Here are four things that defined my year in comedy.
“As opposed to stringing out more seasons, we wanted to feel like we were going out with the best work that we’ve done,” Kroll told Vulture.
“The Mindy Project” has embraced its cartoonish nature and become the spiritual successor to “30 Rock,” with a manic energy and a barrage of seemingly tossed-off jokes.
HBO’s “The Comeback” is an odd choice for revival but also a slyly fitting one.
The show will always be better in my memory than it is on my TV. Yet I keep watching.
I won’t be listening to the new U2 album, but I can’t wait to hear Adam Scott and Scott Aukerman listen to it.
Shouldn’t a cartoon be the one place we don’t have to worry about typecasting?
Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome derive much of their humor from the fact that their seemingly innocuous, twee folk songs tend to have dirty, unexpected twists.
For the most part, TV’s “Meltdown” is a shortened version of the live show: Ray and Nanjiani tell jokes and talk to the audience, followed by short stand-up sets.
Like much of his work over the past 30-plus years, the songs are smart, silly and musically sound.