This week Chris Pratt takes to the late night circuit to promote Guardians of the Galaxy, which opens on Friday — he'll be appearing on both The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Comedians Josh Wolf and Ron Funches, who frequent the Round Table on Chelsea Lately, will also be on late night this week. Other comedians to watch this week on late night include Scott Aukerman, Mike Birbiglia, Michelle Wolf, Aubrey Plaza, Paula Pell, Dana Carvey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Martin Lawrence.
Check out the week’s full comedy listings below:
Comedian T.J. Miller guest hosted E!'s Chelsea Lately Tuesday night, and here's a clip of his opening segment, which involves him donning drag for a Chelsea Handler impression and to hock her new book, Uganda Be Kidding Me. Check out Miller interviewing Wiz Khalifa below:
Jen Kirkman is working on a new show for FX. The LA-based standup and Chelsea Lately regular has sold the network a script for a new comedy called Jen that she will potentially create and star in, Deadline reports. Jen follows a recently-divorced woman in her mid-30s who once did everything she was expected to but is now doing whatever she wants. Right now, Kirkman only has a script deal with FX, meaning that the network has yet to greenlight a pilot or a series. Kirkman is executive producing the project alongside Chelsea Handler. Kirkman is a regular on Paul F. Tompkins's podcast (The Pod F. Tompkast) and the [...]
Man, he really gives it to those chicks. (Though you can tell he doesn't feel comfortable eating the chicken nugget.) Those chicks probably won't walk straight for weeks because they're babies and are all wobbly and generally walk circuitously. Despite his success with chicks, in the clip below, Chelsea Handler isn't buying his ability with the chicks, like human lady chicks.
In their recent comedy issue, Backstage looked at the oft unappreciated role of the warm-up comedian. Comedians like Brody Stevens and Jimmy Pardo discuss warming-up shows like Conan and Chelsea Lately. It's a good warm-up read, if you're planning on reading a longer piece about talk shows.