I’ve done it. You’ve done it. Your friends have done it. Why, we whine doesn’t MTV play music videos anymore? And it’s true! They don’t. It’s just a big seething crap reality tv show pile-on. But you know what? As the (not really) head of MTV programming tells you himself, it’s your own damn fault.
And, uh, to be honest? He’s got a point.
Other highlights from the week in comedy:
- – Michael Cera is writing for the new season of Arrested Development.
- – Standup Jake Weisman invited a heckler onstage who accidentally dropped a bag of cocaine.
- – Judd Apatow says HBO is making a third season of Girls.
- – Scott Aukerman is ending the Comedy Bang Bang live show after an impressive 10 year run.
- – We interviewed John Lurie, Charlie Murphy, and Eric Idle.
- – We dug up Louis C.K.’s first HBO special Shameless.
- – We examined the legacy of Beverly Hills Cop and the Beverly Hills Cop/Crocodile Dundee crossover that almost happened.
- – We pondered NBC’s choice not to pick up the Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane.
- – We revisited Rob Schneider’s copy-makin’ stint on SNL.
- – We watched Women Aren’t Funny and the last Steve Allen Show.
- – We tried to get you to watch ABC’s The Middle.
- – We heard a levelheaded, sensible argument from a reasonable man.
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