Weekend Reading: The Clever and Singular Comedy of TV's Funniest Sketch Show, "Key & Peele"

Weekend Reading: The Clever and Singular Comedy of TV's Funniest Sketch Show, "Key & Peele"

If you're not watching Comedy Central's hilarious sketch series Key & Peele, you're missing out on television's smartest and most inventive comedy. Emily Nussbaum praises the show for The New Yorker.

IMDB and celebrity junkies know her as Krysten Ritter, but Breaking Bad will always acknowledge her as the late, tragic Jane. On the eve of the AMC drama's final hour, the actress reflects on her most heartbreaking role for Vulture.

And, because the world can never have enough Breaking Bad love, Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof takes to Vulture to express his deep admiration for the show.

Back in the '90s, Myst was supposed to redefine the video game industry. Twenty years later, though, its legacy isn't as monumental as people expected it to be. Grantland writer Emily Yoshida elaborates.

Hell or high water, the three members of Pussy Riot aren't about to bend their beliefs for anyone. Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has gone so far as to embark on a huger strike, which she candidly wrote about for The Guardian.

In two weeks, what many are calling the "best space movie ever," Gravity, will finally open in theaters and, believe it, blow minds with its breathtaking visual effects. Acclaimed director Alfonso CuarĂłn sat down with Vulture to discuss the long, painstaking process of sending stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney into outer space.

When you think "vintage Adam Sandler," chances are you're ready to cite movies like Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore. But what about They're All Gonna Laugh at You!, the Sandman's debut comedy album from 1993? Spin provides an awesome, lengthy oral history about the record that started it all.

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