Paul Scheer takes us behind the scenes of new sketch series Party Over Here

There are hundreds of places in Los Angeles to see live comedy. From an institution like The Comedy Store on Sunset to the cozy but unpredictable setting at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on Franklin, all types of comedy are happening in all types of places—a list that now includes “late-night TV sketches” and…

A never-ending review of a commercial for Olive Garden’s never-ending pasta

Olive Garden has often said that “When you’re here, you’re family,” but GardenCast is a YouTube series that dissects every other line, action, and strand of never-ending pasta in their ads. In episode four, which dropped last August, the show’s three hosts watch a 15-second commercial that loops 120 times and features…

Mary Elizabeth Ellis talks about her transition from It’s Always Sunny to The Grinder

Since her premiere on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia in 2004, Mary Elizabeth Ellis has primarily been known to many fans as “Waitress,” the unrequited love interest of Charlie Day’s character, Charlie Kelly. Through 10 seasons, Charlie has stalked and pined for the Waitress, leaving many fans wondering if she’ll…

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom on going viral and the best day to drop a video

In today’s age of YouTube and digital streaming, the line between traditional television and online entertainment is getting blurrier by the view count. People often use YouTube to try to get on television, while TV shows such as Key & Peele grow massively in popularity thanks to clips on YouTube. It’s a give-and-take…

Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban talks making deals and beating the shit out of people

In 2009, when ABC premiered Shark Tank—a show featuring five very rich investors hearing pitches from hopeful entrepreneurs—it was interesting but it lacked a certain panache. It lacked a star. Which isn’t surprising, because when’s the last time you heard a Koch brother or a member of the Walton family say something…

This animated Taiwanese preview of the Lions/Cowboys game is beyond insane

This crudely animated preview of the Lions/Cowboys playoff game, done by “Taiwanese Animators,” features every storyline that the major networks will cover for the game, including Ndamukong Suh’s foot-stomp on Aaron Rodgers’ calf, Dez Bryant’s antics, and Jerry Jones’ supposed philandering, but it does so in a way…