From Secret Santa mishaps to Dwight dressing up as Belsnickel, these Christmas episodes from 'The Office' will make you wish you were in Scranton (or Slough) for the holidays.
Skeet Ulrich thought 'Scream' would be a far more serious depiction of a serial killer—until he got on set with co-star Matthew Lillard.
'MacGruber,' the 'MacGyver'-inspired send-up of 1980s action movies, transformed a one-joke Saturday Night Live sketch into one of the best smart-dumb comedies of the last two decades.
Before he was Batman or Beetlejuice, Michael Keaton was a young stand-up comedian on 'An Evening at the Improv.'
‘Saturday Night Live’ alum and ‘An American Pickle’ screenwriter Simon Rich shares which books he considers comedic genius.
Ever since she played the sweet but sharp-tongued Charlene Frazier on 'Designing Women,' Jean Smart’s fans have been waiting for the rest of the world to realize just how terrific she is.
A never-before-seen moment from 'The Office' revisits Michael Scott's script for "Threat Level Midnight," in which the president asks 007-esque hero Michael Scarn to be his best man.
It has been nothing but an upward journey for Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, which despite the odds, has become the crown jewel in Apple TV+’s streaming service.
A season 4 ‘Friends’ episode that involves revisiting Ross and Rachel’s will-they-or-won’t-they relationship didn't receive rave reviews from the show's biggest fans.
Yes, the Brad Pitt ‘Friends’ episode is on the list—and so are two other iconic Thanksgiving episodes.
If romantic comedies are synonymous with anyone, it’s writer/director Nora Ephron. Her landmark movies, including 'When Harry Met Sally...' and 'Sleepless in Seattle,' are widely credited with saving the rom-com genre.
HBO Max’s ‘Friends’ reunion special features all the original cast members, plus Lady Gaga, Kit Harington, and some other surprise guests.
While popular fan theories point the finger at Kevin Malone or Jan’s assistant, here’s the truth about who really fathered Astird. Sorry—Astrid.
Radio personality Dr. Demento spent four decades curating weird novelty songs for an enraptured audience—including a young "Weird" Al Yankovic.
In 2011, 'Bridesmaids' silenced chauvinists who believed that men had the monopoly on laughs and spearheaded a wave of female-fronted comedies. It also turned Melissa McCarthy into a bankable leading lady.
'Mystery Science Theater 3000,' the cult classic that riffs bad films, has good news for fans: More episodes are coming thanks to Kickstarter.
Fonzie accepting a dare from a beach bum launched the fifth season of 'Happy Days' in 1977. Years later, it launched a phrase that swept the country.
You know that Tom Hanks is an Oscar-winning actor, and that he recently played Fred Rogers on the big screen. But did you know that he's actually related to Mr. Rogers? (And to Abraham Lincoln, too.)
Why have one TV show when you can have two? And why just have a plain old TV crossover when you can have a really weird TV crossover?
Brendan Fraser shouting "Bedazzled!" over SNL’s closing instrumental music confused everyone, including host Rob Lowe.
If you spend 60 minutes watching Robin Williams, you’ll be laughing out loud for roughly five of them.
Famed 1990s talk show host Arsenio Hall courted controversy with Vanilla Ice and once released a rap album of his own.