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    Conan O’Brien and Judd Apatow in hour-long conversation.

    In “Serious Jibber-Jabber,” Conan O’Brien has lengthy, uninterrupted conversations with interesting people on topics which fascinate him. In this episode, Judd Apatow, the man behind such hits as “Anchorman,” “Knocked Up,” “Bridesmaids,” and "This Is 40" joins Conan to touch on the nature of comedy writing rooms, breaking into showbiz and how Judd’s greatest dream was to write an episode of “The Simpsons.”

    @JuddApatow is the cool dad you always wanted to talk to about boys. I recently met Paul Dooley who played the dad in Sixteen Candles and told him how much I loved his advice to Molly Ringwald about crushes in that film. #dailyovershare

    It’s true but I don’t care! It’s still a great show.

    It’s true but I don’t care! It’s still a great show.

    @girlsHBO @lenadunham screening last night with @jenkucsak.

    We saw the first three episodes and absolutely loved the show. Lena Dunham is amazing and I want to be BFF with her in real life. I love the writing, directing, tone and casting.

    Co-starring in Girls is Jemima Kirke, the British bestie from Tiny Furniture, in a more developed supporting role; Allison Williams, beautiful, poised and funny as Lena’s uptight roomie; and Zosia Mamet, hilarious, scene-stealing and slightly idiotic as the friend everybody puts up with. (Sidenote: I just realized Zosia plays Peggy Olsen’s lesbian friend who works at TIME magazine on Mad Men! Love her!)

    I loved the frank discussion of female sexuality, from abortion to bad sex to yes, even the Cosmo-dreaded HPV virus. It was relatable, honest and better than anything I’ve seen on TV for our age demo since My So-Called Life or a very special episode of Degrassi. As Judd Apatow said, it feels like an indie film, much like Freaks and Geeks did. I don’t think there’s anything more interesting for women on TV other than Mad Men right now. Here’s to the future of labia saturation. You go, Girls!

    Create your own #GIRLS meme here.

    Create your own #GIRLS meme here.

    "If I have to read another Bridesmaids ripoff, I’m gonna sh*t in a sink"- Sh*it Script Readers Say

    Vogue BTS with Lena Dunham and the Cast of HBO’s Girls

    FREAKS & GEEKS REUNION TONIGHT!!!!!!!!!!

    The Freaks and Geeks/Undeclared panel for PaleyFest ‘11 has just been announced, and it is GOOD. The last time I saw Apatow & Friends at PaleyFest ‘08, we caught the world premiere of Segel’s infamous nude scene from Sarah Marshall months before the film came out alongside Segel who hadn’t seen it yet either! Hilarious!
Without any further adieu, my lucky friends and I will get to see:
Judd Apatow, Executive Producer Freaks & Geeks; Creator / Executive Producer Undeclared
Paul Feig, Creator / Executive Producer Freaks & Geeks / Director, Undeclared 
Linda Cardellini, “Lindsay Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
John Francis Daley, “Sam Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
Martin Starr, “Bill Haverchuck” Freaks & Geeks 
Samm Levine, “Neil Schweiber” Freaks & Geeks 
Seth Rogen, “Ken Miller” Freaks & Geeks / “Ron Morgan” Undeclared 
Busy Philipps, “Kim Kelly”, Freaks & Geeks 
Jason Segel, “Nick Andopolis” Freaks & Geeks /  “Eric” Undeclared 
Joe Flaherty, “Harold Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
Jake Kasdan, Director / Consulting Producer Freaks & Geeks 
Jay Baruchel, “Steven Karp” Undeclared 
Monica Keena, “Rachel Lindquist” Undeclared 
Carla Gallo, “Lizzie Exley” Undeclared 
Timm Sharp, “Marshall Nesbitt” Undeclared 
Christina Payano, “Tina Ellroy” Undeclared 
Jarrett Grode, “Perry” Undeclared 
Kevin Rankin, “Lucien” Undeclared
Hells yeah! If only James Franco and Loudon Wainwright III were on board, it would be the perfect evening but I still expect an uproarious time!

    The Freaks and Geeks/Undeclared panel for PaleyFest ‘11 has just been announced, and it is GOOD. The last time I saw Apatow & Friends at PaleyFest ‘08, we caught the world premiere of Segel’s infamous nude scene from Sarah Marshall months before the film came out alongside Segel who hadn’t seen it yet either! Hilarious!

    Without any further adieu, my lucky friends and I will get to see:

    • Judd Apatow, Executive Producer Freaks & Geeks; Creator / Executive Producer Undeclared
    • Paul Feig, Creator / Executive Producer Freaks & Geeks / Director, Undeclared 
    • Linda Cardellini, “Lindsay Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
    • John Francis Daley, “Sam Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
    • Martin Starr, “Bill Haverchuck” Freaks & Geeks 
    • Samm Levine, “Neil Schweiber” Freaks & Geeks 
    • Seth Rogen, “Ken Miller” Freaks & Geeks / “Ron Morgan” Undeclared 
    • Busy Philipps, “Kim Kelly”, Freaks & Geeks 
    • Jason Segel, “Nick Andopolis” Freaks & Geeks /  “Eric” Undeclared 
    • Joe Flaherty, “Harold Weir” Freaks & Geeks 
    • Jake Kasdan, Director / Consulting Producer Freaks & Geeks 
    • Jay Baruchel, “Steven Karp” Undeclared 
    • Monica Keena, “Rachel Lindquist” Undeclared 
    • Carla Gallo, “Lizzie Exley” Undeclared 
    • Timm Sharp, “Marshall Nesbitt” Undeclared 
    • Christina Payano, “Tina Ellroy” Undeclared 
    • Jarrett Grode, “Perry” Undeclared 
    • Kevin Rankin, “Lucien” Undeclared

    Hells yeah! If only James Franco and Loudon Wainwright III were on board, it would be the perfect evening but I still expect an uproarious time!

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