Here a streaming service, there a streaming service, everywhere a streaming service. The newest member of the entertainment on demand rat race is NBC, who has just unveiled their comedy-only streaming service Seeso. $3.99 a month gets you access to shows from the network’s halcyon days including 30 Rock and The Office. They’ll also have exclusive classic comedy titles, such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Original series are also in development from Amy Poehler, Community’s Dan Harmon, and Daily Show correspondent, Wyatt Cenac. Funny bone tickled? Begin the countdown—Seeso debuts in January 2016. Discuss

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A donut shop employee and aspiring comedian is paying tribute to one of the late Mitch Hedburg’s most beloved jokes, about receiving a receipt for a donut, on an actual receipt for a donut. Even though his boss initially made him stop adding the joke to receipts, after a Reddit post showing the meta homage to the comedy great went viral, the owner of Stan’s Donuts in Chicago brought it back. Mitch would be proud. The original bit, delivered in Hedburg’s legendary mellow style, can be heard here ... Discuss

Steve Carell and his wife Nancy Carell (who has appeared in a number of films and television shows herself), are writing, executive producing a directing a new pilot for TBS. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tribeca is a parody of cop procedurals that follows “an eccentric but brilliant group of people who investigate crime, reveal way too much personal information, and refuse to rest until justice has been served … sort of.” Sounds like it could be promising, though hasn’t Andy Samberg already beat them to the punch? Maybe we will get lucky, and there will be guest a appearance by Special Agent Michael ScarnDiscuss

If you’re an aspiring comedian, or simply appreciate a well-crafted joke, this video from a New York Times Magazine interview with Jerry Seinfeld is a must-watch. The comedy legend explains how it took him two years to write a brief series of jokes about Pop Tarts, how the joke is formed and why it’s funny. Spending two years to write a joke about Pop Tarts may seem kind of insane, but as Seinfeld points out, that’s all part of the joke. “It’s a long time to spend on something that means absolutely nothing. But that’s what I do. That’s what people want me to do … is spend a lot of time wastefully, so that I can waste their time” … Discuss