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‘House Arrest With Andy Dick’ Traps You, Never Lets You Leave

12 March 2009 9:03 AM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Looks like professional eccentric Andy Dick has found a new way to be uncomfortably funny in his new web talk show, House Arrest With Andy Dick, which premiered on Atom.com this week. House Arrest With Andy Dick is only running for five episodes, each one weighing in at about five minutes each, so catch it while you can. The initial two episodes feature Cheaters host Joey Greco, (you might remember him as the one who got stabbed on TV), and Mo Collins of MadTV. The March 11th episode added the all-knowing Dr. Drew Pinsky of Loveline and Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew. »

- Pat Miller

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Andy Dick Talk Show Makes the Most of ‘House Arrest’

11 March 2009 1:04 PM, PDT | Tilzy.tv | See recent Tilzy.TV news »

Does anybody know what to make of Andy Dick? I mean, is he for real? The guy pops up everywhere (sometimes with this son?!?) and whenever I see him I laugh, but I can’t tell if it’s with him or at at him. If anything, dude’s probably laughing at me because, unless he invested with Madoff, he’s loaded, has his choice of assistants to help out with the day-to-day, and had the privilege of working with the late, great Phil Hartman on NewsRadio. Sure, I can leave my living room without first alerting the authorities, but Dick is even making the most of his house arrest with a talk show filmed from somewhere inside the parameters of his Scram ankle bracelet’s safety zone. House Arrest with Andy Dick is simple, brilliant (sort of, I guess) and just as big a disaster-in-waiting as you’d expect. »

- Alex Crowley

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Atom’s Aggressive 2009 Slate Announced: ‘Hot Sluts,’ ‘Legend of Neil,’ ‘Andy Dick’

12 February 2009 9:06 PM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Comedy Central's web comedy network Atom.com today announced its slate of original web series for 2009, naming more than 15 series coming down the pipe throughout the year. Highlighting the list are A.D. Miles' new sultry comedy Hot Sluts! Rated R (see our interview with A.D. for more about this series) and season 2 of Sandeep Parikh's Zelda-spoofing Legend of Neil which is back for seven new episodes. * Nick's Big Show: (6 episodes, Spring 2009) -- This new web series is a mockumentary that follows comedian Nick Thune as he quits stand up and writes, directs and produces his dramatic one man show. * House Arrest With Andy Dick: (5 episodes, premieres Spring 2009) -- While being detained at home for drug related charges, comedian Andy Dick passes the hours by interviewing his celebrity pals (scheduled guests include Tom Green, Joe Greco of Cheaters, and Sally Kirkland) * Hot Sluts! Rated R: (5 episodes, Spring »

- Marc Hustvedt

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