A former Saturday Night Live writer and The New Yorker staffer uses her sharp wit to tackle the most difficult facet of aging — the mind's decline — as she embarks on a quest to get smarter.
The director presents a collection of uproarious and intimate conversations with some of today's most popular comedians, drawing on his teenage radio hosting days.
The stand-up comedian and star of Parks and Recreation evaluates how technology is shaping today's romances, citing the work of forefront social scientists while considering the differences between courtships of the past and present.
For every superhero hitting the big time with a blockbuster movie, there are countless failures, also-rans, and D-listers. The League of Regrettable Superheroes affectionately presents one hundred of the strangest superheroes ever to see print—from Atoman to Zippo—complete with backstories, vintage art, and colorful commentary.
The star of Parks and Recreation pays tribute to inspiring mischief makers, from George Washington to Willie Nelson, and shares his views on religion, handcrafting and meat.
A retired NYPD lieutenant shares the most entertaining and engrossing true stories from his two decades on the beat, including when he mistook a dentist as an armed robbery suspect and a strange request made by the mother of a suspected criminal.
The popular correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart describes with humor his life growing up in England where he fought bullies and idolized the Fonz before moving to Tampa and becoming a Michael Jackson impersonator.
A comedian discusses his addiction to film between 1995 and 1999, a time during which he absorbed classics and new releases three days a week and applied what he learned in these films to acting, writing, comedy and relationships.