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Sep 28,2010

Jason Schwartzman from “Bored to Death” stopped by Craig Ferguson to discuss mustache growth, french bulldogs, S&M, the breath-ability of leather and mojo rising.


Sep 15,2010

Same night Kenny Powers comes back, Bored To Death returns to HBO.

I actually got a bit bored with this show last season, but I think I’ll give it another chance.

Season trailer after the jump.


Aug 26,2010

HBO’s Bored To Death, a.k.a., Zach Galifianakis’ day job, returns for its 2nd season on Sunday, Sept. 26.

The Season 2 trailer has been released to the interwebs, featuring Galifianakis, Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson in a police lineup. Forgive them. They’re a little stoned.

Check it out after the jump…


Aug 15,2010

The world won, it seems.

In a weekend where The Expendables won the box office by attracting all the young dudes, and Eat Pray Love attracted all the ladies, Scott Pilgrim came in only fifth at the weekend box office, bringing in $10.5M in ticket sales.

Not a solid opening, despite decent reviews.

On the plus side, The Other Guys held on to the number 3 spot, making $18M in its second weekend. Should be good enough for a $100M domestic gross.

Aug 12,2010

Jason Schwartzman drops by Jimmy Kimmel to discuss Cheetos, Sly Stallone and what I can only assume is the cartoonish mustache growing contest he’s entered.

Video after the jump…


Aug 11,2010

Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman and Matt Zaller are talking about… nothing much in particular.

Suddenly Zach Galifianakis does a drunken Judy Garland. For no good reason.

Then he’s autotuned. For no good reason.

He’s not even in Scott Pilgrim.

See for yourself…


Aug 10,2010

The boys might need to get better publicists.

Reduced to promoting Scott Pilgrim Versus the World on the local Atlanta news?

Watch out for that bus, Michael Cera!

Video after the jump…
(h/t Buzzfeed)


Aug 9,2010

Image Credit: NYTimes

After last week’s Will Ferrell-athon, this week is comparatively slow in the world of comedians on talk shows. Letterman is even in reruns all week, and both the Daily Show and Colbert Report are reruns Monday night.

But there are still a few interesting things for you to TIVO.

The highlights, by day, after the jump…


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