Robot Chicken’s “Top Chef: Sweden” brought me to tears.
[via GrubstreetNY] “This is my family. These people know me,” he says. “This is fancy, man. They cook the food right in front of you. They might go to Pathmark and buy it, but they’re gonna cook it. Fancy.”
He says at one point, he was hitting this specific location three or four times a week. He also says he got a hibachi grill installed at his house and hires Benihana staffers to host Benihana nights at his house. It’s not surprising, then, that 30 Rock’s writers got the idea for last night’s plot line. “When they put Benihana on the show — all the writers know that I love this place — that was the greatest compliment they could show me.”
Tracy Morgan’s life is stranger than fiction.
According to Louis C.K. himself, if you go to this page and enter the relevant information, you’ll be sent an invite for a “limited-time pass to epixhd.com,” which will allow you to stream his new standup movie Hilarious for free.
If you want to see somethingHilarious, head out to the movies on Sept. 8. EW.com has learned that Louis C.K.’s stand-up concert film—which premiered at Sundance in January—will be screened for that one night in the following eight cities: Austin;Boston; Chicago; Los Angeles;New York City; Philadelphia; San Francisco; and Washington, D.C.(Click on the individual cities orwww.louisck.net for more information on Friday, when tickets begin to go on sale.) If you can’t find Louis C.K.: Hilariousat a theater near you, fear not. The cable channel Epix will debut the film on Sept. 18, and Comedy Central also has plans to air it next year and to release it on DVD. The 42-year-old comedian, known for his fearlessness and loathing (self-based and other kinds), can be seen in his FX comedy Louie; he’ll alsokick off a 31-city stand-up tour on Sept. 17 in San Francisco.
Josh Jackson is across the street from Comic-Con for Pacey-Con! #sdcc #sdpc #5thstreet” -Funnyordie on Twitpic