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One of the first comedy albums I heard growing up was Jerry Seinfeld’s I’m Telling You For The Last Time, but despite that, I gravitated towards Friends more. Jerry Seinfeld (as well as Larry David) is a special kind of comedy, where you either enjoy their style or can’t stand it, but whichever way you go you …

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Jeff Dunham is back and heading to Dublin, with a new younger wife (there’s an eighteen year difference), a fresh set of twins, and a comedy special ripe for Netflix. The real loser in the election? Bill. Because now Hillary is home every single night. Walter: Back when I was a kid, time-out meant your …

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Brad Paisley and comedy? It seemed like an odd combination, but after watching it I now know that Brad is one funny guy! Brad covers topics like marriage, relationships, and selfies, and intros the other acts for the night…who while all being professional comedians, weren’t as funny as him. Brad on Beauty and the Beast: Here’s …

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We’ve seen them all individually, but it is finally time for them to come together. The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen (Charlie Cox), the Smart@$$ detective (Krysten Ritter), the righteous ex-con (Mike Colter), and the kid with the glowing fist (Finn Jones). Daredevil (and Season 2), Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. While the past …

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Ozark, with Jason Bateman starring and producing, is out now on Netflix, and it’s the best show to come out on streaming (so far) this summer. What seems at first like Bloodline redone, takes a turn for the better. Marty Byrde (Bateman) is a money launderer for a Mexican cartel, but when his business steals from …

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Last summer I took the time to start binge-watching shows from Showtime, including Homeland, Ray Donovan, and Shameless. This summer I have turned to USA Networks and started Suits. Suits is about a kid (Mike Ross, played by Patrick J. Adams) with a photographic memory who fakes his way into being a lawyer, working with the famous Harvey Specter (Gabriel …

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This morning Netflix released Friends From College, and if you don’t have what to do or watch this weekend, well…don’t choose this. The show “stars” Keegan-Michael Key (Ethan) and Cobie Smulders (Lisa), with appearances from Kate McKinnon. Ethan and Lisa are moving back to New York City, and reuniting with their college friends, who have spent …

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