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Paul F. Tompkins

  1. Get a Look Inside Community From Dan Harmon on Paul F. Tompkins’ Speakeasy

    Just a full 1/2 hour of Dan Harmon talking about things. NBD.

    Until Community comes back on Yahoo Screen, this episode of Speakeasy is the best way to get a half hour of what's inside showrunner Dan Harmon's head. Now that the show has moved elsewhere, he can talk a little more candidly about what went on behind the scenes of Community, so get ready for some honesty and humor.

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  2. Paul F. Tompkins Fought a Troll Over the Bechdel Test, Tells All Men They Can Do Better

    Tompkins v Troll: Dawn of Internet Justice

    Over the weekend comedy writer Caissie St. Onge tweeted a joke about Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and the Bechdel Test and not surprisingly (because the Internet) someone chimed in to be a jerk about it.

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  3. The Geekosystem Podcast Episode 38 “Sisterhood of the Traveling Anchor Suit”

    Amity, as you know, means "friendship."

    We're back after a holiday weekend with tales of how we spent the Fourth of July, speculation on the fate of the "anchor suit" from Jaws, weird church stories, we try to gaslight each other about the definition of "gaslighting" someone, and give you our Editors' Picks for the week. Enjoy!

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  4. Paul F. Tompkins Talks to Conan About His Childhood Bow Ties

    Paul, if you ever want to have a bow tie race, call me.

    If you're familiar with comedian Paul F. Tompkins, then you probably know that he takes his clothes very seriously. If you're not familiar with Tompkins, you should be. He's great. On Conan last night, he talked about his show No, You Shut Up! and his childhood propensity for bow ties.

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  5. Watch Lizzy Caplan Become All Your Favorite Ragefaces

    memetastic

    We know you love Mean Girls, so - by extension - you automatically love Lizzy Caplan. The Masters of Sex star sat down with Paul F. Thompkins for his Made Man YouTube channel, where he asked her to smush her face into the internet's best shorthand: ragefaces. Oh, and if you like this, you might also (definitely) want to check out Alison Brie imitating memes, because her Grumpy Cat is perfection. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Ermahgerd! Alison Brie Recreates Internet Memes With Her Face

    All of you already subscribe to Paul F. Tompkins' YouTube show Speakeasyright? Good! Then you already know that he spoke to the lovely and talented Alison Brie in yesterday's episode, and that he had her recreate popular Internet memes with her face. Watch the clip, and the full episode, right here.

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  7. Watch Mr. Tasty Settle a Bar Fight in This Pete & Pete Reunion (Probably NSFW)

    The Adventures of Pete & Pete 20th Anniversary Reunion from Michael C Maronna
    The Adventures of Pete & Pete is one of the greatest achievements in the history of television. To celebrate 20th anniversary of the show, the cast has been making some public appearances together. This Funny or Die video shows catches up with the Petes, Endless Mike, Artie the Strongest Man in the World, and Mr. Tasty. It also has Paul F. Tompkins, and a special appearance by Polaris singer Mark Mulcahy. If anyone needs me I'll be reliving my childhood with some Pete & Pete DVDs.

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  8. This Woman Would Like To Replace Laura Linney Introducing Downton Abbey On PBS [VIDEO]

    Warning: May Contain Feelings

    I was inducted into the Downton Abbey cult last year and can now completely understand what all the fuss was about. And I am absolutely quivering with anticipation of Season 3 premiering on PBS's Masterpiece Classic tomorrow night! So it was a happy coincidence I came upon this video on Patton Oswalt's Twitter feed. It features Janie Haddad Tompkins in her hopes of replacing Laura Linney as the person who introduces Downton Abbey on PBS. Or, getting back to her old gig, as the case may be. Enjoy and enjoy the new episode of Downton tomorrow! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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