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By Ray Rahman Source Like Olivia Munn, former Daily Show correspondent Rob Corddry really wishes that Jon Stewart would clean his desk. However, that’s not Stewart’s only eccentricity, as Corddry reveals to EW in a conversation about his former boss. The comedian, who was an essential part of the Daily Show roster during his tenure […]

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By Ray Rahman Source As one of the more successful correspondents to come out of The Daily Show , Ed Helms is able to look back on his tenure and his working relationship with Jon Stewart with a kind of thoughtful hindsight after so many years of post-Daily Show success in the industry. In a […]

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By Joe Berkowitz Source As his Hot Tub Time Machine 2 opens, Rob Corddry talks to Co.Create about getting things done, “Daily Show College,” and genre-bending. When he began making Children’s Hospital in 2008, Rob Corddry did not have access to a time machine—hot tub, or otherwise—that let him know it would one day become […]

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By Michael Heaton Source Six-time Emmy award winning Jim Margolis from Shaker Heights recently left his staff position as an executive producer for “The Daily Show” in New York to become the show runner for the new Adult Swim sketch comedy show “Newsreaders.” He’s now living in Los Angeles. Another former Shaker Heights resident, David Wain, […]

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By Joel Keller Source Anyone who watched Rob Corddry when he was a correspondent on “The Daily Show” — or even during his improv days at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in New York — might have had an idea that he could come up with a world as twisted as the one in “Childrens […]

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By Irene Lacher Source The creator and star of the Adult Swim series talks about its Internet roots and fun environment and his background in improv and theater.

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By Ben Barna Source Depending on what city you live in, you could have seen the fantastically sinister ads in subway stations or on buses, featuring the slightly depraved glare of a clown that’s part Heath Ledger’s Joker, part John Wayne Gacy. Look a little closer, and you might recognize that it’s actually the painted […]

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By Casey Burchby Source Rob Corddry’s Adult Swim series Childrens Hospital (no apostrophe; watch the show and you’ll get it) is a furiously fast, gag-a-second mockery of one of television’s old standbys: the medical drama.

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By Sam Morgan Source Following our interview last week with Rob Huebel, we talked to the creator and star of Childrens Hospital Rob Corddry.

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By Gordon Downs Source Since emerging in 2002 as one of the breakout stars of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Rob Corddry has slowly managed to carve out a niche for himself as part of the new Hollywood vanguard of comedic actors taking over film and television.

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Moontower Interview: Hasan Minhaj

By Robert Faires Source Getting hired as a correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart was, without question, a great break for Hasan Minhaj. But it isn’t as if the 29-year-old comedian was sitting around waiting for his cell to ring. This is a guy who in just a few years has made a mark in stand-up, […]

October 2nd, 2013: The Taping ReporT!

By Anna-Neko Source This was my second time going (went with a friend last year), and just the day before got to experience ‘The Daily Show’ too!

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