Comedy Around the Web, Vol. 29

More news about Jimmy Fallon's future as host of The Tonight Show surfaced this week, with the rumor that production will move to New York when Fallon takes over in 2014.

This article from Wired explores how Netflix isn't just bringing back Arrested Development, but is revolutionizing television.

Here is a list of 13 stand-up routines about real-life celebrity encounters from the AV Club.

Here is a list of seven things we learned from Tina Fey's appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio.

Watch comedian Mike Birbiglia tell the story of the worst he ever bombed.

A panel of comedians at SXSW explore "crossing the line" and why comedians don't care if they offend people.

Watch all of Bill Cosby's 13-minute guest appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman from earlier this week.

Check out this compilation of scenes from movies that break the fourth wall.

The AV Club posted this beginners guide to comedy legend Harold Ramis.


The ManiPedi WitOut Awards Drinking Game

Not sure when/how to drink your drinks at this Sunday's WitOut Awards?  ManiPedi has you covered—check their blog for the full ManiPedi WitOut Awards Drinking Game (possibly inspired by the drinking game Amy Poehler and Tina Fey came up with for the Golden Globes?)

Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Take a drink every time Aaron Hertzog says “Friendship”; finish your drink if he starts a chant.
  • Every time Grimacchio does a musical number, chug your drink for the entire duration of the number.
  • Take a drink every time someone mentions people moving to New York and LA.

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).