Tuesday, September 08, 2009

TV on the Internet, Episode 18: The Top Ten Comedic Performances of the Decade (Male and Female)

So this week, we finally follow up episode 11 and give you our top ten comedic performances of the decade, male and female. Unlike the dramatic list, though, this one is going to be full of anger and vituperativeness. It may make us completely fall apart. Be prepared. Thanks for all your comments and criticism. They're helping us make the show better. If you like us, please review us on iTunes. We WILL take out the Official Lost Podcast! We WILL!

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TV on the Internet, Episode 18: The Top Ten Comeic Performances of the Decade (Male and Female)

Here's a direct link to the episode.

Time codes follow. There are MAJOR SPOILERS for a variety of shows, so you may want to skip over a segment if you haven't watched the shows discussed therein.


00:00.00-00:08.46: Introductions, music from The Phenomenal Handclap Band and an explanation of our rules and regulations.
00:08.47-01:10.31: The top ten comedic performances of the decade (male and female).


The Variety poll that inspired this undertaking. (Variety)

This Week's Music:

The Phenomenal Handclap BandThe Phenomenal Handclap Band
"15 to 20 (feat. Lady Tigra)" (mp3)
from "The Phenomenal Handclap Band"
(Friendly Fire Recordings)

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Clips are from King of the Hill (episode: "Uh-Oh, Canada," script by Jerry Collins), Everybody Loves Raymond (episode: "The Angry Family," script by Philip Rosenthal), Everybody Hates Chris (episode: "Everybody Hates Jail," script by Andrew Orenstein), Arrested Development (episode: "Development Arrested," script by Chuck Tatham and Jim Vallely, from a story by Richard Day and Mitchell Hurwitz), How I Met Your Mother (episode: "World's Greatest Couple," script by Brenda Hsueh) and Gilmore Girls (episode: "Santa's Secret Stuff," script by Rebecca Rand Kirshner).


(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)