Things We Saw Today: The Inhumans In This LEGO Video Game Look Infinitely Better Than the Actual Inhumans Show
Sorry, Inhumans TV show. If you were what it took to get this version of your characters, then I'm grateful for your (almost) existence.Read More
On The Tonight Show, Colbert teased O'Donnell that he was showing "solidarity" by leaking his own outtakes, which are predictably hilarious.Read More
With the story centering around Nanjiani during his earlier days of comedy and guest stars like Aidy Bryant, Bo Burnham, and Kurt Braunohler, the film is full of great banter and short clips of stand-up. But Anupam Kher and Ray Romano steal the scene with their great dad jokes.Read More
The Big Sick had one heck of an opening weekend.Read More
A new Bob Ross Funko is coming this August.Read More
It's not every day you can trick Alex Trebek into doing a meme, but that's why this Jeopardy contestant is the real winner of the week.Read More
If you're not caught up on The Walking Dead or if you're a bit fatigued from engaging with all that discourse, take a break with this short clip from Comedy Central's The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail in which Kumail Nanjiani and Yeun yell about their firm beliefs that aliens exist and the government is likely hiding them from us.Read More
"So is this like a big spoiler, like when Han Solo was young, was he Pakistani?"
Conan and his comedy pals all got together to shoot a fun video that imagined celebrities like Bill Hader, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Melissa McCarthy, and even Jodie Foster as young Han Solo.Read More
A U.K. man loves bacon double cheeseburgers so much that--well, he didn't marry them, but he changed his name to honor them.Read More
A delightful Darin Morgan episode. (Did you catch all the Easter eggs?)
In my review of last week's episode, one of the things I talked about loving most about The X-Files--at least, in the original series--were those episodes when it didn't take itself quite so seriously. Monday night's episode, "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster", was a perfect example of when this show does humor and does it well.Read More
Judd Apatow is producing and Michael Showalter is set to direct.
The film, called The Big Sick, will be a comedy inspired by actual events that happened to Nanjiani and Gordon--and Judd Apatow is coming on board to produce. Michael Showalter, who is best known as one half of the team behind the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer is currently attached to direct.Read More
We were already psyched for the X-Files revival yesterday when Kumail Nanjiani announced he'd be joining the show; today, we hear that Lauren Ambrose and Robbie Amell have signed on to the project as well.Read More
We're in Fresno.
There are a lot of reasons to be excited for the dark comedy Addicted to Fresco. First of all, Fresno is a welcome change from the small, thankless roles that we keep seeing Judy Greer in this summer.Read More
I want to believe (in Pied Piper).
This is warming the cockles of my cold, cold heart.Read More
In the latest installment of the "Street Fighter: Red Tape" sketch from The Pete Holmes Show, comedian Kumail Nanjiani threw on a baby skull necklace to play Dhalsim. The problem this time around is how does one market a violent yoga "master"?Read More
It's a show starring that weird guy from that other show you like!
Are you guys as excited as we are for the upcoming HBO show Silicon Valley? You should be. It was created by Mike Judge and has a pretty impressive cast, including Kumail Nanjiani, TJ Miller, and Martin Starr. Get on board.Read More