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Watch: Haim on “Saturday Night Live”

The sisters Haim are having one of those years that would make people pinch themselves in the morning to make sure it's all real. The ladies released their debut album, "Days Are Gone," at the end of September this year and have been touring with the likes of Vampire Weekend and Phoenix.

Why So Serious, Martin Short?

Martin Short has developed a reputation as one of the nicest, hardest-working guys in Hollywood -- even if the 62-year-old actor-comedian rarely stays in Los Angeles for long, opting to travel most of the time for various stage and screen gigs.

Why So Serious, Jon Lovitz?

As one of dozens of "Saturday Night Live" alumni who made lasting impressions on that late-night sketch show, Jon Lovitz could coast on his raft of memorable characters for the rest of his life.

Why So Serious, Tracy Morgan?

Tracy Morgan is no stranger to live television, having been a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” from 1996 to 2003. But since 2006, Morgan has safely plied his trade on NBC’s critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning "30 Rock," a far less... how shall we say... unpredictable, pre-taped environment?

Why So Serious, Hannibal Buress?

Hannibal Buress has long been worshiped by comedy nerds and stand-up insiders, but only in the last few years has the Chicago native-turned-New Yorker started breaking through to the unwashed masses (I'm looking at you, Filthy McBlogreader.

Why So Serious, Darrell Hammond? (Comedy Works edition)

For the latest "Why So Serious?" we're celebrating the 30th anniversary of Denver stand-up institution Comedy Works, which will commemorate the occasion with sets this weekend from master impressionist and former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Darrell Hammond, as well as Flip Orley and Denver's Ben Roy.

Why So Serious, Jim Breuer?

Who's that half-lidded creature peering at you through a cloud of white smoke? Why, it's another "Why So Serious?" Q&A, this time featuring stand-up, podcaster and former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Jim Breuer.