Is it worth it? Hell yeah it is!
Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, the list goes on and on.
D.J. Tanner and Urkel hanging out together kicks off this week’s #Throwback Thursday.
Of course, they made pot pie!
You gotta do what you gotta do. A bit NSFW.
“I don’t have cancer… I have Ebola.”
Best ever former celebrity couple.
Madonna taking Michael Jackson to the Oscars kicks off #ThrowbackThursday.
Sarah and her liquid pot: the true story of two best friends.
This important competition, which also includes the wonderfully ribboned Reggie Watts and the unfortunately vested Tim & Eric, needs your input.
The threatening phone call and crazy tweets are only helping Jimmy’s show, FYI.
Duck, a frequent star of the comedian’s tweets and photos, died this week at the age of 19. Silverman posted a sweet note to her WhoSay page in remembrance of her best friend.
At the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco, we were expecting gay jokes because that joke is totally hilarious and not at all stale. But just how many were there?
Louis CK, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Ellen DeGeneres: They all had to start somewhere. The hair and fashion alone make these must-watch clips.
Taylor Swift Is The Queen Of Sass. Please bow down.
Get ready for a story that is just too darn cute.
From her four-decade musical career to her genius Twitter account, there are many, many reasons to appreciate the wonder of Cher.
This track features Will.i.am, of course.
Plus a French-language short film starring Sarah Silverman, reading The Great Gatsby in Beijing, and LeVar Burton’s new role.
The definitive countdown of all of the most crushworthy Saturday Night Sweeties.
Either way, this episode — featuring Michael Fassbender and Sarah Silverman — is the best.
Silverman asks “bros” to stand up for the women in their lives: “The way to a woman’s heart is never through a vaginal ultrasound.” Warning: typical Silverman-esque NSFW language ahead.
Kids say the darndest female genitalia terminology.
The writers of the show shared some exclusive scoops on more guest stars stopping by Bob’s restaurant. Note: These were not previously announced until now.
Also in last night’s premiere of Lifetime’s “The Conversation,” Sarah Silverman called “The Bachelor” offensive, and Jane Fonda said she got divorced so that she could “die whole.”
There’s been hundreds of comedians who’ve offended in the past, but this clip from “Billy on the Street” made us think about other bold improv comedians who are big right now. Remember to watch Funny Or Die’s “Billy on the Street” on Thursdays at 11p/10c on Fuse.
Sarah Silverman gives a solid interview on Rachel Maddow about Herman Cain’s smoking ad and her upcoming “Live From N*ggerhead” comedy show in Austin.
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