Break ups are a horrible thing to go through! But what might be worse is that period of time right before a break up when you start to get annoyed with everything your girlfriend or boyfriend does. The way they slurp their food, the icky way they use napkins, their hygiene. Every once adorable tic becomes a grating flaw of their character. Just don't handle breakups like Gillian Jacobs.
The rest of this week's comedy videos, including philanthropy, better homeless signs and a PSA to never make your own pencils can be found over on Splitsider.
- John Oliver hosted his final Daily Show (for now). In honor of this, we listed our favorite moments from the Brit's time as interim-host. Jon Stewart returns with the show's next new episode on September 3rd.
- Tina Fey has two new shows in the works. One is a workplace comedy for NBC. The other is a comedy set at an all-womens college that has just begun accepting men for the first time, which NBC and Fox are currently fighting over.
- Following the announcement of Seth Rogen as roastmaster, Bill Hader, Jonah Hill, Nick Kroll, Sarah Silverman, and more are confirmed for the roast of James Franco.
- We ranked the greatest late night guests of all time, including Bill Murray, Amy Sedaris, and, of course, Norm Macdonald.
- We talked to Aparna Nancherla about writing for Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Vinny Lopez about his web series Two Jasperjohns, Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer about season two of MTV's Nikki & Sara Live, and Moshe Kasher about his new stand-up album.
- The latest episode of former Daily Show writer Paul Mecurio's podcast, The Paul Mecurio Show, features Stephen Colbert discussing last week's Daft Punk fiasco in depth.
- Adam Scott's third Greatest Event in Television History is set for November 7th, and somebody already guessed what show's opening credits it's recreating.
- The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival announced its 2013 lineup, which includes Kristen Schaal, Jim Gaffigan, and Wyatt Cenac, among others.
- IFC's new sketch show, The Birthday Boys, premieres October 18th and Bob Odenkirk will appear in every episode.
- We defended Jay Leno, unearthed some mid-90's interviews with Louis C.K. and Jon Stewart, and analyzed Aaron Sorkin's Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
- A fictional autobiography of Ron Burgundy comes out November 19th.
- NTSF:SD:SUV::'s June Diane Raphael will play April's doppelganger on Parks and Rec. Raphael also has a show with Casey Wilson on the way for ABC.
- We recommended the week's best podcasts and the week's best Vine videos.