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Andy Daly Tells Us About The First (And Only) Time He Appeared On Letterman

Before comedian and actor Andy Daly wore his khaki ensemble on Review, he sported a similar look during his first (and only) appearance on the  1,805 more words

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Remembering Amy Poehler As Andy's Rage-Filled Little Sister From The Early Years Of 'Conan'

Before she was Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, before she and Tina Fey teamed up at the Weekend Update desk at SNL, before she was a psychotic talent show producer in Wet Hot American Summer, Amy Poehler had another iconic role under her belt: Stacy, Andy Richter’s little sister in the early years of Late Night With Conan O’Brien. 273 more words

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7 Questions with Blake Wexler 

 

by Ryan Meehan

 

Blake Wexler started doing stand up at the age of 15 in Philadelphia, and moved to Boston in 2007 to pursue his stand up comedy career and attend Emerson College from where he graduated with degrees in journalism and political science.  1,255 more words

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'Fargo' Alum Allison Tolman Will Guest Star In The 'Review' Season 2 Premiere

Two of my favorite TV things of 2014 were (1) Review, Andy Daly’s hilarious Comedy Central mockumentary series, and (2) Allison Tolman’s performance as Minnesota detective Molly Solverson in FX’s reimagining of Fargo, so I’m gonna go right ahead and file this next thing under Great News: Tolman will guest star on Review next season. 122 more words

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'Talking Bread' Proves That Chris Hardwick Will Host Almost Any Talk Show

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I’m pretty sure this will either be the funniest thing you watch this evening or it will be the worst. There can’t be much middle ground here, especially considering a topic as divisive as bread. 111 more words

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Don Demillo: Sick God of the Podcast

The character of Don Demillo, a creation of madman/writer/comedian Andy Daly, is a creepy theater director who found inspiration in the NYC peep show circuit. For 18 years, he directed The Rockettes in their Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectaculars and lately has been putting on shows at the Pasadena Fairy Tale Theatre, staging depraved and adult versions of children’s classics. 368 more words

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