These veteran comedies continue to deliver the laughs.
These rookies brought the funny -- and not a small amount of darkness.
How it all began for television's veteran comedies
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"I hear Will Ferrell may have a baseball bat."
Jimmy Fallon opened the 2010 Emmys with panache: He and Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, Joel McHale, Jorge Garcia, and the cast of Glee took the stage to sing "Born To Run" -- music by Randy Jackson, costumes by…
Paul Rudd's not Irish. "My connection to Ireland is more on the Oliver Cromwell side," he jokes.
In early 1997, "The Simpsons" surpassed "The Flintstones" as the longest-running primetime cartoon of all time. The fall saw longtime writer Mike Scully take over as the program's showrunner for…
David Fincher is not interested in speaking.
For Andrew Garfield, there's no such thing as the perfect role, only a semi-perfect storm.
Jesse Eisenberg thinks while he speaks.