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Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 24

Zach Galifianakis’s Between Two Ferns returned with its Oscar Buzz Edition (part one and part two).  Joining Galifianakis in this episode is a star-studded group of Oscar nominees: Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Christoph Waltz, Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Chastain, and Sally Field.

The UCB Theater in New York has announced some changes in their policies towards stand-up comedians in order to try to reach a compromise after the debate about paying performers.

Bill Burr was on Conan this week and shared his hilarious thoughts about Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Lance Armstrong.

Huffington Post Comedy shared Philly’s own Doogie Horner’s Things to Say During Sex flowchart in celebration of Valentine’s Day.

The Laugh Button created this rundown of all the 2013 TV comedy pilots.

Watch Paul F. Tompkins and Maya Rudolph cover Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes.

The 200th episode of the Comedy Bang Bang podcast is available as a video to watch online.

The Chris Gethard Show is on a quest to climb to the top of the iTunes podcast charts.

Chris Gethard is also the subject of this week’s episode of Modern Comedian where he talks about what doing The Chris Gethard Show means to him.

Will Ferrell worked in character as an usher named Ted Vagina at a Laker’s game this week. Why? Apparently just for fun.

Splitsider put together this list of the 82 best comedies currently streaming on Netflix. Go ahead, waste some time!

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 23

Check out this document full of complains to the FCC about Saturday Night Live between 2008 – 2012. Although none of them say “it was better when I was younger” one does flat out complain that the show is “not funny”.

A new Monty Python movie has been announced in which the Pythons will be playing aliens who grant wishes to humans. Robin WIlliams is reported to join the cast as the voice of a talking dog. No kidding.

Splitsider took on the enormous task of creating this guide to New York City’s comedy scene.

Funny or Die produced this 20th anniversary video of The Adventures of Pete & Pete.

IFC just released this short teaser for their new show Maronbased on and starring comedian Marc Maron.

In this interview Dan Harmon talks about his career, and what he would have done with the fourth season of Community if he were still in charge.

The Laugh Button picked their top five funniest Super Bowl commercials.

Not included in their list was this ad for Old Milwaukee starring Will Ferrell. The company only ran the ad in three small markets – but now it’s all over the internet. Great idea!

Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 18

The Comic’s Comic posted this interview with David Letterman and highlights from his Kennedy Center Honors ceremony.

Splitsider reviewed the past year in comedy movies, comedy podcasts, television comedy, web videos, and comedy books.

Huffington Post Comedy named their funniest people of 2012.

Sara Schaefer has some advice for comedy writers looking to submit to a late night show.

In the book “Make ‘Em Laugh” some of today’s most famous comedians reminisce about their beginnings at The Comic Strip.

Mandatory.com counted down the 100 Funniest Tweets of the Year.

Splitsider broke down the current season of Saturday Night Live with their midseason report.

The Comedy Bureau listed their 100 best things in comedy in 2012.

Al Martin, owner of the Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club and Greenwich Village Comedy Club, discusses how he knows when a comedian is ready to “make it” in the comedy business.

Bill Burr gives a hilarious tour of The Rose Bowl and Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

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.