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As we await the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday April 13, let us reflect 10 years back, to Lindsay Lohan's glorious hosting job in 2004. It was June 5, just two months after the release of "Mean Girls," a.k.a. the greatest movie of our time (that somehow
Saturday Night Live alum Rachel Dratch is teaming up with The Second City (the comedy troupe with whom she got her start) to bring you the first ever Clorox Ick Awards, celebrating life's messiest moments with a night of hilarious improv. On
Social media provocateur Kenneth Cole put actors Alan Cumming and Rachel Dratch on his runway and in a movie Monday that begged the question: "What's real and what's for show?" Robert Ellis, "The Lights From the Chemical Plant" (New West) A court-
Sketchy Comedians Invade San Francisco Phil LaMarr It seems like only yesterday that SF Sketchfest was a wee babe of a comedy festival. When David Owen, Cole Stratton and Janet Varney launched the festival in January 2002, it was just a loose
Rachel Dratch. (Photo by Patrick McMullan) If you ask me, there's nothing more fun than picking up a celebrity memoir and trying to figure out what's real and what's embellished. Or you can play count the name-dropssuch as Tori Spelling 's utterly
The six playwrights include David Lindsay-Abaire, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Lynn Nottage, Theresa Rebeck, Rachel Axler and a sophomore from New York University who won a spot. Some of the other stars who showed up included David Cross, Rachel Dratch,
Funny or Die host Billy Eichner teamed up with SNL 's Rachel Dratch to tackle New York's scariest haunted house ever!!! What's scarier than clowns holding bloody knives and centuries old vampires who fall in love with high school girls, you ask?
You might know comedian Billy Eichner from his endlessly entertaining Fuse game show Billy on the Street , or from the time he freaked out over bartending for his favorite person Meryl Streep on Watch What Happens Live , or from his recent hilarious
Maybe now that people know I tap as well as I do, who knows what's next for me on Broadway, said Rachel Dratch, referring to her tap-dancing scene in the Public Theater's production of Love's Labour's Lost at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park...
Chris Farley, Bill Hader, Rachel Dratch, Molly Shannon And More!...Is there anything funnier than a comedian laughing at his/her own joke?...But when the Saturday Night Live cast members do it, there is something a little more special about the