Ricky Gervais claims he can't stand most British comedy, calling American comedy superior. In reality, he's just buttering us up so he can become the first British president of the United States. [Sun]
Eminem shot a quick cameo with Adam Sandler for Judd Apatow’s Funny People. The scene apparently features the pair at a “People My Mom Didn’t Want Me Listening To In High School Convention.” [MTV Movies]
This newspaper article asks comedians, including Eugene Mirman and Steve Byrne, if comedy can be taught. Teaching comedy is literally as easy as teaching someone to make realistic fart sounds. [Pittsburgh Tribune]
The Bruno Quoting Taskforce is going to make sure my one man wolf pack won't be quoting movies out of context. [Landline TV]
Anthony Jeselnik outlines his day writing for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He says it's turned him into a machine that knows what Miley Cyrus is up to. Doesn't everyone already know she spends all day getting back massages from her dad? [Asylum]
Jon LaJoie talks about making his viral videos, "I like to write something in two days, shoot it, and get it up within a week, tops. If it takes longer than that, I get bored." [Ask Men]
Somebody managed to promote their love for The Hangover with this elaborate wolf pack window decal after just one month of the film’s release and just 118 months of his friends begging him to remove his Rob Schneider “You Can Do It!” decal. [Buzzfeed]
Someone call the cops! Dave Hill is having a great time at the Rock on the Range concert festival. [Dave Hill's Internet Explosion]
Do you guys want to see a shot from the upcoming The Sarah Silverman Program: The High School Years? We're going to reach out to the teenage demographics even if it causes us to totally wipe-out, dudes. Check out the pic after the jump.
-This post was co-written with help from Rocktern Frank Angones
This is going to be the best show since Square Pegs.
[via Steve Agee]