AbbiJacobson and Ilana Glazer of "Broad City" stopped by "The Late Show with David Letterman" last night. They shared with the world their newest comedy brainstorm: the art of the microimpression. Why waste time with a series of jokes within the impersonation, when the whole point of impressions is seeing the comedian's version of the person? That's the point the duo makes, as they both share their finest microimpressions with Letterman. Extra points to Jacobson, who does a bit of a bait and switch with her impression.
We're also big fans of Elisha Cuthbert's microimpressions. She has Ellen Degeneres and Renee Zellweger ready to go. And Degeneres must be a fan — Cuthbert is starring in her new sitcom, "One Big Happy."