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All The Signs That'll Make You Believe Dinesh Is A Natural Leader


At the end of the season four premiere of Silicon Valley (available to stream anytime on HBO Now), Pied Piper founder Richard (Thomas Middleditch) announced he was quitting the company to start a new project all on his own. 750 more words

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'The Big Sick' to Open 2017 Nantucket Film Festival

The Nantucket Film Festival has announced the complete list of films it will screen at this year’s event, including opener “The Big Sick” and closer “An Inconvenent Sequel: Truth to Power.” 294 more words

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Kumail Nanjiani Opened Up About The Time He Shared A Flight With A 'Pantless Plane Passenger'

Back in December of last year, actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani live-tweeted what can only be called a surreal in-flight experience at the hands (or, pasty white legs, to be precise) of a fellow passenger who immediately removed his pants upon boarding the flight. 499 more words

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The Wonky, Nonsensical, Nauseating World of 'Silicon Valley'

Strap yourselves in and get ready for another ride on the sick-making carousel of late capitalism! That’s right, folks: HBO’s Silicon Valley is back to put your puny pecuniary problems into perspective. 772 more words

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15 Things That Make Silicon Valley The Most Realistic Comedy on TV

Originally Published on TheThings.com on April 05, 2017

When it comes to developing and producing a sitcom, especially on a network like HBO, keeping a perfect balance of ROFL-worthy jokes and moments of harsh reality can be a serious feat. 258 more words

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Kumail Nanjiani's 'The Big Sick' Set as Seattle Film Festival Opener

The Seattle International Film Festival has selected Kumail Nanjiani’s comedy-drama “The Big Sick” as its opening night film on May 18 at the Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at Seattle Center. 207 more words

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Silicon Valley Kicks Off Season 4 on April 23

Change is in the air as the Pied Piper guys pursue their video-chat app, PiperChat, but Richard has a hard time letting go of his dream to put his algorithm to better use. 876 more words

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