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- The Simpsons marathon kicked off this week on FXX and we had the full schedule.
- We looked at why The Richard Pryor Special deserves a prominent placement in Pryor's repertoire of greatness.
- The iconic voice of SNL Don Pardo died at 96.
- Alex Honnet and Caitlin Stephan, owners of the Upstairs Gallery in Chicago, shared about its closing and the upcoming independent comedy festival A Jangleheart Circus.
- Co-creator and executive producer of @midnight Alex Blagg explained why Key and Peele's sketch "Insult Comic" is genius.
- Our Second City archive footage featured Adam McKay and Scott Adsit in their 1995 show Piñata Full of Bees.
- We broke down what happens when The Simpsons becomes dad humor.
- Dana Carvey and Nathan Lane's awful sitcom was unearthed from the Paley Library and we dissected it for you to quietly laugh at.
- We had the list of Primetime Creative Arts Emmys winners.
- Jerrod Carmichael's HBO special Love at the Store premieres on October 4th.
- Amy Schumer's Ice Bucket Challenge video was disgustingly perfect.
- Fox passed on Tina Fey's pilot Cabot College.
- Trailer Park Boys' new season premieres on Netflix September 5th.
- We had David Letterman's ten-minute dedication to Robin Williams on The Late Show.
- We had the video of Vanessa Bayer playing a tacky talk show host in Haim's new music video.
- This Emmy promotional video was written and directed by sketch duo Paulilu and stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
- An astronaut comedy is in the works at ABC based off Chris Hadfield's memoir.
- The Awesomes got a third season on Hulu.
- We interviewed Kemp Baldwin about his digital comedy Don't Walk.
- This Week in Comedy Podcasts featured Jermaine Fowler from You Made It Weird, amongst others.
- We had excerpts from the updated Live from New York book that due out September 9th.
- NBC canceled Working the Engels.
- Season 2 of Adam Devine's House Party will feature Aparna Nancherla, Kurt Braunohler, and Kristen Schaal.
- NBC released a gag real of Parks and Recreation's sixth season.
- Lorne Michaels is producing a movie starring Taran Killam, Rachael Harris, David Wain, and Bobby Moynihan.