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Last night I made my first guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the movie This Is Where I Leave You! An enormous thank you to everyone over at JKL for having me, it was an honor. Jimmy is so hilarious and kind, I had so much fun. Here’s a clip from last night’s show of me chatting with Jimmy about an awkward moment I had acting with the legend Robert De Niro. Watch the clip streaming above or by CLICKING HERE.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL EPISODE WITH LENA DUNHAM AND I

Ben is so versatile 

If TV Shows Were Relationships

All illustrations done by the Drawfee crew. Check out their YouTube channel here —> Drawfee Show

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1. Take a semi-normal-sounding job.
2. Now perform that job in the DESERT, the ARCTIC, the MOUNTAINS, or an ABANDONED WAREHOUSE HAUNTED BY THE GHOSTS OF PAWN SHOP EMPLOYEES.
3. Add 30+ family members with insane beards who are constantly fighting and subtitled.
4. Throw in a scripted B-Plot where you’re skydiving or learning yoga.
5. ROLL CREDITS AND START THE NEXT EP.
Next up —> How To Get On HGTV <— Click to find out

1. Take a semi-normal-sounding job.

2. Now perform that job in the DESERT, the ARCTIC, the MOUNTAINS, or an ABANDONED WAREHOUSE HAUNTED BY THE GHOSTS OF PAWN SHOP EMPLOYEES.

3. Add 30+ family members with insane beards who are constantly fighting and subtitled.

4. Throw in a scripted B-Plot where you’re skydiving or learning yoga.

5. ROLL CREDITS AND START THE NEXT EP.

Next up —> How To Get On HGTV <— Click to find out

Who&#8217;s better: Dr. Oz or Dr. Dre?
Should You Trust That Doctor? Matrix [Click for full chart]

Who’s better: Dr. Oz or Dr. Dre?

Should You Trust That Doctor? Matrix [Click for full chart]

dorkly:

THE BEST DOCTOR WHO CHARACTER EVER TOPLIST!

Doctor Who has been around for over 50 years - and over that time, has collect innumerable wonderful and weird characters (many of which are just different regenerations of the same characters). But which ones are your favorite?

Click here to vote!

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Every Videogame from The Simpsons »
Awful Good: Simpsons Characters 
Just so you know the Every &#8216;Simpsons&#8217; Ever Marathon Begins TODAY! 

Awful Good: Simpsons Characters 

Just so you know the Every ‘Simpsons’ Ever Marathon Begins TODAY! 

Mr. Burns wants to connect with you on Linkedin. Excellent.

Read 12 Fictional TV and Movie Characters With Linkedin Profiles

Sock or Hat (with the Hotwives of Orlando)

Everyone’s favorite 10-second game show is BACK!

We want this to be a real TV show. NOW.

Watch Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are Now in the Pawn Shop Business

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It’s like real camp for indoor kids.

The official voting period ends Tuesday August 26, 2014 at 10:00AM so get your votes in now.

If TV Shows Were Relationships

Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Minus the Kardashians »
This Man&#8217;s Real Name is Insane
It&#8217;s like a Grand Theft Auto character has come to life.

This Man’s Real Name is Insane

It’s like a Grand Theft Auto character has come to life.

Create Your Own Highbrow TV Pilot!
Choose a Setting:
1. The War of 1812
2. Wikipedia&#8217;s first office, 2000
3. Sodom and Gomorrah
4. Suburban Minneapolis during the Cold War &#8217;50s
5. A robot factory in the not-too-distance future 
6. The site of the first SARS outbreak, 2003
7. Europa, the sixth moon of Jupiter, in the year 3000
8. Berkeley California, circa 1967 
Choose Your Lead:
1. Bjork, for some reason
2. Patton Oswalt in a surprisingly meatty dramatic role. He can practically smell the Emmy already.
3. Anyone from American Pie
4. Sir Ben Kingsley, pretty much phoning it in
5. A talented person with a perfect face who has somehow never landed a major acting role
6. Dennis Franz, resurrected
7. An increasingly creepy Tilda Swinton 
8. The entire cast of Sideways
Finish reading Create Your Own Highbrow TV Pilot!

Create Your Own Highbrow TV Pilot!

Choose a Setting:

1. The War of 1812

2. Wikipedia’s first office, 2000

3. Sodom and Gomorrah

4. Suburban Minneapolis during the Cold War ’50s

5. A robot factory in the not-too-distance future 

6. The site of the first SARS outbreak, 2003

7. Europa, the sixth moon of Jupiter, in the year 3000

8. Berkeley California, circa 1967 

Choose Your Lead:

1. Bjork, for some reason

2. Patton Oswalt in a surprisingly meatty dramatic role. He can practically smell the Emmy already.

3. Anyone from American Pie

4. Sir Ben Kingsley, pretty much phoning it in

5. A talented person with a perfect face who has somehow never landed a major acting role

6. Dennis Franz, resurrected

7. An increasingly creepy Tilda Swinton 

8. The entire cast of Sideways

Finish reading Create Your Own Highbrow TV Pilot!