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A Genuine Original Week in Comedy

- Shit Comedy Websites Say: "We analyzed the Shit X Says meme 50 days later."

- We smiled genuinely at Letterman's most sincere moments with his guests.

- After Hermphen Cainbert did poorly in South Carolina, he decided to reclaim his Super Pac – that is, if Jon Stewart will return it.

- We wondered why SXSW doesn't pay comedians.

A Comedic Week

-We compiled the complete history of SNL's Celebrity Jeopardy, featuring all 14 sketches and info about each one.

-Here's the first trailer for Will Ferrell's Spanish-language comedy, Casa de mi Padre.

-Norm MacDonald returned to TV, to the delight of everybody who likes things that are great.

-We looked at every single remake of classic comedies that Hollywood has in the pipeline. You might want to cover the eyes of your childhood self for this one.

The Week in Comedy

-Maggie Carey's The Hand Job got the best cast ever. -Funny or Die announced their book imprint. -Comedian Mike DeStefano died tragically of a heart attack; we ran one of his final interviews. -Gil Ozeri watched every single episode of Two and a Half Men back to back over two and a half straight days and lived to tell the tale. -Zach Galifianakis' hilarious SNL promos bode well for this weekend's episode. -The NBC comedies you love all have hour-long episodes in the pipeline.

This Week in Humorous Things

-Steve Carell said goodbye to The Office. We looked at all the roles he almost had but didn't end up with for one reason or another.

-We interviewed Norm MacDonald.

-The trailer for the Ghostbusters porn parody arrived, and it's as full as slime as you'd expect.

-Bill Maher accused The Onion of stealing one of his jokes. The only problem? They made it six months before he did.

-We dove deep into the archives of Spy magazine, one of the funniest magazines ever.

This Week in Comedy

-NBC renewed The Office, Community, and Parks and Rec to the delight of comedy nerds everywhere. -We examined some of the roles that Jim Carrey was up for and either didn't get or turned down, including Ferris Bueller, Edward Scissorhands, Captain Jack Sparrow and Dr. Evil. -We saw Paul, and we liked it. -Both Megan Fox and Albert Brooks are signing on to Judd Apatow's Knocked Up spinoff/sequel. When are those two not working together?