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--Former Daily Show writer and now-former Conan writer Rob Kutner is also the creator of The Shushan Channel, the annual NYC purim spiel that spawned Jewno and Meshugene Men. He's helping to produce a Purim party TOMORROW (2/27) at the 92Y Tribeca, starring Lizz Winstead, Scott Adsit, an original video from Joel McHale, and a surprise message from a former Tonight Show star.

--Within 2 days of his first tweet, Conan O'Brien has racked up over 380,000 followers on Twitter. He currently follows 0 people, which should come as no surprise since he refuses to follow just 1 person IRL. (JAY LENO--get it??) 

--In Time Out's CONTROVERSIAL Brooklyn vs. Manhattan issue, Brooklyn snags the W in Comedy.

--Recently caught Nick Ross' Highly Evolved Human, a one-man show about his experience with cancer. The tone thoughtfully wove between whimsy and sobriety and we absolutely loved the show's genuineness and stage direction; it's perfect for an Off-Broadway or mass audience.

--Here are some preview tracks from the forthcoming Songs of the Sarah Silverman Program CD.

--HELPFUL: The Mighty Boosh has come out with some kind of TELEPHONE APPLICATION that will make important, life altering decisions for you.

--Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello were SPOTTED getting inscriptions at Jeff Garlin's booksigning event last night at Carolines.

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