasn’t that difficult. There was another Styrofoam cup that I made, that was completely different, and I like [Drinky] better.

JL: SO WHO IS INSIDE THE CUP? WHO IS DRINKY?

BH: It’s always me.

JL: NO WAY! AW, DRINKY’S NOT REALLY DEAD, IS HE?

BH: Drinky will be back. There’s no way I’m throwing that out. I threw out the first cup costume.

You can read the whole interview here. And in case you missed it, here's the aforementioned Drinky segment:

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Would you like to support a great cause and see some great comedy? Well, too bad, because that is impossible.

No wait, I’m now being told it is totally possible! Next Tuesday, Julian McCullough will headline The Kevin Malast Comedy Benefit at the Stress Factory in New Brunswick, New Jersey, with proceeds going to the Spinal Cord Injury Project at Rutgers.

Click the image for more information and click here for tickets.

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When I heard the latest Daily Show Correspondents Explain video was about Banks, I hoped it would be a detailed genealogical exploration of the family from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

And while I was initially disappointed to discover it's actually about these places where people store their money, it ended up being super funny, so I encourage you to watch it.

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Did you pay attention during Stephen Colbert's interview about yoga with The New York Times' William Broad? Prove it! There's a brand-new batch of questions in the Colbert Trivia Challenge, just waiting for you to demonstrate your knowledge of very, very important things like Iron Chef America and 3-hour orgasms. Give it a go!

The Colbert Report airs Monday through Thursday at 11:30/10:30c.

 

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It's that time again. We've got another Futurama poster autographed by Matt Groening up for grabs, and all you have to do to get a shot at it is give us your opinion. Here's this month's question:

What was the best new character to appear in Season 6?

Leave your answer in the comments of this blog post or on the corresponding Facebook post. And if you need to refresh your memory a little, be sure to pick up Season 6 on DVD or Blu-ray.

Futurama's special one-hour season premiere airs this Wednesday at 10/9c!

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As a connoisseur of coffee soup and hobo music, I consider The Great Depression to be a great depression. But did you know there are also some negative aspects of economic downturns? It's true! In the latest installment of The Correspondents Explain, The Best F@#king News Team Ever breaks down the finer points of recessions and depressions for us:

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Do you know who that guy is? If so, you've got what it takes to totally crush it in the new Colbert Trivia Challenge. Click here to test your mettle on five questions about the show, then check back every Monday for a new batch of Colbert-related trivia.

The Colbert Report airs Monday through Thursday at 11:30/10:30c.

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As you can see, this still image from “The Six Million Dollar Mon” features a dummy. It also features a Hermes puppet!

Hahaha, Zoidberg burn! More like Zingberg! Oh, we have fun, don’t we?

Futurama’s special one-hour season premiere airs June 20 (that’s next Wednesday!) at 10/9c.

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If you're having trouble coping with a mere 30 minutes of Workaholics each week, you could build a time machine, travel to 2048 and watch all 39 seasons back-to-back. Or you could just get a bonus Workaholics fix with episodes of the web-exclusive series The Other Cubicle, featuring Montez and the rest of the TelAmeriCorp team.

An all-new Workaholics airs tomorrow at 10:30/9:30c after Tosh.0.