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‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ UK

Before Drew Carey imported Whose Line Is It Anyway? to America in the late ’90s, the classic short-form improv series entertained UK audiences for a decade. The original series features many of the same whip-smart comics as the US series (Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Greg Proops represent for the colonies), but it also includes their charming British chums Tony Slattery, Josie Lawrence and Stephen Frost. The points may not matter, but revisiting this silly comedy showcase is always a winning choice.

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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’

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‘Insecure’ Season 2

If you've heard that Insecure is the best show on TV right now, you weren't lied to. It's the truth. Issa Rae stars in the HBO comedy that is sexier than anyone was ready for, funnier than we truly deserve, and so secure in its storytelling, they might have to consider changing the whole name of the show. The social commentary is as important as... Read more

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‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon’

You don't need to be a longtime fan of the legendary National Lampoon magazine to enjoy the riveting documentary Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead. This spirited behind-the-scenes look at the fabled institution is a must-stream for comedy fans as it delves into the brand responsible for Animal House, Caddyshack, and National Lampoon's Vacation. Drunk... Read more

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‘Summer School’

Thirty years ago, a comedy hit movie theaters that truly captured the essence of what it was like to try to teach a bunch of slacker, underachieving kids who weren't all that motivated to get their grades up over the summer. It starred People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive Mark Harmon, co-starred an in-her-prime Kirstie Alley, and was the kind of... Read more