All posts tagged: Steve Carell

A Few of My Favorite TV & Movie Gifs

I love a good ole’ goofy gif, so here’s a collection of a few of my favorite film and TV-related ones. I know that it seems like I’m really phoning it in for this week’s post, but I promise you that I put a lot of effort into *curating* this collection of gifs. Star Trek  PS: I love Captain Kirk. Troll 2 Broad City Hausu The Golden Girls The Room Insecure Vanderpump Rules Labyrinth Portlandia Key and Peele Twin Peaks New Girl Queer Eye Difficult People Arrested Development Curb Your Enthusiasm The Office Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

“Little Miss Sunshine” Turns 10

Little Miss Sunshine was released 10 years ago today, on July 26, 2006. Though a decade old, the film still resonates as a dark comedy about the complications of life at any age. Little Miss Sunshine seems to pinpoint, especially, the fact that going on a trip with your dysfunctional family can actually be therapeutic. As a film it’s funny, sad, and delightfully honest – much like life itself. I recently posted about six of my favorite road trip films, and of course Little Miss Sunshine made the list! So be sure to check out that post if you want to read a little more about why I love this film. Otherwise, to celebrate its 10th anniversary, here are a few stills from Little Miss Sunshine:

Celebrating Stewart – The End of an Era

With Jon Stewart’s reign at The Daily Show coming to an end tonight, it’s time to celebrate the man whose cultural influence knows no bounds. After taking over The Daily Show in 1999 (previously hosted by Craig Kilborn), Stewart went on to create a new type of news series. The Daily Show may be a comedic weeknight show, but above all, it’s critical commentary. In filling the role of Daily Show host – a role seemingly created for Stewart – he made the news entertaining. The result was attainable social and political critique, which has changed the way millions of Americans will consume their news forever. Aside from his obvious comedic and journalistic influence, Stewart has launched the careers of countless comedians including Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms, and Kristen Schaal, among others. As a result of their popularity on The Daily Show, three of his correspondents went on to host their own shows: Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report, John Oliver of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and Larry Wilmore of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. Aside from Saturday Night Live, can you think of …

Best of “Between Two Ferns” With Zach Galifianakis

Between Two Ferns has been on my radar for awhile because I love Zach Galifianakis and nearly anything on Funny or Die, but now it’s on the entire country’s radar. After President Barack Obama’s visit to the show, the internet was buzzing not only about the Affordable Care Act, but also about Galifianakis’ hilarious faux access-television web series. While many responded positively to Obama’s surprise interview, there was a lot of backlash from conservative groups and individuals that thought it was undignified. My thought? I appreciate having a president who can relate to American youth and is humble (and funny) enough to do something so out of the ordinary. The purpose of the interview was to reach out to young people and encourage them to take advantage of the Affordable Care Act before the enrollment period ends this month. And Obama was successful; funnyordie.com drove substantial amounts of traffic to heathcare.gov. But enough about politics! I think every episode I’ve ever seen of Between Two Ferns is funny, but here are just a few of …