Dec 1, 2010 9:11 PM EST
His days on The Office are numbered, but Steve Carell is sticking with NBC. The 48-year-old actor has sold a half-hour comedy to the network, Deadline… Read more
The `Saturday Night Live' alum got his own show and quickly saw it canceled due mostly to way-over-the-top skewerings of famous people that generated plenty of controversy but low ratings.
After Dana provides his impression of Jay Leno interviewing director/actor/producer Quentin Tarantino, the Pepsi singers extol the many health benefits of their soft drink. Following some audience questions about Dana's experience with stalkers and actor Nicholas Cage, and a commercial touting a companion-finding service for the insane, the Stupid Pranksters try out their joke at a movie theater box office. Then, Dana presents a promo for Rich Little's All Rich Little One Man Easter, in which he portrays a host of biblical characters. Following Waiters Who Are Nauseated By Food, Dana stars in Nixons, director Oliver Stone's latest film examining the five personalities of the late president. Finally, after the Stupid Pranksters call on a prostitute, Dana presents a BBC report announcing the separation of England's Royal Couple and Prince Charles' appeal for the right to behead his wife.