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What's So Funny: Robin Williams Riffs On An Emotionally Needy Kim Jung-Un

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  • Robin Williams's Completely Improvised Stand-Up Set
    Robin is given the prompts "Candy/Gun Store" &​ "Introvert Dictator" and just goes crazy with them. [The Nerdist]

  • Joel McHale Plays Pop Culture "Would You Rather?"
    Joel has to answer whether he would rather be yelled at by Tyra Banks or Elisabeth Hasselbeck. There are no winners in that game. [Buzzfeed]

  • Billy Crystal &​ John Goodman Meet Their Updated "Monsters University" Characters
    John's monster is all good, but Billy's is horrifyingly familiar [CollegeHumor]

  • Drunk History's Story Of Nikola Tesla Starring John C. Reilly &​ Crispin Glover
    Just in time for their new Comedy Central series, check out a classic Drunk History. Who knew that Thomas Edison electrocuted so many innocent sheep? [Funny Or Die]

  • In Japan, "Two and a Half Men" Gets Pretty Gay
    Seems like in the Land of the Rising Sun, Charlie Sheen &​ Jon Cryer play a gay couple raising an adopted son. [via Huffington Post]