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Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 34

The internet went crazy when a crazy letter from a Sorority President to the rest of her chapter went viral – then to make it better, Michael Shannon did a dramatic reading of the letter for Funny or Die.

Comedians Megan Koester and Andy Kindler teamed up to write this How Not to be a Stand-Up Comedian article for Vice.

Ben Stiller unveiled 12 minutes of his new movie The Secret Live of Walter Mitty and the early word is in: it might be pretty good.

Watch James Adomian star as Marc Maron in IFC’s web series Maron in Space.

Laughspin recapped Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four).

Netflix released nine character posters to promote the new season of Arrested Development. You can see them all on Splitsider.

Watch SNL’s Kate McKinnon as Ellen DeGeneres with Ellen DeGeneres on Ellen.

Comedian J-L Cauvin released this video in which he does an impression of Louis CK telling “the classics” and satirizes the praise Louis gets from seemingly everyone.

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 32

Louis CK did an AMA on Reddit today to promote the release of his new stand-up special Oh My God.

Bill Cosby was once again a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and once again, he was hilarious.

Cable channel IFC announced they have a slew of comedy projects in development, including shows from Chris Gethard and Garfunkel & Oates.

Seth Rogen becomes the worst person in the world in this new video from Funny or Die.

Splitsider collected all nine promotional posters for the new season of Arrested Development.

The latest episode of Paul F. Tompkins’ web series Speakeasy features the comedian interviewing Rob Delaney.

Comedy Central has released two new sketches (One, Two) from the upcoming Inside Amy Schumer.

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 19

Last week Bill Cosby visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and had some fun with The Roots. (Part One, Part Two)

Watch Rachel Dratch as Jenna (DeCarlo, not Maroney) in some clips from the original unaired pilot for 30 Rock.

The AV Club breaks down why heckling is still terrible after The Chicago Tribute ran this article defending it.

Watch Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling Interrupt Jimmy Kimmel Live to Host Their QVC Show Knife Guys.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler talked to The Hollywood Reporter about co-hosting The Golden Globes.

Funny-or-Die plans to expand to the big screen, with a goal of producing two to three low-budget movies per year.

In an interview with USA Today, Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz explains the new season, which will run between 13 or 14 episodes and will be released all at once, has been tailored especially for its new home—Netflix.

Laughspin revealed their 2012 Reader’s Choice Comedy Awards.

Frequent Philly performers The Lucas Brothers will front a series (tentatively titled Vacation Boy$) for Fox’s new Animation Domination High-Definition (FOX ADHD).

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 15

Vanity Fair published this oral history of Freaks and Geeks.

Laughspin named their ten best comedy albums of 2012.

Gawker has the entire 66-page proposal that scored Lena Dunham a $3.7 million book deal.

The 2013 Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, Oregon is now accepting submissions.

ABC is developing a cop comedy starring Hannibal Buress.

Breaking Bad released this Season 4 blooper reel.

Check out this Bill Murray character matrix created by Vulture.

Read Louis CK’s answers to a Proust Questionnaire from Vanity Fair.

This wonderful headline says that They Made too Much Arrested Development. Too much? No such thing, right?

Splitsider profiled Eugene Mirman on cutting his own path in comedy.

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 6

Tig Notaro released her special, Tig Notaro: Live via LouisCK.net. The set, recorded at Largo in Los Angeles, covers the very personal material of Noraro’s recent breast cancer diagnosis (and, as you’ve probably heard already, is amazing). You can purchase the special for $5 online.

Comedian Rob Riggle released this video offering his special services as part of the lead-up  to Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars.

Amy Poehler revealed the six bizarre habits of her Parks and Recreation co-star Adam Scott.

Heres the story of how SNL won a bid to have the one and only Big Bird as a guest on last week’s show.

Splitsider shared everything there is to know about the new season of Arrested Development.

Comedians Bill Burr, Joe DeRosa, and Robert Kelly released their book CHEAT: A Man’s Guide to Infidelity this week sharing the wisdom, advice, and humor they picked up through their romantic indiscrecions. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.

GQ posted this oral history of Cheers for the 30th anniversary of the show’s debut.

Fans of FX’s Louie (and who isn’t) will have to wait until the Spring of 2014 for Season 4.

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 5

Splitsider and Billy Merritt illustrated the Six Different Types of Improv Students.

Comedy Central revamped their Jokes.com page, where you can watch classic clips and highlights from the latest stand-up specials and series, read about stand-up, tweet about stand-up, live, breathe, dream stand-up.

Creative fans have the chance to win a walk-on role in the new season of Arrested Development.

They gave away some Emmy Awards for comedy at the Emmy Awards.

Bill Burr talked to Splitsider about his new special, his alt-room statements, false outrage, and more.

Here’s an anthology of animated GIFs from South Park. Why not?

Chris Parnell and Deon Cole reveal the iPhone 5’s secret sexy feature on Conan. Chris Parnell makes everything better.