One of my favorite podcast hosts died, and it feels like I lost a friend (The Verge)
Screenwriter, comedian, producer, actor, and author Harris Wittels passed away yesterday at the age of 30. Even if you don't recognize Wittels, you know of his work. He was the co-executive...

I have been trying to figure out why I felt bad about this, and I’m glad someone else could articulate it for me. I remember laughing so hard my eyes teared up at one of his CBB bits (which probably wasn’t even funny, which is also why I was laughing). Even the picture in the article (“great dog name: Bark Obama”) made me chuckle. I was looking forward to his work after Parks and Recreation. Tragic.

WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: The Venture Bros. (WIRED)
Binge-watching a show like The Venture Bros.—a dense sci-fi/action cartoon hybrid with a vast universe only rivaled by the depth of its references—may feel like trying to speed-read Tolkien in Elvish. But trust us, this is possible.

In the words of ZODIAC_MF, this show is NOT OPTIONAL. Although the guide does miss a couple of my favorite season 2 episodes, “Love Bheits” and “Showdown at Cremation Creek.” Really looking forward to the space special.

– How big is an 8 year old’s head? A bowling ball?
-Too small. It’s like a basketball. But one of those small basketballs, you win at the fair.
-You’re describing a bowling ball!

  • Liz Lemon and Crisstopher Cross

-When are you due?

-April 20. Hitler’s birthday.

-What is the name of your gynecologist?

-Dr. Rufus T. Barleysheath.

-Where was the baby conceived?

-In my vagina.

-What names are you considering?

-Rufus T. Barleysheath.

-How are you feeling?

-*Oh a little achy and nauseous, but I’m hangin’ in there!*

-Are you pregnant?

-No… way that I’m not.

-Liz Lemon and Carmen Chau