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Martin Short and Steve Martin goof around on The Tonight Show

As longtime comedy superstars, Steve Martin and Martin Short can make any situation exponentially more goofy and fun. They proved this once again during their double appearance on The Tonight Show Thursday night. Martin and Short not only played one of Jimmy Fallon’s signature games (True Confessions), they also did a physical comedy skit that involved literal rolling around NYC. 

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Kelly Ripa makes out with Jiminy Glick after awkward interview

Kelly Ripa was the latest victim to sit across from celebrity interviewer Jiminy Glick on Maya & Marty, but her probing discussion ended with a twist: a full-on make-out session.

But before the kiss, which Ripa laughed through, the interview was customarily uncomfortable, with Glick (who is played by Martin Short) asking the Live! With Kelly host about the current political climate and how it might affect her husband, Mark Consuelos.

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Kelly Ripa and Emma Stone to guest-star in Maya & Marty finale

The season finale of Maya & Marty will feature a healthy dose of Kelly & Emma.

Kelly Ripa and Emma Stone will guest-star on the July 12 episode of Maya Rudolph and Martin Short’s sketch comedy, EW has learned.

Ripa appears in an edition of “Jiminy Glick’s Celebrity Sensations,” which earlier this week put Jerry Seinfeld in the Q&A hot seat.

Also popping up are Steve Martin and Sean Hayes, who appeared in earlier episodes this season.

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Everyone Poops becomes sci-fi thriller in creepy Maya & Marty movie trailer

Everyone Poops is a best-selling children’s book — but what if it was used as source material for a sci-fi thriller? That’s the premise behind a new short from Tuesday’s Maya & Marty.

Ana Gasteyer plays a frustrated scientist whose chief goal is trying to get the world to admit that “everyone does it.”

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Jerry Seinfeld laughs his way through Jiminy Glick interview on Maya & Marty

The latest celebrity to sit across from Jiminy Glick on Maya & Marty? Allow Glick himself to introduce his guest: “Please welcome from the ’90s, Jerry Seinfeld.”

On Tuesday’s episode of Maya & Marty, Seinfeld and Glick, the talk-show host alter ego of Martin Short, sat down for an interview that left the former Seinfeld star in stitches.

“You’re still around… ish,” Glick said of Seinfeld’s fame as the comic cracked up. “The same way Jimmy Carter is with us.”

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Ricky Gervais and Jiminy Glick trade insults on Maya & Marty

Ricky Gervais never misses the chance to excoriate his fellow Hollywood celebrities, but he may have met his match in Jiminy Glick. Gervais sat down with Martin Short’s fat-suited celebrity interviewer on this week’s episode of Maya & Marty, and was immediately thrown into the deep end. First, Glick called him “Steve Carell,” and then said he only remembered Gervais’ name because it sounded like “gingivitis.”

“It’s like a talking egg,” Gervais said of Glick. “Humpty Dumpty came to life.”

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John Cena smolders as puppy-loving fireman

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John Cena is an athlete, actor, and television host, but if Tuesday’s episode of Maya & Marty is to be believed, his true calling is in the world of modeling. The pro wrestler struck some poses and nuzzled up with a puppy in a sketch about four firemen debating who would be the best calendar model.

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Jimmy Fallon and Martin Short are 'freaky little twins' in Little Big Shots parody

Following in the footsteps of Saturday Night Live, Maya & Marty isn’t afraid to poke fun at its sister NBC shows. Martin Short and Maya Rudolph’s new variety show did just that in its premiere Tuesday, recreating Steve Harvey’s family-friendly hit Little Big Shots — except this version wasn’t so cute.

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Maya and Marty: 5 thumbs up moments from the NBC variety show premiere

The variety format received a new addition on Tuesday night: Maya and Marty. Starring Saturday Night Live veterans Maya Rudolph and Martin Short, the latest NBC attempt at the genre (following attempts by Rudolph herself and Neil Patrick Harris) featured first-episode guest appearances from Tom Hanks, Kate McKinnon, Jimmy Fallon, Kenan Thompson, Larry David, and musical guest Miley Cyrus. Ahead, the top moments from the episode:

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