Jimmy Fallon and Sophia Vergara Switch Lips in the Best TV of the Week
Fall TV is finally here and we need no longer rely on late-night talk shows to provide us with the bounty of sharable moments we seek to provide. Not that the summer hasn't been fun, but every workhorse deserves a break now and then, and scripted shows are back to provide relief for Conan and Seth and the Jimmys. John Oliver, however, we'll gladly keep going back to that well for ever . So, in ...
Still Desperately Seeking Susan Sontag
She spent her life provoking people from all corners of life, and if we remember her most for the early essays, and even if her novels and movies were dreck, she was still our last public intellectual.
Key and Peele’s ultimate comedy curriculum, from ‘Who’s on First?’ to ‘Veep’
What are the essential sketches, performers, and shows every comedy nerd should know? EW’s guest editors Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele offer a master class. Warning: Some of the clips ahead contain strong language. 1. Eddie Murphy As Key says, “I don’t know if there’s ever been anybody in history working at a level like he […]
Keenan leaving SNL
Thompson has been a member of “SNL” since 2003, making his debut as a Bill Cosby impersonator. Since then, he has assumed the role of a host of memorable, absurd and sometimes polarizing characters. Take “What Up With That?” for example.
Tina Fey on 'This Is Where I Leave You,' SNL and more
That time, the `70s and early `80s, it was a great age for sitcoms — "Cheers," "The Cosby Show," "Mary Tyler Moore" — and it was a great era for standup. I was just drawn to it right away. I think a lot of it comes from there. Q: You don't do a ...