Kevin Hart’s Defenders Said More Than They Realized

Those worried that a black comic was being treated unfairly raised key questions facing comedy, even if it was for the wrong example.
Taylor Hosking
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Important Anniversaries

'Jizz in My Pants' Marked a Turning Point in Internet History

It is the tenth anniversary of The Lonely Island's very important anthem about cum.
Kieron Passaway

Pete Davidson's SNL Apology Was a Mess

After making peace with Crenshaw, Weekend Update devolved into a bizarre plea for bipartisanship.
Kara Weisenstein
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Ariana Grande's Good New Song 'thank u, next' Is Now a Good Meme, Too

Her latest track is a powerful anthem about self-love. It's also a potent meme.
Peter Slattery
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Leslie Jones's Narration of 'The Shape of Water' Should Have Won Best Picture

"Is it that hard out there that we gotta start fucking fish men?"
Drew Schwartz

What Your Take on Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Says About You

Some people are loving the whirlwind romance, while others have some SERIOUS questions.
Eve Peyser

For the Love of God, Don’t Meme Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’ Music Video

You're missing Donald Glover's whole point.
Beckett Mufson
Views My Own

'SNL' Cold Opens Are Unfunny, Elitist Pieces of Liberal Propaganda

The star-studded sketches aren't just dull, they're limousine liberalism at its worst.
Harry Cheadle
Saturday Night Live

Robert Mueller Is 'The Bachelor' in 'SNL' Break-Up Spoof

"I honestly feel like I'm only half-in with collusion."
Anna Iovine

Watch Will Ferrell Revive His George W. Bush Impression on 'SNL'

"Back in my day we didn't let Russians rig our elections, we used the Supreme Court, like Americans."
Anna Iovine
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Michael Che Just Became the First Black Co-Head Writer on 'SNL'

His "Weekend Update" co-host, Colin Jost, was also tapped for the job.
Drew Schwartz
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Sean Spicer Is Writing a Book About His 'Turbulent Tenure' with Trump

He said he wants to "set the record straight" about what went down during his six-month stint as the White House press secretary.
Drew Schwartz