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  • J.B. Smoove brings the ruckus on stage and on camera

    J.B. Smoove brings the ruckus on stage and on camera
    "The Best of Leon," "My Favorite Leon Part," "Leon Awesomeness" — these are all YouTube titles. The clips are taken from Larry David's long-running HBO sitcom, "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
  • Making dirty funny

    Making dirty funny
    Kate Micucci says it wasn't until she started getting dirty that her clever songs became hits. And she probably wouldn't have gotten dirty, she says, if it wasn't for Riki Lindhome, her musical comedy partner, and one-half of her duo "Garfunkel and...

    ' 'Til Death' star Brad Garrett to part with his Malibu home

    ' 'Til Death' star Brad Garrett to part with his Malibu home
    " 'Til Death" star Brad Garrett has put his ocean-view place in Malibu up for sale at $10.995 million. The Spanish-style villa, built in 2005, features travertine and wood flooring, vaulted ceilings and leaded and stained glass windows. The nearly 6,...

    Nick Bakay sells condo in West Hollywood for $2 million

    Nick Bakay sells condo in West Hollywood for $2 million
    There's no catting around on this: Comedian and actor Nick Bakay has purred his way into a bigger house. Bakay, who was the voice of the black cat Salem on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," just sold his condo in Sierra Towers in West Hollywood for $2...

    A SAG strike won't cripple TV

    A SAG strike won't cripple TV
    If an actors strike really does come to pass, don't worry. You won't have to do without "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" or "Saturday Night Live." Even certain scripted series, such as CW's "90210" and CBS' "Gary Unmarried," would be safe. And thank...