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Tickets for our Bob’s Burgers party are going very, very fast and it’s definitely going to sell out soon. Get yours today if you want to come sing-a-long to Gene’s fart song!

Are you ready for our next TV Hangover event? On March 21, we’re going to celebrate a show near and dear to our hearts: Bob’s BurgersBob’s Burgers is, in my opinion, the funniest show on television and the Belchers are my favorite animated family. Come join your TV Hangover editors as we watch a few episodes, talk about how awesome Tina Belcher is, play drinking games, and host a few rounds of trivia where you can win free drinks and some Bob’s Burgers prizes. 

Dress up! Write some erotic friend fiction! RSVP and tell us which episodes you’d like to watch

Tickets are only $5 and it’s recommended that you get them soon — our last event sold out in advance and this one definitely will. 

March 21 at 8:00pm
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I know everyone was all about Prince guest starring on New Girl last Sunday but I am about 10x more excited for Adam Brody on the show tonight, even if he really needs a haircut.

Linda Belcher is the best and so is this supercut.

Between Linda Cardellini and Adam Brody, the rest of season three is going to be pretty great, huh? 

Chelsea Peretti’s Gina on Brooklyn Nine-Nine is clearly the front-runner for best new character of the fall 2013 season. Period. Drops Mic.

Molly Shannon To Star In, Produce Comedy At Fox

Fox is developing a single-cam comedy with Molly Shannon, Variety has confirmed.

From 3 Arts in association with 20th Century Fox TV, the untitled project centers on Fiona, a woman at the top of her career who clashes with her stay-at-home pregnant daughter.

Shannon will play Fiona, and produce the project. Bruce McCulloch, who worked with Shannon on “Superstar,” penned the project and will exec produce alongside David Miner and Greg Walter. (via)

Good news for our favorite new sitcom this year! 

In cancelation news: NBC announced that Ironside was crippled and Welcome to the Family was aborted. Good riddance.