Watch Seth Rogen and Zac Efron Vibe It Out with the 'Workaholics' Guys

Here's a new clip from Workaholics, in which Seth Rogen and Zac Efron interview to become the guys' new cubicle neighbor (to promote their movie Neighbors because synergy). Rogen gets a little annoyed after Efron spends the whole interview sucking up, and unsurprisingly the winner gets chosen solely for their finest masculine physical attribute.

What's on TV This Week: 'Community' and 'Rick and Morty's Season Finales

It's a week full of season finales as network and cable shows alike are wrapping up for a little while. Both of Dan Harmon's TV shows, Rick and Morty and Community, are airing season finales this week, with Chris Elliott guest starring on the Community finale, the second half of a two-parter. Workaholics, Mom, and The Crazy Ones are also wrapping up their seasons.

Jim Rash's Sundance interview series The Writers' Room returns for its second season, and FX's dark comedy-drama Fargo will air its 90-minute premiere. The show features comedy people like Bob Odenkirk, Martin Freeman, Glenn Howerton, and Key & Peele.

Things are looking pretty slow in the [...]

'Late Night' Writer Amber Ruffin: Key and Peele Are "Destroying Black Stereotype Character Humor"

"Key and Peele have done more for black America than anyone would be willing to give them credit for. They forced the people who see black people as less than to see them as equal. … They are destroying black stereotype character humor."

- Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Amber Ruffin in a new interview with WNYC on race and comedy.

Watch Billy Eichner's Genius New Game "She Clucks or She Sucks?"

Here's a clip from last night's new Billy on the Street featuring Eichner quizzing an NYU math student through the game "She Clucks or She Sucks?" in which he has to guess which names are women who are terrible and which are a famous female chicken. Hopefully Eichner's hard work helps spread awareness against Daisy Duck ignorance everywhere.

Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker Promoted to Regulars for Season 2 of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

Fox's Andy Samberg-led sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine wrapped up its first season last week, and the show is expanding its cast for season two. Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker, who play veteran detectives Scully and Hitchcock respectively, have been promoted to series regulars for the second season, Deadline reports. The two actors had recurring roles in the first season, both appearing in every episode but they weren't officially credited with the rest of the regular cast. Winner of two Golden Globes already in its short time on the air, Brooklyn Nine-Nine received an early second season renewal last month.

Watch Billy Eichner Lead Joel McHale Through the Mo'Lympics

Here's a clip from last night's Billy on the Street, where Eichner leads guest Joel McHale through a series of physical challenges related to the illustrious career of Oscar-winning actress and talk show host Mo'Nique. Things take a sour turn when McHale says he's a fan of Jake Gyllenhaal, which prompts Eichner to scream at him for the last two minutes of the clip.

Billy Crystal Is Reviving His 'SNL' Characters on FX Show 'The Comedians'

If you've been clamoring for an encore performance of Billy Crystal's SNL characters from the mid-'80s, your dreams are about to come true. FX's upcoming Billy Crystal/Josh Gad show The Comedians — which follows a veteran comedian (Crystal) working on a late night talk show with an edgy young comedian (Gad) — is set to premiere in summer 2015, and according to Page Six, Crystal is bringing some of his SNL work with him to the new show.

"I grew up watching SNL religiously, so seeing [Crystal] re-create some of his characters on this show and doing some of that stuff is a dream come true," [...]

Watch a Sexy New 'Billy on the Street' Game with Paul Rudd

If you'd like to watch Paul Rudd get sexually objectified on the streets of New York, look no further than this sneak peek of tomorrow's new episode of Billy on the Street episode called "Would You Have Sex with Paul Rudd?" It turns out a lot of people would have sex with Rudd whether or not a dollar prize is involved, though that isn't exactly surprising.

Pamela Adlon Looks Back on Louis C.K.'s TV Marriage Proposal

"I remember Louie called me from a comedy club in Peoria, Illinois, and he said, 'Please don’t do that other show. You have to play my wife on television. I need you to. This has to happen.' Even though I was married at the time, I remember hanging up the phone, thinking, 'Okay, I think I was just proposed to.'"

- Pamela Adlon on being cast as Louis C.K.'s wife on Lucky Louie in the newest installment of A.V. Club's series Random Roles.

Comedy Central Launches App Offering Full Seasons of 'Chappelle's Show', 'Broad City', and Tons More

Comedy Central announced today that they've launched a new app offering up access to hundreds of episodes of hit shows and standup. The app, free for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, will offer the most recent season of South Park as well as next-day full episodes of The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and @midnight to all users for free, plus preview episodes of upcoming shows TripTank and Comedy Underground with Dave Attell.

Users who sign in with their cable or satellite provider will get access to nearly 200 episodes of hit Comedy Central shows, including full seasons of Broad City, Workaholics, Kroll Show, Futurama, Review, Trip Tank, [...]

Billy Eichner Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of 'Passion of the Christ' in a Bunny Costume

For this week's pre-Easter episode of Billy on the Street, Eichner gives the film The Passion of the Christ the proper 10-year anniversary celebration it deserves — all it takes is a fluffy pink bunny suit, a basket full of eggs, a lot of screaming at New Yorkers, and a deep love for the 2004 Mel Gibson masterpiece.

Watch Amy Schumer Play a Depressingly Accurate Video Game

In case you missed it, here's a fantastic clip from Inside Amy Schumer where Amy tries to play a Call of Duty-type game but learns some very real-life lessons after she chooses to play using the game's female avatar.

What's on TV This Week: Dave Attell Returns to Comedy Central

After a huge week of premieres and finales, this week is a little calmer. Dave Attell, who hosted the late night program Insomniac on Comedy Central from 2001 to 2004, is returning to the network in a big way this week. His new hour special debuts on Comedy Central Saturday at midnight, followed by the season premiere of Comedy Underground with Dave Attell, a new standup showcase series he's hosting that airs at 1am. Comedy Underground will have an eight-episode run and will feature standups like Amy Schumer, Judah Friedlander, Nikki Glaser, Lil Rel Howery, Ali Wong, and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.

Elsewhere in TV this week, Californication and [...]

HBO Developing Jay Roach/Kristin Gore Comedy Series 'Women in Space'

Two months after ordering Jay Roach's Jack Black/Tim Robbins comedy pilot The Brink to series, Deadline reports that Roach has also teamed up with Al Gore's daughter Kristin to develop a half-hour HBO comedy series called Women in Space. Penned by Gore — who has also written for The Harvard Lampoon, SNL, and Futurama Women in Space follows "a group of women exploring the final frontier on a mission to colonize another planet." While casting has not yet been announced, Gore and Roach will both serve as executive producers for the pilot.