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This week's Simpsons' couch gag is Breaking Bad themed! I'm not sure why it is, exactly, since Breaking Bad doesn't come back for a few months -- it seems a little out of the BLUE lol, but who…   Read Story »
A new Oz: The Great and Powerful poster has hit the 'net and everyone hates it because it is terrible. -SlashFilm Max Silvestri is recapping Top Chef for Eater again this season and every line of…   Read Story »
Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and a romantic comedy parody that David Wain and Michael Showalter wrote together shortly after they wrote Wet Hot American Summer? PUH-LEEEEEZE.   Read Story »
Here is a very important photo set of Oscar nominated movie images recreated by a baby. Hang them in your museum! -Pajiba Stereogum rounded up their top ten greatest rock moments in the history of…   Read Story »
After an 18-month hiatus, David Wain's very funny web series Wainy Days is back today with two new episodes! GREAT! You should watch them!   Read Story »
As you may have heard, John Goodman has been added to the cast of season three of Community! Remember when he was in Coyote Ugly? Haha yes you doooo. -Screen Junkies Here are a bunch of very…   Read Story »
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the release of Wet Hot American Summer and, as you may know, David Wain is talking about a possible sequel. And now the cast members are saying they'd be into…   Read Story »
David Wain put this up on his blog yesterday: apparently 13 years ago, he and State members Kerri Kenney, Ben Garant, Michael Showalter, and Michael Ian Black made a commercial for the then-new Game…   Read Story »
Wanna see the new trailer for a web-only sitcom? Yeah, I didn't either until I remembered it's for Wainy Days, David Wain's successful experiment in creating the first consistently hilarious web…   Read Story »
I have a new saying that isn't going to catch on for things that are always about to happen but never actually happen, like The State coming out on DVD or an Arrested Development movie existing:…   Read Story »