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.
In this article for Slate Tanner Colby talks about the differences between his reporting and writing for Belushi: A Biography and Bob Woodward’s Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi.
To promote a new indie comedy he’s starring in called Somebody Up There Likes Me, Nick Offerman made this video with Adam Scott, Megan Mullally, Amy Poehler, Alison Brie, and Stephanie Hunt.
Jimmy Fallon answered questions for this week’s edition of “Ask a Grown Man” from Rookie, the online magazine for teenage girls.
Fallon also had some help from Steve Carell and Justin Timberlake for the latest in his series “Real People, Fake Arms”.
Comedian J-L Cauvin wrote this piece on all of the things new comics “should” do.
Watch Jerry Seinfeld do five new minutes of stand-up on The Tonight Show.
Laughspin has been covering the comedy at SXSW (Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four).
The trailer for Louie CK’s new HBO special, Oh My God, is now available to watch online.
Doogie Horner sent some “anonymous tips” to Philebrity.
The internet is an amazing place; one that can show us what the credits for shows like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones would look like if they were produced in the mid 1990′s.