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Louis C.K. explains how humans survived the Ice Age

An outtake from Louis C.K.’s new standup special, Louis C.K. Live at the Beacon Theater:

The special is available exclusively from the Louis CK website for a measly $5. You can stream it from the site, or download the file and burn to DVD to watch as many times as you want. It’s a great deal for a very funny show — from the same tour that I saw in Pittsburgh some months back. Go, buy, and enjoy.

Ringo remembers Goldfinger

Boing Boing has long ago interviewed Peter Serafinowicz, so this might not be the freshest video to share with you. But there’s so much material in Peter’s back catalog that you might have missed this gem.

Context: On Peter’s BBC comedy series (excerpts of which are easily available on YouTube), he frequently imitates Ringo Starr’s “lugubrious” speaking style. Here’s his Ringo remembering being asked to do a James Bond theme (remember that Paul McCartney did the theme to “Live and Let Die”).

Don’t lick it

Little bit of a setback today, so no proper post today. Regular posting will resume tomorrow. For now, please enjoy some Eddie Izzard, imitating someone else imitating Christopher Walken:

Need more Eddie Izzard? Of course you do. And here’s a treat: Eddie Izzard monologues visualized in Lego:

(Izzard in Legos link via Coudal Partners.)