-Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman, and The Colbert Report won Emmys while Amy Poehler was snubbed for the 11th time.
-We had an inside look at the return of Superego with Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter, Mark McConville, and Paul F. Tompkins.
-We discussed whether or not Modern Family really is the best-directed comedy on TV.
-Janet Varney shared what she’s learned from interviewing women in entertainment on her Nerdist podcast The JV Club and why you should keep your childlike enthusiasm.
-We dug up the many one-season sitcoms and news parodies of Comedy Central.
-Saturday Night’s Children featured Alan Zweibel, writer of famous SNL characters like Belushi's Samurai and Gilda Radner's Weekend Update regulars Emily Litella and Roseanne Roseannadanna.
-Scottish comic Daniel Sloss talked about the art of telling critics to piss off.
-Our exclusive Second City Archives video this week had Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert singing the Obvious Song together in 1993.
-This Week in Web Videos highlighted Lily Du and David Craig’s Fruiting 101.
-We had an interview with Alex Edelman, the 25-year-old comic from New York who won the Best Newcomer Award at Edinburgh Fringe.
-Our comedy podcast team picked the exceptional and noteworthy podcasts of the week and Natasha Lyonne was picked for How Was Your Week along with many others.
-The Richard Pryor biopic will star Mike Epps.
-Netflix renewed BoJack Horseman days after its premiere.
-Chelsea Handler said goodbye on her Chelsea Lately finale.
-We had the clip of Vanessa Bayer’s public meltdown while interviewing Sara Bareilles on Above Average’s new episode Sound Advice.
-Ask a Grown Woman, a web series by Rookie, had serious advice from SNL cast member Sasheer Zamata.
-FX ordered Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K.’s show Baskets to series.
-Jimmy Kimmel had Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow acting out Friends fan fiction.
-Weezer’s front man Rivers Cuomo is having a comedy developed by Fox about his life.
-UCB alum Alison Rich was hired as a writer for SNL's 40th season.
-Amazon released pilots up for consideration on Amazon Instant Video that include comedies by Whit Stillman, Jay Chandrasekhar, and Steven Soderberg.
-We had the trailer for Rosewater — Jon Stewart’s directorial debut film.
-If you didn't get enough Simpsons during the FXX marathon, don’t worry: FXX will keep running episodes nearly non-stop after the marathon.
And here are your top five web videos of the week:
WOMEN – Driving
The Onion – GOP Maintains Solid Hold On Youth That Already Look Like Old Men
Pocketwatch – Stalked by an Ad
Funny or Die – Cop vs. Black Guy
Above Average – Tim's Cousin Was on the News