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  • December 26, 2014 7:00 pmThe Comedy Works
  • December 26, 2014 8:00 pmThe N Crowd
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  • December 26, 2014 8:30 pmFigment Theater: Sessions @ Studio C
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Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 31

The New York Times profiled Dave Chappelle’s return to the stage.

Splitsider examines if doing stand-up on late night television still matters.

Comedy Central shared this preview for Inside Amy Schumer.

Friend of WitOut (check out Episode 12 of our podcast) Kevin McDonald will be guest writing for the next two episodes of Saturday Night Live with hosts Melissa McCarthy and Vince Vaughn.

David Cross talked to IFC about Arrested Development, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, and Mr. Show with Bob and David.

There is a new red band trailer for This is the End, the comedy featuring all those guys who have been in all those comedies together over the past few years.

Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno address rumors about The Tonight Show in this musical opening from Late Night.

You can see all the pieces from Gallery 1988’s SNL-themed art show online via Splitsider.

Funny or Die produced this American Psycho parody featuring Huey Lewis and Weird Al.

This site sends strange texts to random numbers and then posts the results.

Conan O’Brien became a Civil War reenactor on a recent episode of Conan.

To bookend this week’s Comedy Around the Web with another piece from the New York Times: check out this interview with Louis CK

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 25

The story of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and their practice of not paying performers has continued to get coverage. This week the New York Times covered the issue with this article in which they talk to comedians Chris Gethard, Matt Besser, and Nick Turner.

Writer/Comedian/Former editor of WitOut Luke Giordano wrote this excellent piece on the tendency he (and other artists) have to compare themselves to their peers and the relationship between success and hard work for his website Everything You Like is Stupid.

The new David Cross comedy It’s a Disaster  has been released as a series of six-second clips via Vine as an experiment in social media marketing. The full film will be released through Video on Demand on March 5.

Anthony Jeselnik’s new Comedy Central show The Jeselnik Offensive, in which he and a panel of comedians joke about current events and pop culture topics, debuted this week. You can watch the first seven minutes of the episode online.

Comedian and Twitter darling Rob Delaney was featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week. First, in a segment called “Old People Read Rob Delaney’s Tweets” and later performing a stand-up set.

Splitsider put together this list of 57 books every comedy fan must read.

Watch New York-based stand-up comedian (and frequent Philly performer) Mark Normand make his late-night television debut on Conan.

If you have a free hour, you can watch Dan Harmon talk about himself and his process in creating Community at CommuniCon.

I won’t lie – I’m a little worried at how much I agree with Bro Bible’s list of “13 Hilarious Movies that Prove Our Review System is Broken”.

Andy Samberg talks on Conan about one of his favorite unaired SNL sketches.