During Comedy Central's biennial Night of Too Many Stars benefit for New York Collaborates for Autism, Weird Al Yankovic and 13-year-old autistic singer Jodi DiPiazza performed a stunning rendition of the classic "Yoda" that moved me to tears.
Miss GTA V's Trevor yet? Well, the character's voice actor, Steven Ogg, had a guest appearance last night in a new show called Broad City. He played a psycho locksmith, and while it's not as mental as Trevor's usual antics (he'd have set the door on fire), it's hard not to see the similarities.
The Nerdist podcast co-host Jonah Ray wanted to create a Comedy Central show that was like The Soup, only for video games. Comedy Central said no, and now Jonah's failure is complete, so he decided to share it with us.
Microsoft has a two-game deal with Comedy Central for its South Park license, which implies that another Xbox Live Arcade game could be on the way, following 2009's South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play!
Someday, we may get The Daily Show: The Video Game or Spike TV Video Game Awards: The Game, thanks to the formation of 345 Games, the new video game arm of Comedy Central and Spike TV. The first two titles to come from that studio will be Deadliest Warrior: Legends and Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon, both for Xbox…
Witness Olivia Munn's debut on Comedy Central's The Daily Show, covering the plight of Gulf Coast Vietnamese fishermen as the program's Senior Asian Correspondent.
Not only did my face manage to make it's way onto the The Colbert Report last night, as I slept, but it did so as the voice of the Twittersphere.
Last night's episode of South Park featuring the boys playing Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" in Rock Band once again proves that every song is better when Eric Cartman sings it.
Doctor of the fine arts and television personality Stephen T. Colbert, DFA has the cure for what ails our vitamin D deficient youth—video games!!
Microsoft's Project Natal has been getting some of the best mainstream coverage to come out of E3, thanks to "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and, now, Stephen Colbert. He mocked the tech last night during his "Bears & Balls" schtick.
Behold the glory of purposefully obvious fake product placement, as everyone's favorite obnoxious little fat-ass betrays the savior for a copy of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
Click to view This has got to be a new record. Call of Duty: World at War has only been out for a week and it's already in an episode of South Park. I wonder why they chose this particular game over all of the other big titles hitting now? I guess it best plays to Cartman's... unique comedy stylings. South Park Studios
With the election proper only a day away, gamers' thoughts naturally turn to one thing - video games featuring Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Comedy Central has us covered with Air Milf, an action-filled shooter in which the Governor of Alaska takes out wolves from a helicopter with a…
Click to viewColbert is many things, but a graciously loser isn't one of them. After going off on Miyamoto for swiping the top spot in Time's 100 most influential people list (and calling Donkey Kong a game about hate crime), he settles on the person he's rally mad at. No, not himself: RAIN!!!