A Friends Reunion? "It's not gonna happen," Courteney Cox told David Letterman in April this year, and yet there she was last night, appearing with her other two female co-stars, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow, doing a five-minute take-off on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Just as at the time of the global financial crisis, the only commentator on mainstream American TV who seems to be able to call it as he sees it on Israel-Palestine seems to be Jon Stewart.
All India Bakchod are back, this time collaborating with Voctronica, with a tribute to classic Indian ads.
British comedian John Oliver is no stranger to these pages or to the Indian elections, which he talked about on his recent HBO debut as well. He has an update in the form of some more observations to share on the election day telecasts:
That, said, British comedian John Oliver—on his HBO his debut this weekend—was one crucial thing Indian media still needed to learn if they truly wanted to Americanise their news coverage, after exclaiming: 'Holy shit, they've stolen our formula!' while ticking off his checklist: