Rounding up the least not funny tweets from Comedy personalities and guests from the past week.
 
On last night's Report, Stephen Colbert agreed with author J.K. Rowling's recent admission that the Harry Potter series didn't end right. And it turns out Colbert has some regrets about his own series, as well.

 
Felicia Day was Kevin Smith's guest on last Friday's episode of Spoilers. She should pitch this show idea to all the big networks!

 
On a more serious note, Key & Peele's Jordan Peele opened up about a dark time in his life: the swing revival.

 
Match Game panelist Debra DiGiovanni will be wrapping up her month-long Canada-wide solo tour this coming Sunday, February 9 in Nanaimo, BC. Which means she's been spending a lot time sleeping in—and thinking about—hotels lately.

 
Meanwhile, Chris Locke's new comedy album, The World Is Embarrassing, is currently #1 on iTunes. He should eat a big old cake to celebrate!

 
Speaking of reasons to party, Riki Lindhome won @midnight last Wednesday. She needs to get herself a Tide to Go pen, pull on her yellow sweats, and drink a celebratory glass of shiraz.

 
Or Lindhome could just take @midnight runner up Jamie Lee's advice and embrace the spills.

 
Michael Ian Black was also on @midnight last week. And this past Sunday, he offered a series of enlightening #sportsfacts via his Twitter feed.