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‘Saturday Night Live’ Adds a Sixth Consecutive Episode for the Weekend After the Election

When Saturday Night Live announced their return for the beginning of October, it came with news that they would be having five consecutive weekends of shows throughout the entire month. It’s the longest back-to-back run of episodes that I can remember, and executive producer Lorne Michaels has decided to extend that run adding another consecutive episode to follow the weekend after the 2020 election. Saturday Night Live made the announcement on Instagram with a lip sync video featuring cast ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Instagram, Nbc, Adele, Snl, Donald Trump, Lorne Michaels, Issa Rae, Saturday-Night-Live, Bowen Yang, Chris Rock Bill Burr

Guraburu! Sporadically Comedic & Full of Breast Envy

Granblue Fantasy’s anime spinoff Guraburu! has entertained its demographic with its onslaught of sporadic humor as the third episode introduces Lily and features some cooking, explosions, and breast envy. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Cook, Parody, Fantasy, Anime, Lily, Moe, Oppai, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Granblue Fantasy, Cygames, Guraburu, DMM.futureworks, W-Toon Studio

Elf-san wa Yaserarenai’s Women Sporting Unmatched Thickness

Elf-san wa Yaserarenai has continued to maximize the popular fetish of thick plump females as its newest manga volume is spilling forth with such content, great news for maniacs enamored with curvaceous women and possibly serving as a positive change of pace for those itching for something new service-wise. As always, nipples are fully visible […]
Tags: Health, Comedy, Fitness, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Elf, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Ero-manga, Voluptuous, Elf-San wa Yaserarenai, Yaserarenai

‘Never Have I Ever’ Season 2 Starts Production in November

Never say never to Never Have I Ever. The acclaimed Mindy Kaling comedy managed to avoid the cancelation onslaught against Netflix productions amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, setting its season 2 production start date in November. Variety reports that Never Have I Ever season 2 is set to start production in the next few weeks, with Netflix and producer Universal Television aiming for a November 10 start date. This means that Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and the gang could return to...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Teen, Netflix, John McEnroe, Kaling, Mindy Kaling, Variety, Devi, Ramakrishnan, Universal Television, David Miner, Lang Fisher, Howard Klein, Poorna Jagannathan

Watch Unused ‘Borat 2’ Footage from Inside the White House and a Cop’s Body Camera

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available on Amazon Prime right now, and the movie is replete with plenty of outrageous interactions with unsuspecting members of the American public. With a movie like this, where countless hours of footage is shot, there are many scenes that hit the cutting room floor. It could be because certain scenes don’t play well with an audience, or maybe it just doesn’t fit into the story. Thankfully, some of that footage is making its way online. The official Twitter acc...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, White House, New York City, United States, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Rudy Giuliani, Video Clips, Donald Trump Jr, White House Trump, Scott Wampler

Borat Responds to the Controversial “Sexy Time Encounter” in ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’

Before Borat Subsequent Moviefilm even arrived on Amazon, it was making headlines. Press who saw the movie in advance for review saw a newsworthy story in one of the sequel’s most shocking moments: former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is Donald Trump’s current lawyer, is duped by one of Borat’s set-ups, putting himself in quite the compromising and controversial position. Now Borat himself has responded to the headlines as only he can, but beware of spoilers for one of the biggest gags...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, New York City, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Rudy Giuliani, Video Clips, Cohen, Tomi Lahren, Borat-2, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

‘The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee’ Trailer: Paul Hogan Stages a Comeback

Remember two years ago, when reports of a surprise Crocodile Dundee sequel surfaced? And then it all turned out to be part of a Super Bowl ad? After all the hoopla and excitement for what turned out to be an elaborate Australian tourism ad, it seems that Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan clued in to the nostalgia for the Australian crocodile hunter, staging his comeback in the upcoming meta-comedy The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee. Watch The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee trailer below. The Very Exce...
Tags: England, Comedy, Movies, Australia, Dundee, Chris Hemsworth, Movie Trailers, Pacific, Paul Hogan, Murphy, Hogan, Crocodile Dundee, Newton John, Ansell, Lionsgate Films, Danny McBride

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Takes an Unintentionally Hilarious Detour

Those watching Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou have confirmed that the series has indeed pulled the same trick as the Final Fantasy VII remake as it has gone down a different path and delivered some new scenes, possibly earning negative criticism as the horror element of the anime has seemingly been turned into pure […]
Tags: Comedy, Murder, Drama, Horror, Anime, Blood, Remakes, Image Gallery, Adaptations, 07th Expansion, Higurashi, Naku Koro, Passione, Naku Koro ni Gou

‘The Addams Family’: Tim Burton to Get Creepy and Kooky with His First Major Live-Action TV Series

Tim Burton is about to become the latest major filmmaker to make the jump to television – and he’s doing it with perhaps the least surprising property of all. Burton is developing a new version of The Addams Family, the classic franchise featuring a creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky family living in suburbia. If the deal goes through, the eccentric director of Batman, Beetlejuice, and Edward Scissorhands will be working on this iteration of the show with Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, the g...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Tim-Burton, Netflix, Showtime, Johnny Depp, Addams Family, James Earl Jones, Helena Bonham Carter, MGM, Remakes, Burton, Gomez, Gough, Millar

WASP Mom Tries To Vote

Caitlin Reilly pretends to be a privileged white woman using her privilege to get around the rules for voting.
Tags: Video, Comedy, News, Caitlin Reilly

The Quarantine Stream: ‘They Came Together’ is a Brilliant, Gutbusting Spoof of Romantic Comedy Clichés

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: They Came Together Where You Can Stream It: HBO Max The Pitch: Spoofing seemingly every New York romantic comedy from When Harry Met Sally to You’ve Got Mail, director David Wain, and his frequent comedy cohort Michael Showalter (the guys who brought you Wet Hot American Summer) both make a mockery of and pay tribute to all the...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, New York, Movies, Romance, Features, Amy-Poehler, Ellie Kemper, Bill Hader, Harry Met Sally, Zucker, Paul-Rudd, Dewey Cox Story, Michael Showalter, David Wain, Joel Paul Rudd

Cool Stuff: Reebok Releasing Two New Pairs of ‘Ghostbusters’ Sneakers for Halloween

If bustin’ makes you feel good, Reebok is about to make it feel that much better with sneakers inspired by Ghostbusters. Arriving just in time for Halloween, these two new pairs of Ghostbusters sneakers take cues from the classic uniforms worn by the boys in beige (even though Larry King calls them the boys in gray in the movie), as well as the the team’s signature vehicle, the Ecto-1. Find out when and where you can get the Reebok Ghostbusters shoes and how much they will cost you below. Re...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Gear, Sony, Ghostbusters, Cool Stuff, Larry King, Reebok, Reebok Ghostbusters

Strike Witches Road to Berlin Goes Through Strenuous Training

Strike Witches Road to Berlin has enlisted a cute and clumsy new witch whose hindquarters fans will likely enjoy ogling, the rest of the veteran witches helping to build up her alien-blasting skills whilst another certain character has her own rigorous training to go through. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Berlin, Anime, Witches, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Sukumizu, Kemonomimi, David Production, Strike Witches, Mecha Musume

Mathematical Mastery Rewards a Man Stimulation in Dogeza de Tanondemita

Dogeza de Tanondemita has chased after a new female in its second episode as the male protagonist has set his sights on a sexy sensei’s breasts, the confident woman only coughing up the goods after the man solves an assortment of math problems. The episode might possibly serve as the first instance where a mastery […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Education, Teachers, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Image Gallery, DMM Pictures, Dogeza de Tanondemita

Chris Matheson, “Bill & Ted” Writer, Talks Cosmic Satire with Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #65 Chris Matheson has written a bunch of comic movies including the new Bill & Ted Face the Music, and he’s converted religious texts into funnier books on three occasions, most recently with The Buddha’s Story. Your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt talk with him about what unifies these projects: Why the big ideas of science fiction, fantasy, religion, and philosophy are...
Tags: Google, Books, Comedy, Podcasts, Film, College, Ted, Bill, Buddhism, Keanu Reeves, Facebook Twitter, Terry Lindvall, Chris Matheson, Bill Ted Face The Music, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Pretty Much Pop

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Strips Off the Bear Suit

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear managed to stand out as the main kigurumi-wearing character stripped out of her bear suit for a fleeting moment before the anime resumed the staple MMORPG activities of vanquishing monsters and securing loot. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Animals, Fantasy, Anime, MMORPG, Kuma, Moe, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Kigurumi, EMT Squared, Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Release Date Pushed Back Even Further to June 2021

Sony Pictures ain’t afraid of no ghost, but they’re certainly afraid of the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears they’re worried that the first quarter of 2021 won’t be a prime time to bring audiences back to theaters. The studio has pushed back the release of Ghostbusters: Afterlife yet again, this time all the way back to the summer of 2021, closer to the window it was meant to be released in earlier this year. Sony Pictures (via The Wrap) announced the latest Ghostbusters: Afterlife relea...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Sony, Sony Pictures, Oklahoma, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, McKenna, Coon, Carrie Coon, Ivan Reitman, Release Dates, Gil Kenan, Finn Wolfhard

‘Candyman’ Gets New 2021 Release Date, ‘Legally Blonde 3’ Bends and Snaps Into Summer 2022 Slot

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Hollywood studios are doing their best to peer into the future and predict slots in which they can drop new movies into theaters again. Today, Universal and MGM have unveiled the latest Candyman release date for the highly anticipated horror remake, while MGM are planting a flag for the long-gestating Legally Blonde 3. Get the details below. Universal and MGM are teaming up to distribute director Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman remake. The film was originally su...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Horror, Sequels, Universal, MGM, Mindy Kaling, Remakes, Candyman, Elle Woods, Witherspoon, MGM Studios, DaCosta, Tony Todd

‘Smokey and the Bandit’ TV Series Coming from David Gordon Green and Seth MacFarlane

Star Wars was the highest grossing film in the United States in 1977, but do you know what movie sits in the #2 spot? It’s the high speed action comedy Smokey and the Bandit starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jackie Gleason, Jerry Reed and a slew of impressive car chases and crashes. Now, 43 years after the movie kicked off a franchise, there’s a Smokey and the Bandit TV series in the works from Universal Content Productions, and it’ll be produced by some heavy-hitting comedic talent. The H...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Atlanta, David, United States, Ryan Gosling, Chris Pratt, Seth-MacFarlane, Burt Reynolds, Pineapple Express, South, Bandit, Smokey, Jackie Gleason

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Review: Audaciously and Raucously Hilarious with a Surprisingly Tender Heart

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan found fictional reporter Borat Sagdiyev learning about American culture and society, but he nearly upended it all by trying to literally bag himself the golden-haired Pamela Anderson to be his wife. But Borat’s film didn’t help make Kazakhstan great. In fact, it brought great shame upon them, and Borat was fired from his job, banished from his village, and sentenced to a life of hard labor in a gulag. But Americ...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Documentary, America, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Kazakhstan, George W Bush, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Black, Mike Pence, Cohen, Pamela Anderson

‘Animaniacs’ Trailer: Come for the Zany, Stay for the Brainy in the New Hulu Reboot

The Animaniacs are back, and they’re zanier than ever. The celebrated animated series that was originally executive produced by Steven Spielberg has received a fresh reboot from Hulu, with Spielberg once again exec producing the series with Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation. And since it’s been 22 years since Animaniacs went off the air, Yakko, Wakko and Dot — and yes, returning fan favorites Pinky and the Brain — have more than two decades worth of self-referential jokes and fourth-...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Animation, Warner, Warner Bros, Hulu, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Looney Tunes, Amblin Television, Pinky, Darryl Frank, TV Trailer, New Hulu, Animaniacs

2 questions of balance: 1. Does Amy Coney Barrett weigh as much as a duck, and 2. Is Facebook applying its anti-violence policy equally to conservatives and liberals?

Regular readers know I'm not a fan of the Babylon Bee website. I don't think it's original or sophisticated enough, but I very much want the big social media platforms to apply their various content-related policies with neutrality as to viewpoint. They ought to test any censorship of the right by asking whether the equivalent material were presented by the left, they'd do the same thing.  I'm reading a Fox News article about Facebook's decision to censor a Babylon Bee piece titled "Senator Hi...
Tags: Facebook, Comedy, Law, Censorship, Monty Python, Fox News, Free Speech, Witchcraft, Barrett, Dillon, Ann Althouse, Hirono, Amy Coney Barrett, Babylon Bee, Seth Dillon

Strike the Blood IV Descending Into a Spiral of Chaos

Dragons and tentacle girls have wrought chaos and destruction for the sixth episode of Strike the Blood IV as further semi-nude action can be witnessed, albeit turning the dial down on service as the show instead focuses on plot and combat. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Tentacles, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, OVA, Connect, SutoBura

‘Happiest Season’ with Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis Skipping Theaters and Going to Hulu

Another upcoming film has made the tough-but-understandable decision to forgo theaters and head to streaming. Happiest Season, a holiday rom-com from director Clea DuVall starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is skipping its planned November 25 theatrical release and will instead arrive on streaming platform Hulu that same day. Hulu has acquired the rights to Happiest Season and will stream the film starting on November 25. That was originally supposed to be the theatrical release da...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Canada, Sony, Sony Pictures, Kristen-Stewart, Hulu, Mackenzie Davis, Clea DuVall, DUVALL, Nicole Brown, Clea, Mary Holland, Happiest Season, Mackenzie Davis Skipping Theaters, Abby Kristen Stewart

Pretty Harpies Flap About Nude in Oritsue Taishi no Isekai Kuri Musu Survival Nisshi

Surviving in a wild fantasy world with sexy monster girls serves as the main premise of the erotic manga Oritsue Taishi no Isekai Kuri Musu Survival Nisshi, as the title once again transports a poor soul to a fantasy world brimming with nude harpy women, which many would perceive as a positive occurrence. The protagonist […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Ero-manga, Isekai, Oritsue Taishi no Isekai Kuri Musu Survival Nisshi, Oritsue Taishi, Isekai Kuri Musu Survival Nisshi

‘The Flight Attendant’ Trailer: Kaley Cuoco Gets Caught Up in a Murder Mystery

Kaley Cuoco has been pegged as the hot comedy girl since The Big Bang Theory became a baffling success, but the actress has forged a solid partnership with HBO Max, with her acclaimed work on the beloved animated series Harley Quinn and now with a darkly comic thriller that is sure to test Cuoco’s dramatic chops: The Flight Attendant. Cuoco stars in The Flight Attendant as a “crazy” and “drunk” flight attendant who is definitely not a murderer, despite the dead body that she wakes up next to af...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Kaley Cuoco, Thriller, New York Times, Harley Quinn, Movie Trailers, Cuoco, Greg Berlanti, Hitchcock, Sarah Schechter, Michael Huisman, Chris Bohjalian, Booksmart, HBO Max

Borat Drops By ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ with His Daughter and a ‘Borat 2’ Clip

This week brings the debut of Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, the sequel to the hit comedy mockumentary from 2005 starring Sacha Baron Cohen. That means “Borat” himself is making the publicity rounds to promote the streaming premiere of what promises to be a raucously hilarious follow-up that makes a mockery of our current political and social climate in the age of coronavirus and the disease that...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Jimmy-Kimmel, Israel, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Video Clips, Cohen, Kimmel, Borat-2, Tutar Irina Nowak

Acting student Lisa Gilroy performed Doctor Evil's monologue in class, and nobody noticed

My acting teacher told us to perform a dramatic monologue from any movie and I did mine from Austin Powers and no one noticed.— Lisa Gilroy (@TheLisaGilroy) October 19, 2020 I hope HBO courts Lisa Gilroy for a comedy special so she can name her own price. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Hbo, Comedy, News, Education, Funny, Actors, Comedians, Acting, Austin Powers, Classes, Lisa Gilroy

Harrison Ford and Ed Helms to Be Lost at Sea Together in ‘The Miserable Adventures of Burt Squire’

It sounds like a dream to be stuck at sea with Harrison Ford, but it’s more of a comic nightmare for Ed Helms in the new STXfilms movie The Miserable Adventures of Burt Squire Abord the Horn High Yo. That mouthful of a title is for a new seafaring comedy pairing together the unlikely duo of Helms and Ford, as a family man who gets shipwrecked in the Atlantic Ocean, and the unhinged sea captain he is stuck with, respectively. STXfilms announced a new seabound comedy set to star Harrison Ford ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Ford, Harrison-Ford, Atlantic Ocean, Stx Entertainment, Ed Helms, Harrison, Mickey, Helms, Pete Shilaimon, Adam Fogelson, Kim Zubick, Drew Simon, Ben Bolea

New ‘Peanuts’ Specials and 70th Anniversary Documentary Coming to AppleTV+, Along With Your Favorite ‘Peanuts’ Holiday Classics

AppleTV+ is ordering more Peanuts from the menu. The streaming service already had a deal in place to produce series like Snoopy in Space and the upcoming The Snoopy Show, but AppleTV+ will soon become a hub for all things Peanuts, including brand new specials centering on Mother’s Day, New Year’s Eve, and more; as well as a 70th anniversary documentary; and beloved specials like A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Get the details ...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Movies, Abc, Peanuts, Animation, Charles Schultz, Charlie Brown, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Ron Howard, Jeff Goldblum, Philistine, Comic Book/Superhero, Family Films, Morgan Neville, Appletv