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Since studios seem to be gaga over dark origin stories, why not Sesame Street’s grouchiest resident? Behind the scenes of the sketch:

And the finished product:

The Best of Eddie Murphy on SNL

From Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood to James Brown’s Celebrity Hot Tub Party, watch a compilation of Eddie Murphy’s best and most iconic moments on Saturday Night Live.

Navage Nose Cleaner Ad Re-Dub

This ad is much better now.

Canadian Regional Stereotypes

Like America, Canada is a BIG country, and they have their regional stereotypes just like we do. These two Nissan ads poke some fun.

In this adorable Stella Artois ad, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jeff Bridges reprise their most iconic roles to promote the company’s #PourItForward campaign. In partnership with water.org, Stella Artois has helped provide clean water access for 1.7 million people in need. Learn more at https://www.stellaartois.com/DoGood.

Tina Fey displays her sophisticated, smart humor in her acceptance speech for the 2012 Mark Twain Prize.

Following Jerry Seinfeld’s introduction, JLD gives her acceptance speech for the 2018 Mark Twain Prize.

Jerry Seinfeld honors Julia Louis-Dreyfus during the 21st Annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at The Kennedy Center. An outstanding lineup of entertainers gathered in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall to salute Julia Louis-Dreyfus, recipient of the 21st annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on October 21, 2018. The Prize, which is named to honor one of the world’s greatest humorists, was presented at a gala performance featuring some of the biggest names in comedy.

Black Mirror has emerged as a smartly critical anthology series about a not-so-distant dystopian future, and humans’ relationship with technology. Most episodes feel like worst-case scenarios with the ambiance of The Twilight Zone for the 21st Century. Will our future interactions with technology be uplifting and empowering, or downright terrifying? Scary or not, though, some installments of Black Mirror are just plain better than others, so here’s a ranking of every episode of the show so far, from worst to best. Do we even need a spoiler warning here?

(IMO, “Nosedive” is the BEST episode. The end, in particular, is AWESOME.)

“From her struggling early days to her successful heyday, you’ll see the Lucy you love and meet the Lucy you never knew — the incredible woman behind the public persona. In ‘Finding Lucy,’ you’ll find yourself falling in love with Lucille Ball all over again.”

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