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Jonathan Kunz works as a lecturer at the local art school and Elizabeth Pich works as a freelance comic artist. Since 2011 they joined forces to publish comics together on the internet. Their comics often deal with unfulfilled desires and the tragedy of the modern human condition, featuring such characters as sassy robots, woeful ghosts, and highly-skilled dogs.
Chrissy Teigen Workout. LOVE magazine’s model-a-day advent calendar is impossible not to click.
We’ve enjoyed Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and assorted other beautiful women partake in playful, seasonal, scantily-clad fun (which occasionally gets weird). But day 16 ... was a problem. Look, we have absolutely zero issue with Chrissy Teigen channeling an 80s workout video. Or enjoying a glass of white wine. Siyi Chen: The World Makes Fun Of Trump. When did you first fall in love with Kate McKinnon? Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images According to critics, Kate McKinnon is the breakout star of Ghostbusters.
But that’s not news to anyone who’s seen an episode of Saturday Night Live over the past four years (or any of McKinnon’s earlier work on the web series Vag Magazine or Logo’s Big Gay Sketch Show). McKinnon consistently acts circles around her costars, with energy, goofiness, charisma, and dimples that make her eminently crushable, at least according to most people who work at Slate. Bad Lip Reading Of First Presidential Debate Is Quite A Mouthful. 25 Funniest, Sickest 'Rob Lowe Roast' Burns - Rolling Stone. He's made friends, enemies, some memorable Eighties movies, loads of Tiger Beat covers, a didn't-see-that-coming comedic comeback and a few notorious sex tapes — and now, Rob Lowe can say that he's truly arrived, because Comedy Central has roasted him.
Joining the ranks of Hugh Hefner, Justin Bieber, Flavor Flav and this guy, the former Brat Pack heartthrob willingly stepped up on the dais with a bullseye on his back, as everyone from roastmaster Jeffrey Ross (dressed as Purple Rain-era Prince) to Jewel (?!?) Laid into him with the most offensive zingers imaginable. And as is the custom with these take-no-prisoner events, everyone one onstage was fair game. Folks made jaw-dropping cracks about Pete Davidson's dad dying on 9/11, the size of Peyton Manning's head and host David Spade's career choices.
As for Ann Coulter, the conservative blowhard with the pained smile and a new book to promote — let's just say the phrase "human piñata" comes to mind. 25. 24. 23. I'm a Good Person - Rachel Bloom (Explicit) - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Kate Beckinsale Pulled an Epic Prank. Who knew Kate Beckinsale pulled the prank to end all pranks?
On The Graham Norton Show, the actress explained that inspiration struck when she was in a hotel room with a male companion who had the bad luck of falling asleep before her. And, as she says, closing your eyes when Kate Beckinsale is nearby will never end well. Feeling uninspired by some of her recent sleep prank antics like gluing beards on people and drawing tattoos, Beckinsale said, "I was still after the rush. " Spacey & Fallon: MasterClass Junior. Here's Where To Watch All 403 Episodes Of 'The Joy Of Painting' With Bob Ross. Huffingtonpost. Huffingtonpost. Watch George Carlin and Bill Hicks Call Bullshit on the American Dream. People knew early on that George Carlin was an anti-establishment comic.
He hosted the very first broadcast of Saturday Night Live and turned what could have been a family-friendly monologue into a searing indictment of American culture. Bill Hicks followed in the same tradition, eschewing the easy laugh in order to rip apart our national myths and expose the often sickening charade of democracy we see in popular culture and mainstream media. Between these two, we get what is undoubtedly the most important social satire since Mark Twain. 89 percent of the American public distrusts the government. Unfortunately, much of that distrust is either faked or suppressed. Below is a highlight reel of these two counter-culture heroes’ best deconstructions of the American Dream: Government Does Not Exist for the People: Freedom Is An Illusion George Carlin states his view on the government plainly: “I have certain rules I live by. “Go back to bed, America. The Drug War Is An Abomination. Top 10 Times David Letterman Made Right-Wingers Look Like Idiots.
It’s been hard to write or say anything about David Letterman’s impending retirement that doesn't sound like hagiography.
This is a man who was my comedy hero in first grade and remains my comedy hero to this day; a famous person who is probably more responsible for the kinds of things I find funny than anyone I’ve ever met in real life. There have been roughly a bajillion adulatory pieces written about Letterman since he announced he was retiring a little over a year ago, and every single one of them was deserved. Because for more than 30 years, Letterman has been just that goddamn good. To tick off a (very incomplete) list of things he brought to late-night television is to run down an inventory of groundbreaking and often half-baked ideas that ultimately made comedy goofier, weirder, cooler, and above all, funnier. Pets and humans did brilliantly stupid tricks. 1. 'The Daily Show' Looks At The Legend Of 'El Jebe' Jeb Bush.
The Republican party has two candidates with Latino roots seeking the presidential nomination, but on Wednesday night's "Daily Show," host Jon Stewart and correspondent Al Madrigal found a third GOP "Latino" candidate.
Madrigal dismissed senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz as part of a "snooty subset" of Latinos because they're Cuban. "They're like the WASPs of the Latino world," Madrigal, the show's "senior Latino correspondent," said. But there is another. Adopting a thick accent straight out of an old Western -- and with a toothpick in his mouth -- Madrigal told "the tale of the legend of a candidate for president who speaks fluent Spanish and has a Mexican wife who raised Mexican children and regularly eats Mexican food.
Secrets of the female pickup artist: There’s an art to asking strange men for sex — and not getting shot down. There’s a viral video making the rounds with a very simple, if unusual premise: An attractive woman walks up to men on the street and asks them if they want to have sex with her.
It’s a candid camera gag by the prank-happy YouTube comedy channel whatever, and it’s the second time they’ve done this shtick: Two years ago, they had a man proposition 100 women for sex (he was rejected 100 percent of the time) and then had a woman proposition 14 men for sex (she was rejected 50 percent of the time). This go round, they had the same woman proposition 100 different men and her success rate — if it can be called that, given the circumstances — was a low 30 percent.
Despite our cultural bias that men will sleep with anything with a pulse (or, hell, even without), it’s not too surprising that she was rejected by the majority of the guys. Her cuteness and belly-shirt aside, there is something odd about approaching a stranger in the middle of the day to say: “Hi, my name’s Andrea. Watch the real Michael Bolton re-enact scenes from “Office Space”
Amy Schumer talks body image and Bill Cosby in a hilarious feminist stand-up set. Watch 15 Magically Awkward Seconds Roll By While A Man Panics After Accidentally Insulting America. Jon Stewart hammers Fox News’ non-stop anger: ‘Even watching it is killing me’ Jerry Seinfeld, Joel Hodgson Talk 'Mad Men,' Ketchup And Nostalgia On 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' On the latest episode of "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee," Jerry Seinfeld's longtime friendship with "Mystery Science Theater 3000" creator Joel Hodgson is revealed at a diner in New Jersey.
The two comedians have made their mark in very different ways, but as you watch them casually drive to New Jersey in a VW Karmann Ghia, it becomes clear that they are cut from the same cloth. "I remember when you only had one car," is how Hodgson sums up how long he's known Seinfeld, and it shows. Seinfeld mentions their early friendship in the 80s when the two discuss how they were obsessed with "Mad Men" back then, before the show existed.
All they wanted to do was be advertising guys in the 60s, mostly so they could have bars in their offices and drink at lunch (a shared dream of all men of a certain age, they suspect). Once they reach the diner, the conversation flows between the human compulsions to organize and be nostalgic to the newly designed ketchup bottles with the cap on the bottom. Bill Murray Mixed Up by Eclectic Method. Lewis Black To Joy Behar: 'Democrats Are Like A Big Tortoise That's On Its Back & Can't Get Up' Deval Patrick emboldened the Democratic base during his rousing Tuesday-night convention speech by proclaiming that it was time for the party to "grow a backbone. " Judging by Lewis Black's comments on tonight's upcoming "Joy Behar: Say Anything! " on Current TV, he agrees. In this exclusive clip from the interview, Black tears into the Dems for being all talk with little action, and the incessant summertime saber-rattling of both parties.
Get Your War On: Charlotte. Hope and Change 2 - Barack Obama: It Could Have Been Worse - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 09/06. Jimmy Fallon's Mitt Romney Apologizes To The 47% Mitt Romney's & Barack Obama's Secret Videos - The Colbert Report - 2012-19-09. Comedy vs. anti-science: 10 amazing videos that show how humor can make a difference. Open Thread. Jimmy Fallon Olive Garden Parody Is Spot-On. Olive Garden announced last year that it was getting rid of its famous slogan, "When you're here, you're family. " But the slogan isn't just going into the tagline graveyard -- it has found a new home. Last night, Dave George, the president of Olive Garden, "officially" signed away the slogan to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. It was an Olive Garden-Fallon love fest, in which all the audience members got free t-shirts with the new slogan and $100 gift cards to the restaurant.
The best part of the segment occurs in the last minute, though, when Fallon and The Roots premiere a spot-on Olive Garden parody ad. It's all there -- slightly goofy wardrobe choices, incessant laughter, cheesy dialogue, endless breadsticks and more. Open Thread. 'Twerkgate' Revealed. 'Joking Bad,' Jimmy Fallon's 'Breaking Bad' Parody, Is Truly Stunning. Happy Birthday, Louis CK! 23 Timeless Truth Bombs He Gave Us. Today is Louis C.K.'s birthday. Louie's had a good year: He decided to take a well-deserved break from his brilliant show "Louie" to recharge his batteries, and got a role in a Woody Allen movie. The importance of vacation and rest is just one of the lessons Louie has taught us over the years. Bill Maher Reads John Boehner's 'Drunk Tweets.
Monty Python’s 10 best sketches. 'Devil Baby' Prank Scares The Bejesus Out Of New Yorkers. Hear a baby crying in an unattended stroller on the street? Of course you should investigate it. Just be warned that said baby might be part of a viral marketing stunt that will scare the living bejesus out of you.
The folks at Thinkmodo rigged this remote-controlled stroller with a demonic animatronic infant, replete with the ability to headbang, vomit, and just look downright possessed: When the Thinkmodo team took their creation to the streets of New York, many a Good Samaritan fell victim to the devilish prank, and the reactions are priceless. (Our favorite reaction is at the one-minute mark.) You might remember Thinkmodo from their last viral video creation: the telekinetic coffee shop prank in Manhattan, which, as it turned out, was a promotion for the movie "Carrie. " Gorbachev Threatens 'Daily Show' Reporter For Asking Him To Rebuild Berlin Wall. The Sochi Olympics have done little to improve the uneasy feelings many Americans have felt towards Russia since the Cold War.
Sid Caesar and Nanette Fabray: Argument to Beethoven's 5th. A bunch of celebrities bet that Jimmy Fallon would not be the “Tonight Show” host. Former “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon debuted as the new “Tonight Show” host with some serious star power on Monday night. As Fallon settled into his new desk, the “SNL” alum and former “Late Night” host paused to thank his fans. “Can’t believe this is really happening,” he said. “I’m really sitting here. Teens Are Totally Weirded Out By 'Weird Al' Yankovic. Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. "Presidential Hopeful: Ronald Reagan" Stewart Lee - Osama Bin Laden's Death. Jim Carrey spoofs Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln commercials on “Saturday Night Live” Stephen Colbert Rarely Broke Character. But When He Did, It Was 100 Percent Hysterical.
Cracking up at the wrong time -- it can happen to the very best of us. Just ask Stephen Colbert. For 10 seasons, the talk show host -- masquerading as a right-wing conservative on "The Colbert Report" -- almost never broke character. But once in a blue moon, even he succumbed to the hilarity of his own jokes. In the 14-minute supercut above, released in anticipation of show's very last episode, which airs Thursday, watch some the comedian’s best bloopers on the show. Opie & Anthony - Louis CK fucks with callers for 30 minutes. George Costanza's Greatest hits. Enigma in a Twinkie: Best of Newman. Louis CK Donald Rumsfeld Lizard O and A. Jon Stewart Figures Out What's Really Going On In Sarah Palin's Bizarre Iowa Speech. Jon Stewart found a lot of odd moments to cover during the Iowa Freedom Summit, from Sen. Ted Cruz channeling Ned Flanders to Texas Gov. Rick Perry channeling Howard Dean. Film Actors Guild (F.A.G) - Team America: World Police.