It's probably a thankless job working a sperm bank since no matter how professional you keep things and no matter how numb your are to creeps and no matter how much paperwork you file and no matter how much pornography you offer, you'll still run into awkward situations. It's like a ruder version of working at the DMV where the people who work at the DMV are your customers.
The rest of this week's comedy videos, including Robin Thicke's Talk Show, hiring Boardwalk Empire's Richard Harrow for murder can be found over on Splitsider.
- Sarah Silverman wrote a touching obituary for her dog, Duck.
- Andy Samberg did an amazing job at Comedy Central’s Roast of James Franco. We asked a bunch of comedians and actors if they wanted to be roasted.
- We interviewed W. Kamau Bell, Glenn Howerton, and Paul Scheer about Totally Biased, It's Always Sunny, and The League, which all premiered on new cable channel FXX this week.
- Futurama ended its run after 140 episodes, 14 years, seven seasons, and two networks.
- Seth Rogen and Jason Mantzoukas are getting an episode of The League centered on Dirty Randy and Rafi.
- We looked at what's new this season with Splitsider’s Fall Movie Preview and Splitsider’s Fall TV Preview.
- Dave Chappelle defended his choice to leave the stage in Hartford, saying, "That crowd was evil," and his shows since this incident have been going great.
- Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show after a three month hiatus while he was busy directing his first movie.
- We looked at the worst, most amoral things the gang has ever done on It's Always Sunny in honor of the show's return.
- Standup Michael Che joined the writing staff of Saturday Night Live.
- Chris Lilley is bringing one back his popular characters for a mysterious TV project.
- We looked back at a Paley Center conversation between the writers and cast of Chris Elliott's Get a Life.
- David Cross quietly directed his first movie.
- We recommended the week’s best Vine videos, best podcasts, and the Twitter feed of @Pete_Schulz.