Comics work their whole careers to land their own successful, acclaimed, eponymous Comedy Central sketch show. But after three seasons, and with his show at its creative and commercial peak, Nick Kroll is leaving it all behind for destinations unknown — because he can.
Barker can still throw one hell of a right hook.
This poll will officially decide who gets to be the next host of The Daily Show.
We’ll need a million Moments of Zen to emotionally endure this loss.
Stewart’s representative confirmed to BuzzFeed News Tuesday that he is leaving the iconic Comedy Central show.
It’s clear Ilana Wexler DGAF about most things in life. And we’d all be better off following suit.
#BieberRoast is trending.
“I just want to get real and say the honest truth,” Wilmore told BuzzFeed News of his new Comedy Central show The Nightly Show.
You would literally follow her into hell.
This list is the key to an appealing TV show.
Colbert’s last words were true to his character: “I’m getting angry at liberals.”
“If comedy is tragedy plus time, I need more fucking time.”
“It’s 2014, anal is on the menu.”
The Colbert Report will broadcast for the last time on December 18th. And it will be greatly missed.
“Don’t call that a white power suit.”
Warning: Some NSFW language, because South Park.
BuzzFeed got to sit down with the ladies from “Broad City” at NYCC and ask them 10 important questions.
Now tell me, which one of you is Ay-Ay-Ron?
Because you’re the only person I can really stand.
South Park ran an ad for an upcoming episode that pokes fun at the team and its name controversy during the Washington vs. Philadelphia game.
The comedian died Thursday, a week after suffering cardiac and respiratory arrest during routine throat surgery. “My mother’s greatest joy in life was to make people laugh,” her daughter said in a statement. “Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon.”
“So she’s tight with the Prime Minister of Tanzania. Well, I happen to be e-mail pen pals with the Prince of Nigeria.”
“We don’t want our customers to get sick, but if they do, technically that’s part of the artistic experience.”
Here’s an exclusive clip from next week’s Nathan For You.
A brutally hilarious commentary on fawning startup coverage. Vessyl, we hardly knew ya.