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Jay Pharoah Plays the County Clerk in the Latest Episode of 'Notary Publix'

Here's the newest installment of Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne's Above Average series Notary Publix featuring special guest Jay Pharoah, who plays the County Clerk sent to thwart the ladies' plans to unionize. As usual, Gina and Teresa's rival Erin Oatmeal is up to no good.

Vanessa Bayer Gets Super Canadian with Chromeo on 'Sound Advice'

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brightcove.createExperiences();Here's the latest installment of Vanessa Bayer's web series Sound Advice featuring "funky-romantic" Canadian duo Chromeo. The guys are very encouraging when it comes to Bayer's attempts at speaking French, but when she tries to speak fluent Canadian, they're not aboot to take that kind of abuse.

Tom Papa Micromanages the Latest Episode of 'Cop Show'

Here's the newest episode of Colin Quinn's Cop Show featuring special guest Tom Papa, who seems more interested in sabotaging the production than focusing on his role. Sorry Mr. Hollywood, but in New York, micromanaging control freaks aren't welcomed with open arms.

Colin Quinn and Michael Che Fight Over Coffee Metaphors on 'Cop Show'

Here's the latest episode of Colin Quinn's web series Cop Show featuring special guest Michael Che, who plays a rookie cop named Picasso and gets into an argument with Quinn about solving racial problems in America through the classic coffee/cream metaphor. Thanks to the Cop Show interns, there are also a few very on the nose references to Quinn and Che's connection as Weekend Update anchors too.

Paul F. Tompkins and Randall Park Talk 'The Interview,' 'Fresh Off the Boat,' and East/West Coast Rap

Here's the latest episode of Speakeasy with host Paul F. Tompkins, who sits down with Fresh Off the Boat's Randall Park to sip on some Moscow mules and chat about his life, from his post-college "joke rap" band to when he was a Starbucks barista and Wild 'N Out cast member at the same time to playing Kim Jong-un in The Interview to his new TV role on Fresh Off the Boat. Tompkins also gets an exclusive scoop: Park will never, ever play Kim Jong-un again.

Sasheer Zamata and Nicole Byer Turn into Garbage Monsters in 'Pursuit of Sexiness'

Here's the latest episode of Sasheer Zamata and Nicole Byer's Above Average web series Pursuit of Sexiness, which sheds some light on Zamata and Byer's extremely different financial situations. It turns out that Byer doesn't just have a habit of borrowing friends' money — she also borrows creative terms like "garbage monster." Check out more episodes here.

Paul F. Tompkins and Andy Daly Talk 'Review,' Podcasting, and More on 'Speakeasy'

Here's a brand new installment of Speakeasy featuring Paul F. Tompkins's IRL friend Andy Daly, who talks with Tompkins all about his Comedy Central series Review, juggling his career and family (he thankfully hasn't missed any of his kids' birthdays yet), his love for VH1's Behind the Music, and the "chilling darkness" of his many characters from The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project, which he confirms is returning for a second season soon.

Watch Paul F. Tompkins and Cameron Esposito Talk Standup, Improv, and More on 'Speakeasy'

Here's the latest episode of Paul F. Tompkins' web series Speakeasy featuring special guest Cameron Esposito, who sits down with Tompkins for a lengthy chat about improv versus standup, her time as a circus ringmaster, coming out of the closet, performing on television for the first time on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and a whole bunch of other fun stuff. And ladies, please stop grabbing Esposito's butt at shows. She's an engaged woman, and the harassment has to stop.

Nick DiPaolo Guest Stars on the Latest Episode of Colin Quinn's 'Cop Show'

Here's the latest episode of Colin Quinn's fantastic new web series Cop Show, which features special guest Nick DiPaolo and a retired NYPD detective hired to work as a consultant on the show. Will Quinn and DiPaolo get through all the super accurate police jargon?

Amy Schumer Plays a Hipster Drug Ring Leader in Colin Quinn's 'Cop Show'

Colin Quinn's fantastic new web series Cop Show premiered last week, and the second episode featuring special guest Amy Schumer was released this afternoon. Schumer plays herself, who is in turn playing the leader of a "female hipster drug gang," albeit a little reluctantly. Hopefully Quinn appreciates the favor.

Beck Bennett Seduces Kate McKinnon in the Latest Episode of 'Notary Publix'

Here's the latest episode of Kate McKinnon and her sister Emily Lynne's Above Average web series Notary Publix featuring Beck Bennett, who plays a handsome notary sent to seduce Gina with some not very romantic motives. As usual, the episode includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look with master actors Ashlaheigh Braun-Samuels and Kulie Bishop.

Watch Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne's New Web Series 'Notary Publix'

Sisters Kate McKinnon and Emily Lynne are the creators and stars of the newest Above Average web series Notary Publix, and the first of the series' six episodes premiered today. Starring the sisters as notaries Gina and Theresa Fra Diavolo, the premiere features Aidy Bryant as their bitter rival Erin Oatmeal as well as a special behind-the-scenes look with Ashlaheigh Braun-Samuels and Kulie Bishop. McKinnon's SNL buddies Beck Bennett, Jay Pharoah, and Paula Pell are all slated to make appearances in the coming weeks.

Jim Norton Plays a Rat in the Latest Episode of 'Cop Show'

Here's the newest installment of Colin Quinn's web series Cop Show featuring special guest Jim Norton, who plays a rat under interrogation by Quinn and his crew. The interns/writers behind Cop Show are clearly still relying on obvious metaphors to get their point across, but at least the metaphors Michael Che had to deal with were a little less insulting.

Jim Gaffigan Plays a Congolese Warlord in the Latest Episode of Colin Quinn's 'Cop Show'

Here's the latest episode of Colin Quinn's web series Cop Show with special guest Jim Gaffigan, who is about as reluctant to perform his Cop Show role as a Congolese drug warlord (tasked with a bunch of product integration, no less) as hipster drug ring leader Amy Schumer was last week.