Last night's episode of "Community" was fantastic all around, and you should watch it, especially if you're one of the new viewers who watched the unfortunately-timed last episode and couldn't find an entry point. This one had entry points galore (what is more gettable than "Batman"?) It also had an entire plot that was meta-commentary on sitcom clichés, so today the Hulu show "The Morning After" has a pretty good supercut of the show's past TV references. They haven't totally mastered the supercut over at Hulu yet (Um, please do not play the show's theme music over the entire thing? What?) but it's still a very entertaining reminder of what "Community" does best: comment on television and itself. And at the very least, after watching this, you'll understand the popular Twitter hashtag #sixseasonsandamovie :Read More »from Here’s a Supercut of the Best Meta TV References on ‘Community’
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Okay, sure! [NBC]NBC is promoting their special "A Michael Bublé Christmas," airing next Tuesday, December 6th, with short comedy bits featuring Ed Helms. Apparently, the special itself will include comedy shorts in addition to the crooning Bublé is known for. In this one, Helms is trapped in a box. I know this isn't a gossip site, but I just can't help thinking of the fact that Ed Helms's co-worker on "The Office," John Krasinski, is now married to the actress Emily Blunt, who was with Bublé for years. I wonder if the "Office" holiday party will be awkward this year, or what?
But that's neither here nor there: here's the comedy short/promo (Via the awesome comedy news site Splitsider), as well as a reminder of Bublé's past comedy work, on "SNL," in the legendary sketch "Hamm and Bublé. "Read More »from The Surprising Comedy Duo of Ed Helms and Michael Bublé