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How Dave Chappelle Feels About Chappelle's Show Years Later
It's been over a decade since Dave Chappelle pulled the plug on his Comedy Central sketch series, and now he's revealed how he feels about Chappelle's Show all these years later.
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Why Netflix Is Spending So Much On Stand-Up Comedy Specials
Netflix is currently pouring a ton of money into its catalog of stand-up comedy specials, and there's a very specific reason for this tactic.
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How To Watch The Daily Show Streaming Now That Hulu Isn't An Option
The Daily Show is no longer adding new episodes to Hulu. Find out why and see where you can watch it streaming from now on.
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The Best And Worst Key And Peele Lines To Have Yelled At You, According To Jordan Peele
Key & Peele star Jordan Peele shared the best and worst show quotes that people yell at him.
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Why It's Hard For South Park To Make Political Jokes Right Now, According To The Creators
One of the reasons the show went a specific route in Season 20 is because it has been hard to make political jokes on the series. Series co-creator Trey Parker recently explained why Season 20 was so difficult to churn out.
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Why Jon Stewart And Stephen Colbert Nearly Quit Comedy Central Back In 2012
Jon Stewart left The Daily Show in 2015 and Stephen Colbert left The Colbert Report in 2014, but it has been revealed both hosts were as close as possible to leaving the network back in 2012.
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South Park Recently Hit An F-Bomb Milestone, Get The Details
Shows that exist on TV for a long time often fall into a rhythm as they get older. But occasionally milestones still happen on long-running shows, and one recently occurred on Comedy Central's long-running series South Park.
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Not Safe With Nikki Glaser Cancelled, No Season 2 At Comedy Central
Not Safe with Nikki Glasser has been officially canceled by Comedy Central. There will be no Season 2 for the sex-themed talk show.
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How South Park Handled Donald Trump Winning The Presidential Election
There is no bigger headline in the United States right now than Donald Trump's election victory, so it was a no-brainer that South Park would have sharp barbs to pepper viewers with. Here's how it went down.
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Workaholics Is Ending On Comedy Central, But It's Not All Bad News
I am sorry to deliver what is perhaps the most loose butthole news of the day/week/month/year. The world will soon have to figure out what it takes to once again live without Workaholics in our lives.
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The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev Just Landed Her Next TV Gig
Nina Dobrev made a name for herself on the small screen thanks to her role as Elena for six seasons on The Vampire Diaries. Now, she's landed a gig on a brand new show that could be a great showcase for her.
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Watch Ronda Rousey Bite Off Someone's Ear On Drunk History
Ronda Rousey recently made an appearance on Drunk History alongside 2 Broke Girls actress Kat Dennis, and the two got into a bit of a rough and tumble for a segment on the show.
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Doug Benson Is Getting His Own Comedy Series, Get The Details
Comedian Doug Benson is getting a brand new comedy series that sounds quite bizarre, and definitely involves weed.
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Flavor Flav Is Mad About The Eric Andre Interview, Says He Wasn't Kicked
So, if you caught Flavor Flav's interview on The Eric Andre Show, you know that it ended with an epic kick right to the giant timepiece wearing rapper's face. Well, Flavor Flav wants you to know the truth about that kick. Namely, that it didn't actually happen.
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How South Park Is Pissing People Off With Its Season 20 Ad Campaign
South Park has been pissing people off for the past two decades, and its Season 20 marketing campaign has been true to form. Here's what happened.
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What Really Happened With South Park And Isaac Hayes, According To His Son
Back in 2006, Isaac Hayes, who played Chef on the long-running comedy series, issued a lengthy statement disapproving of the series and quitting South Park in one fell swoop. Now, 10 years later, Hayes' son Isaac Hayes III has finally explained exactly what happened when "Chef" left the series.
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Whose Fault Was It That Ann Coulter Bombed At Rob Lowe's Roast?
When conservative pundit Ann Coulter took the stage for Rob Lowe's roast, it seemed like she might fire back at everyone who'd barbed her. But things fell more flat than that, and each side is blaming the other for it.
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How South Park Will Handle Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton In Season 20
One wouldn't be considered foolish for thinking South Park's 20th season will continue to use the upcoming election as fodder for some effectively piercing political satire. Here's what the creators say about how they'll tackle the candidates.
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The Peyton Manning Jokes That Were Too Racy For The Roast Of Rob Lowe
The upcoming Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe promises to bring some major laughs at Lowe's expense, but he wasn't the only one being ribbed. Peyton Manning was the butt of a couple of jokes that were too wild to be used.
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3 Vicious Rob Lowe Jokes Leaked From His Upcoming Comedy Central Roast
While much of the Comedy Central roasts revolves around the various panelists making fun of themselves, the focus always ends up eventually on the person of honor. In this case, Mr. Lowe. Much of the jokes at Lowe's expense are due to his somewhat salacious past.
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