Seven hot writer-producers — also including Marc Maron ("Maron"), Jenni Konner ("Girls"), Mike Schur ("Parks and Recreation") and Armando Iannucci ("Veep") — sound off on everything from how they keep their casts happy to the too-personal storylines that have permanently severed relationships.Read more
Roundtable guests Marc Maron (Maron), Mike Judge(Silicon Valley), Chuck Lorre (Mom), Jenni Konner (Girls), Jenji Kohan (Orange Is the New Black), Mike Schur (Parks and Recreation) and Armando Iannucci (Veep).Read more
In one of his signature "vanity notes," which followed a recent broadcast of the show, the series creator sarcastically ridicules the Chinese for abruptly pulling his "Big Bang Theory" from a top streaming video site. Read more
The sitcom producer gives the backstory on his urinal gag at the Producers Guild Awards with one of his signature vanity cards, revealing Martin Scorsese and Harvey Weinstein as the original butts of the joke.Read more
Affleck was complimented for his impressive manhood after Chuck Lorre "peeked" at it in the bathroom; joked the actor: "I am often confused with Matt Damon but rarely with Michael Fassbender, so it was a nice change!" Read more
From the 2014 PGA Awards, producer Chuck Lorre assures that crowd that Ben Affleck is set to play Batman. Also, Affleck takes a compliment about his groin, saying, "I've been compared to Matt Damon but never Michael Fassbender."
UPDATED: The "Two and a Half Men" showrunner never mentions Charlie Sheen but says his recognition is for surviving, as the industry group honors producers, writers and directors at its 31st annual awards. Read more
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