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From tattoos to cakes to more tattoos, take a look at these mind-blowing tributes to Comedy Central shows.
Comedian Paul Scheer (best known as the gap-toothed guy from Best Week Ever) wrote on his blog about being on Weekends at the DL:
"There is a guy who hangs out on the side of the set, who's only job is to have a bottle of wine ready to go in case someone needs a refill. He also will cut and light a cigar a moments notice, he's a party butler."
You can read the rest of Paul's account (including some really nice things about DL Hughley) on his blog .
Weekends at the DL airs Fridays and Saturdays at 11p / 10c. This weekend's guests are Louis CK, Amy Poehler, and Cheech Marin.
The CC Insider loves the weekly L.A. comedy variety show, Comedy Death Ray, and this week's show promises some big name acts performing right across the street from the Scientology Celebrity Centre (everyone knows Scientology jokes never get old.) Information:
This video is either an argument for or against technology, and surely a joke, but either way it's hilarious.
(Tonight's guest is Steve Carell from The 40 Year Old Virgin.)
Not to blow smoke up our own asses, but how hilarious was last night's Roast of Pamela Anderson? Here's some of the online buzz:
The New York Times calls it "raucous, nauseating, and often funny."
The blog Productshop NYC has a list of some of the best quips from the night.
One blogger hated the roast, though, saying "I believe (Pamela) is owed a huge apology."
(We can't really think of a better endorsement than that!)
If you missed the roast, never fear! Here are this week's encore presentations:
Tonight, 9:30 pm
Thursday, 9:30 pm and 12am
Saturday, 1am and 3am (Uncensored!)
Mike Daisey‚Äôs Monopoly
Nobody tells a better story than subversive comic genius Mike Daisey. He's performing his latest monologue, Monopoly, this Sunday in San Francisco. Monopoly is about "inventor Nikola Tesla and his war with Thomas Edison over electricity‚Ä¶ Microsoft's historic antitrust lawsuit, the checkered history of the game Monopoly and ultimately the story of Daisey's hometown and its one remaining retailer: Wal-Mart."
Date: This Sunday August 14, 2005
Place: Berkeley Repertory Theatre
More information: 510.647.2949