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  1. Best Rumor! Sony Reportedly Developing Female-Led 21 Jump Street Spin-off With Broad City Scribes

    MovieByTrey.Biz

    21 Jump Street is about to have a major pube situation.

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  2. Jon Stewart Speaks Up on Trevor Noah: Let Him Earn Your Respect… or Not

    One person's voice was noticeably absent from all the commotion last week over the new Daily Show host's Twitter activity: current Daily Show host/institution, Jon Stewart. The show came back from its break last night, and Stewart finally got the chance to address concern over Trevor Noah.

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  3. The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah Addresses Those Critical of His “Jokes That Didn’t Land”

    That's an interesting way to put it. If anyone was looking for a retraction or an apology, I wouldn't hold my breath.

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  4. [UPDATED] New Daily Show Host Trevor Noah Criticized for Misogynistic, Anti-Semitic, and Fat-Shaming Tweets

    Head, meet Daily Show desk.

    Welp, that was fast: following the announcement yesterday that Trevor Noah would be taking over The Daily Show for Jon Stewart, the South-African comedian quickly became the subject of controversy for his history of tweeting terribly offensive (not to mention un-funny) jokes.

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  5. The Nightly Show Aired A Beautiful Take-Down Of Trolls Who Can’t Stand Diversity In Comics

    Hip-hop artist Jean Grae, comedian Mike Lawrence, Angela: Asgard's Assassin artist Phil Jimenez, and Marvel’s director of content and character development Sana Amanat showed up on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show to talk about the pushback against comics' move toward inclusivity and racial and gender diversity.

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  6. Excellent-Human-Being Weird Al Yankovic Performs Classic “Yoda” With Autistic Children for Charity

    No jokes. This is just really great.

    On Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars autism charity event, Weird Al Yankovic performed his classic "Yoda" song accompanied by fourteen-year-old Jodi DiPiazza, a student at Mannes College of Music who was diagnosed with autism at age 2. DiPiazza previously appeared on the charity show in 2012 with Katy Perry and wrote the song "Heroes of Autism," a song that helped Toys R Us raise over 3 million dollars to help children with autism.

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  7. Parks and Rec Actor, Writer and Executive Producer Harris Wittels Passes Away at 30

    Variety is reporting that Parks and Rec executive producer Harris Wittels was found dead today at his home in L.A. of a possible drug overdose.

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  8. Jessica Williams Won’t Host The Daily Show, But Pledges to “Troll That Ass For Years”

    Long troll the Queen.

    Jessica Williams explained to fans via Twitter earlier today that she doesn't see herself hosting The Daily Show anytime soon.

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  9. Goodnight, Sweet Prince: Watch Jon Stewart Announce His The Daily Show Retirement

    Jon, but not forgotten.

    As the news was breaking online last night that Jon Stewart will be leaving Comedy Central soon after nearly two decades, The Daily Show audience was learning the news first-hand from Stewart himself; and although I'm excited to see what Stewart does next, this clip is a bittersweet reminder of the humor, eloquence, and honesty that I'll miss watching on the regular.

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  10. Everything is Awful, Jon Stewart Exiting The Daily Show

    End of an era.

    First Stephen Colbert, now this?

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  11. Here’s Why You Should Be Watching Broad City Tonight

    Broad City makes me really, very happy. I don't see a lot of me on television or in movies (despite there being a drastic increase in the amount of fantastically explored and fleshed out female characters on television lately). I see plenty of females who can kick some serious ass. I see lawyers and doctor and spies. I see mothers trying to hold their families together, and daughters who are trying to find a sense of self. And that's great! But I rarely ever see me.

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  12. Watch a Bunch of Emotional Nerds Sing “We’ll Meet Again” in Perfect Colbert Report Finale

    Just crying truth tears at my desk now, thank you.

    After nine years of truthiness and patriotic rigor, Stephen Colbert signed off The Colbert Report last night in one of the most flawless TV finales I can ever remember seeing.

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  13. Enter Our Broad City Giveaway To Win A Copy Of The Season One DVD

    Plus other awesome prizes!

    Next thing you know, you're backstage at Barclays with RiRi and BeyBey and then you are just laughin', sippin' on champagne with, like, candelight.

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  14. Now We Have Achieved True Equality: You Can Officially Say “Pussy” on Comedy Central

    Yeah! Feminism!

    And it's all thanks to Inside Amy Schumer! Huzzah!

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  15. Kurt Braunohler’s Roustabout Gets a Trailer and One Final Push for Charity

    Get wet for goats!

    Comedian Kurt Braunohler rode a jet ski from Chicago to New Orleans as a stunt to raise enough money to send 500 goats and 1,000 chickens to Africa. Comedy Central filmed the whole thing for the new webseries Roustabout that premieres this month, but they're only at about half of their fundraising goal.

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  16. You Should Be Following Kurt Braunohler’s #Roustabout Exploits on Instagram

    Get wet for goats!

    Last week, we told you about comedian Kurt Braunohler's plan to ride a jet ski from Chicago to New Orleans to help poor families in Africa. The trip is already underway, and he's been Instagramming it the whole time. You can follow his exploits for yourself, but if you need some convincing here are some of our favorites so far:

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  17. Loki Shoves A Small Child in this Comedy Central Thor: The Dark World Promo [Video]

    He looks pretty dapper while doing it, though. We'll give him that.

    Guys, we're starting to think that Tom Hiddleston really does have a problem where he thinks he's Loki. Seriously, it seems like he'll take literally any opportunity to dress up in the full costume and treat other people with mock-contempt. How much you wanna bet that this commercial spot was his idea? Come on, it totally was.

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  18. South Park Just Missed Their Deadline For The First Time Ever

    On whose authorituh was this allowed to happen?

    Anyone who's seen the documentary Six Days to Air can tell you that South Park's development schedule is notoriously tight; they often deliver episodes at the very last minute to keep them as current as possible. After 17 seasons it finally backfired on them for the first time, and last night's planned episode had to be postponed.

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  19. The Nerdist Himself, Chris Hardwick, is Getting a Late-Night Show on Comedy Central

    Staying up an extra half hour after The Colbert Report is getting a little easier. Comedy Central is adding a nightly show hosted by Chris Hardwick to its late-night lineup. If that's not enough to get your attention, the show is being run by The State alumni and Reno 911! creators Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant, and is being produced by Funny or Die.

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  20. Stop What You’re Doing And Go Follow Mel Brooks On Twitter

    This week Comedy Central is hosting a comedy festival on Twitter. Part of the festival involves an event with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner hosted by Judd Apatow. As I said last week, during this event Apatow was going to try to convince Brooks to join Twitter, and it looks like it worked. So far he's only tweeted obligatory "This is my first tweet" with a link to the live stream of the event, but Brooks is a comedy genius and I'm really looking forward to what he does with his Twitter account.

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