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Ratzenberger: Millennials ‘Never Built Anything’
2 years ago

Ratzenberger: Millennials ‘Never Built Anything’

Sure, he rose to fame as Cliff on NBC’s long-running sitcom. He also pivoted to a voice-over career, appearing in every Pixar animated film to date.

In between, …
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Revealed: Stone Phillips’ Essential ‘Daily Show’ Ties
2 years ago

Revealed: Stone Phillips’ Essential ‘Daily Show’ Ties

The show’s name, chosen by network executives at Comedy Central, was intended to be a place-holder until they could come up with a better title. That’s according to show co-creator Madeleine …
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Why Kevin Nealon Can’t Ignore Donald Trump
2 years ago

Why Kevin Nealon Can’t Ignore Donald Trump

Consider Nealon’s seven-season run on Showtime’s “Weeds,” a part in virtually every Adam Sandler comedy and his ubiquitous TV ads for the blood-thinning drug Xarelto.

Nealon will be headlining a special …
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Comic Mocks Late Night Satirists’ Faux Outrage
2 years ago

Comic Mocks Late Night Satirists’ Faux Outrage

As one of the first correspondents on “The Daily Show,” performing that role throughout the Craig Kilborn years, he helped revolutionize how news and satire intersected.

Since leaving “The Daily …
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Loh’s ‘Madwoman’ Mines Menopause for Laughs
2 years ago

Loh’s ‘Madwoman’ Mines Menopause for Laughs

A regular presence on The New York Times bestseller list and NPR’s “The Loh Down on Science,” Loh has long mined her personal life for material.

But her “change in …
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Why Hollywood’s Oddest Couple Clicks
2 years ago

Why Hollywood’s Oddest Couple Clicks

Black, who directed and co-wrote “The Nice Guys,” collected $4 million for his 1996 movie “The Long Kiss Goodnight” alone. Landis just sold his “Bright” script to Netflix for $3 million. Yet …
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Why Bobby Lee Is Done with ‘MADtv’
2 years ago

Why Bobby Lee Is Done with ‘MADtv’

He was one of the breakout performers on Fox’s “MADtv” during his eight-year run. Lee parlayed that show’s hit status into a thriving career as a nationally-touring standup comic and …
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Flashback: How 1 Song Saved 26 Kids
2 years ago

Flashback: How 1 Song Saved 26 Kids

But that’s what happened starting in 1992 when the Minneapolis-based rockers Soul Asylum released the single “Runaway Train.” The song became a Top Five hit and earned a Grammy for …
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Alan Alda Cheers Streaming Revolution
2 years ago

Alan Alda Cheers Streaming Revolution

Alda is best known as the star and a leading creative force on “M*A*S*H*,” as well as his work in countless other movies and TV shows,  including an Oscar-nominated turn in …
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Paul Rodriguez: Don’t Ban Offensive Language
2 years ago

Paul Rodriguez: Don’t Ban Offensive Language

With the wildest election season in memory in full swing, the outspoken Republican let loose during a recent interview on the “Grown-Ass Men” podcast on the Radio Titans podcast network.


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