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Julia Louis-Dreyfus And Stephen Colbert Headline Season 6 Of 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee'

The new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is a week away from premiering and if the above trailer is any hint, the new episodes will give some extra attention to the talk show circuit. 104 more words

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Watch a Trailer for the New Season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

The trailer for the upcoming season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee teases the reunion between the real life Jerry and Elaine. Julia Louis-Dreyfus—who served Seinfeld an excellent burn during… 76 more words

The Game-Changing Arc That Took The Comic Brilliance Of HBO's 'Veep' To The Next Level

The first three seasons of the brilliant, assured HBO comedy Veep were predicated upon a very simple premise: The vice president of the United States is powerless, and the audience gets to laugh as she commits one blunder after another in an effort to have her otherwise disregarded voice heard. 797 more words

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Because the more things change...

We live in changing times.

The world’s moving at a faster and faster pace.

Change is constant.We must embrace it.

I know all this because the corporate motivational speakers tell me it’s so. 268 more words

Veep Recap: "Mommy Meyer"

Mike is the beleaguered staff member this week, as he vents to his wife while at breakfast about the overwhelming stressors of his job. She dutifully gives him a pep talk, after which he dashes off to work – leaving her with the bill – remembering as he leaves that it’s her birthday. 816 more words

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All The Filthiest, Foulest Insults From HBO's 'Veep' In One Supercut

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HBO isn’t just about unbridled violence and almost-porn levels of nudity. They’re also allowed to be as vulgar with their language as they wanna be. 132 more words

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CBS Throws Letterman Set in Dumpsters; Later Found, Now in Kramer's Apartment

Removal of stage set from Late Show with David Letterman, at the Ed Sullivan Theater

NEW YORK CITY (The Barbed Wire) – Just one day after David Letterman wrapped his iconic 33 year run in late-night TV, stagehands spent the day breaking up and throwing away the Letterman set pieces and theater chairs that audience members were sitting in less than twenty-four hours earlier. 260 more words

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