In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime; and the district attorneys, who prosecute the offenders. This actress has played all of the above, dozens of times.

Eventually I'd love to see an SVU version of this, although you can probably make one at home by just shouting "pervert" at five second intervals. The rest of this week's comedy videos, including a Kelly Ripa spelling bee, a Fred Armisen interview, and a Mary-Kate dishwasher, can be found over at Splitsider.

Other highlights from the week in comedy:

- We interviewed comedian and Fun Dad Pete Holmes.

- We considered the raw quality of Zach Galifianakis' standup.

- We got serious about SNL's less jokey past.

- We were not impressed by the Florida arc on The Office.

- Her name is Cheri (clap clap), she was on SNL (clap clap), so check her out!

- We tried to convince you that Cavemen wasn't so bad.

- We tasted some criminally good pizza.

- Welcome, fans of Welcome, Freshmen.

- The Everything Is Terrible tour trucks on.

- We spoke to David Paul Meyer, the director of You Laugh But It's True.

- We base all our political activism on Stephen Colbert.

- We advised you to watch "The Honest Bachelor."

- We uncovered the lost roles of Jonah Hill.

- We previewed the NBC fall season of 1958.

- We listened in on the DVD commentary for "Life on the Fast Lane."

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