Paramount released the newest Anchorman 2 trailer Wednesday, giving us the best idea yet of what the movie will be like. Looks like Ron Burgundy and the gang are more or less responsible for the cheapening of journalism in the ’80s, exploiting everything from the crack epidemic to the rise in breast implants for easy […]
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While Karl Welzein is really looking forward to the weekend, Mike Burns, the man behind one of Twitter’s most beloved feeds, @DadBoner, is hustling.
In the latest instalment of his hilarious and uncomfortable web series “Between Two Ferns,” Zach Galifianakis took Canada’s national treasure/embarrassment Justin Bieber to task for being an idiot. Among other things, he questioned Bieber’s statement that Anne Frank would have been a Belieber, his proclivity for peeing in buckets, and his penchant for driving too fast.
Anyone who’s seen Bridesmaids or certain episodes of 30 Rock or Saturday Night Live knows that Jon Hamm is very, very funny. Last night’s ESPY awards gave us several minutes of uninterrupted Jon Hamm comedy, and it is a delight. Watch and enjoy your Thursday.
I’ll be honest: I have no idea how many people are already aware of or interested in Comedy Bang! Bang! Scott Aukerman has been doing a podcast by that name for almost four years — it was called Comedy Death-Ray until May 2011 — and the TV show aired its first season on IFC last year. Is it a hit? Do people watch it? They must, or it wouldn’t have a second season airing starting July 12.
Let’s look at the men who think women should be making them sandwiches instead of, like, literally anything else.
Comedian Billy Eichner’s Funny or Die series Billy on the Street mostly consists of him ambushing unsuspecting New Yorkers with bizarre questions and running off the second they hesitate. Here he is with Star Trek’s Zachary Quinto.
Everywhere Rex Murphy looks, he sees liberal hypocrisy and smugness. Sometimes it’s because latté-sipping denizens of Twitter Café don’t appreciate how friendly the prime minister is, and sometimes it’s because those highfalutin PETA types don’t think you should be able to own an exotic pet in a crowded city. But no matter what the situation, […]
Comedy duo Rhett and Link have a new video up about what thoughtful guys think about, like the first guy who ever shaved and what goes into hot dogs, among other things. All in all, it’s a pretty amusing video.
Globe and Mail columnist Lynn Crosbie has written something that is aggressively bad. It takes Tina Fey to task for being too hot, except she’s not hot at all, or something — and why is she trying to sell us hair dye when she’s so unfunny?