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At Moontower, Wanda Sykes re-enacts colonoscopy, reflects on racial injustice in America

Mixed-race families. The trials of getting older. Genetically modified organisms. Wanda Sykes swam deep into the complexities of life Friday night at the Paramount Theater during her blisteringly funny and effortlessly relatable Moontower Comedy Festival headlining set. 511 more words

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Sykes doesn't bring the kids to work; just the stories

Wanda Sykes isn’t one for bringing the kids to work, even rarely.

“I don’t like bringing them on the road,” said the 51-year-old comic who appears April 16 at Caesars Windsor’s Colosseum. 587 more words

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In With The Old

The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006 to 2010) wasn’t Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s first post-Seinfeld sitcom, but it was the one that stuck around the longest… and that’s about its only distinction, as far as I can see. 466 more words

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Crowd Work Part 1

When I was seventeen or eighteen, I had dropped out of high school and was working nights as a telemarketer for the New York Theater Workshop. 475 more words

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All Former Cast Members Reunite for SNL 40

“Never once did I think I would be performing with veteran SNL comedic geniuses like Charles Manson, Neil Diamond, Val Kilmer, and Harrison Ford all in one show. 703 more words

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DailyDish: Goodbye, Jon Stewart! Hello, late-night TV diversity?

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Jon Stewart is leaving The Daily Show, which makes us sad. But, you know what makes us happy?

Thinking that maybe now, late-night TV will use his departure as an opportunity to inject some diversity into its all-white, all-male demographic. 46 more words

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