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Nick Kroll Runs Through His Favorite 'Kroll Show' Characters on 'Conan'

Here's a clip from Nick Kroll's visit to last night's Conan, where he runs through some of his favorite characters from Kroll Show and O'Brien accurately notes that Kroll does many characters where "you just wanna punch their face." Watch Kroll share his one and only celebrity impression below:

Adam Scott, Jenny Slate, and Nick Kroll Are Starring in a Movie Together

Adam Scott, Jenny Slate, and Nick Kroll are set to be your new favorite love triangle. Deadline reports that the trio have signed on to star in My Blind Brother, an upcoming film by Sophie Goodhart based on her 2003 short film of the same name. Scott will play "a handsome man who gets all the women and is the perfect athlete–even though he’s blind," Kroll will play "his less handsome brother, whose role in life is to serve as his brother’s eyes," and Slate will play a young woman who both brothers fall for. Production on the film starts in Ohio this May, and The Bounty Hunter's [...]

Nick Kroll, Seth Morris, and Jon Daly Make Some Groundhog Day Predictions

@midnight celebrated Groundhog Day yesterday when host Chris Hardwick led a game of "Knob Gobblers," in which guests Nick Kroll, Seth Morris, and Jon Daly shared some alternative Punxsutawney Phil predictions. The game gets sidetracked near the end when the contestants' groundhogs suddenly become a bit naughty onstage.

Watch Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland Say Goodbye to New York

Here's a clip from last night's episode of Kroll Show featuring Kroll and John Mulaney as aging New Yorkers Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, who decide to leave New York City and take their prank show on the road after getting evicted from their shared apartment. "The power went out a few years ago, and people didn't even steal VCRs and kill each other … so screw off, New York!"

Nick Kroll Looks Back on Visiting the Ed Hardy Headquarters with Jon Daly

During his visit to last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Nick Kroll explained the origins of his "Ed Hardy Boyz" characters with Jon Daly, which once scored Kroll and Daly an exclusive visit to ride golf cart Hummers around the Ed Hardy compound and meet the clothing line's owner. Watch Kroll talk more about his decision to end Kroll Show after the upcoming season below:

Key and Peele, Nick Kroll, Adam DeVine, and More Share Their Least Favorite Comedy Clichés

HitFix recently got the opportunity to interview a bunch of Comedy Central stars, and they posed an interesting question to all of them: "Which comedy clichés bother you most?" The responses are equally varied and hilarious — who knew Nick Kroll had such a low tolerance for pretty much everything?

Farley Gets Her Own Makeover Show on Tomorrow Night's 'Kroll Show'

Here's a sneak peek of tomorrow's brand new episode of Kroll Show, in which Farley (Chelsea Peretti) finally gets her moment in the spotlight when she lands her very own fashion makeover show Look Like Dis. Her first fashion-challenged guest is attorney Ruth Diamond Phillips (Jenny Slate), who seems extremely eager to get Look Like Dis'd by the best. Catch the full episode tomorrow night at 10:30pm.

Jenny Slate Returns as Niece Denise in Tomorrow Night's 'Kroll Show'

Here's a sneak peek of this week's Kroll Show, which includes the return of everyone's favorite awkward little girl Niece Denise as she turns to Nash Rickey for some help with a birthday party bully. The full episode airs tomorrow night at 10:30pm.

Nick Kroll on Pushing Characters to Their Limits and the End of 'Kroll Show'

Last month, Nick Kroll revealed in an interview with Vulture that he's decided to end his hit Comedy Central series Kroll Show after its upcoming third season. Since premiering in 2013, Kroll Show has consistently proven itself to be one of Comedy Central's top sketch shows, standing alongside the likes of Key and Peele and Inside Amy Schumer with a solid supporting cast including Jon Daly, Jenny Slate, Chelsea Peretti, John Mulaney, and more. Ahead of tomorrow night's season premiere, I recently talked with Kroll about why he decided to end Kroll Show, how his series has evolved, and what we can expect from the final season and [...]

Here's a Gigolo-Filled Sneak Peek of 'Kroll Show's Final Season

The third and final season of Kroll Show premieres next week, but in the meantime Comedy Central released the above sneak peek featuring Kroll as Bobby Bottleservice in a special edition of Gigolo House called Gigolo Horse with a special guest judge that Bobby's not exactly happy to see. Speaking to Complex, Kroll expanded on his decision to end Kroll Show after this season:

It’s the most fun thing I’ve ever done but it also took up a lot of my time but also my brain space. So creatively, if you speak to most creative people, they’ll tell you, you have to put some things to bed [...]

Check Out the First Trailer for 'Adult Beginners' Starring Nick Kroll, Rose Byrne, and Bobby Cannavale

Nick Kroll is hitting the big screen in an upcoming film called Adult Beginners, and the first trailer was released this week. Based on a story by Kroll, the film hits theaters April 24th, costars Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale, and features plenty of funny people like Bobby Moynihan, Joel McHale, Jane Krakowski, and Jason Mantzoukas.

Check Out 'Kroll Show's 'Cheers' Parody Starring Larry Bird

Here's a great clip from last night's Kroll Show, which saw the return of Kroll's Larry Bird impression in a bizarre and hilarious Cheers parody called Chairs. I'm not sure what I like more — Seth Rogen as Bird's stoner teammate Bill Walton or the heartwarming, introvert-friendly Chairs theme song.

Nick Kroll Looks Back on Some 'Kroll Show' Fan Encounters on 'Late Night'

Nick Kroll was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he chatted with Seth Meyers about his decision to end Kroll Show, what his post-Kroll Show plans are, and what it's like to meet the real Bobby Bottleservices around the country who are fans of his show.

Nick Kroll and Reggie Watts Freestyle About Beats, Ambien, and Elmo

Here's the latest installment of Reggie Makes Music with special guest Nick Kroll disguised as his craft services character Fabrice Fabrice. It turns out that Kroll has some Amy Poehler-level freestyle skills, and he covers everything from putting beats to sleep (metaphorically) to killing Elmo (literally). Watch a preview from Kroll's appearance on tomorrow night's Comedy Bang! Bang! below: