This Week in Comedy: North Korea Declares War on Comedy
In case you missed it, here’s all the big comedy stuff that happened this week:
-North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un declares Seth Rogen and James Franco’s new comedy, The Interview, an ‘Act of War’. Then they launched three missiles.
-Funny or Die releases the lineup for their second ever Oddball Tour — and it’s amazing.
-We take a look at Jason Sudeikis’s long and versatile career on Saturday Night Live.
-Even stranger than the Kim Jong-un/Seth Rogen standoff, here comes David Hasselhoff’s very own Curb Your Enthusiasm.
-Comedy Central’s digital wing released their first full-length film, Jason Nash Is Married. We talked with Jason Nash about the process.
-We talk to Ron Funches about his ‘adorable’ image, Fortune Feimster on her break into stand-up comedy, Carmen Lynch about her unique career path, and long-time Letterman writer Bill Scheft on the Late Show, writing novels vs. writing jokes, and Stephen Colbert.
-Mike Sacks’s Poking a Dead Frog was released this week, and it’s full of amazing comedy interviews.
-In preparation for Season Two of Nathan For You, Nathan Fielder has started posting pictures to Instagram. And they all contain the same hidden pornographic image.
-New York indie comedy darling Chris Gethard plans to screen his Comedy Central pilot only for winners of a Game of Thrones-style tournament.
And here are your Top Five Web Videos of the Week:
Why Infinite Jest Will Kill Your Book Club
Night Night with Ron Funches: Ep 1
Should You Post a Selfie?
UCB Between the Scenes: The Avengers