Tag Archive | comedy

Reason #7 Why I Miss Having Cable: Brickleberry

Brickleberry is a new animated series that premieres this Tuesday, September 25th, on Comedy Central.  It centers around a crew of dysfunctional forest rangers who work at a second-rate national park that might be shutting down, unless a new ranger can inspire them to save it. Daniel Tosh (Tosh.O) produced the show and is also […]

Because It’s Will Ferrell’s Birthday

Will Ferrell makes me poop in my pants. That’s how funny I think he is. From his SNL impressions of George Bush, Robert Goulet and Alex Trebek to his classic roles as Frank “The Tank” in Old School, Ron Burgundy in Anchorman and many more, he consistently exponentiates the laughs in everything he touches—no matter how […]

Jack McBrayer: The Mayor of Simpleton

‘What if there was a black bar on the lower half of your TV screen that kept you from seeing bad things—like nudity…or soccer?’ With his gummy smile, slight southern accent and guileless persona, Jack McBrayer is an unsung hero of hilarity. He steals every scene he’s in, no matter how small the role.  Optimistic […]

Mortified LA: ‘I Wanted To Crawl Into a Hole and Die…’

Admit it. In junior high, you scrawled prose on the pages of spiral-bound notebooks to divulge your innermost thoughts: the longing for your crush, the fact that you hated school…or, if you were me—bad, original rock lyrics that made Poison ’s seem profound. To 12-year-old you, these words made perfect sense. But if you were to […]

The Roadie with Danny McBride

First off, Danny McBride can do no wrong. From The Foot Fist Way to Eastbound & Down, he rocks. Add Jack Black to the equation, and it’s a cocktail of comedic genius. Leave it to Funny or Die to mix this one up.

Handle It: “Between Two Ferns” Hits Comedy Central

From inquiring if Natalie Portman shaved her “V” for vagina to mouth-raping Will Ferrell and groping Michael Cera inappropriately, Zach Galifianakis is the ultimate inept talk show host on “Between Two Ferns.”  Now, he’s created a half-hour episode of the show, featuring interviews with Sir Richard Branson, Tina Fey and more, called “Between Two Ferns:  […]

Because It’s 4/20: My Favorite Scene From “Half Baked”


Because It’s Glenn Howerton’s Birthday

If Glenn Howerton was celebrating like his character “Dennis” from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, it might play out like this: Dennis decides to transform Paddy’s into a club for one night, pay an ex-con $200 to work the velvet rope and tell him to only allow hot chicks inside, so he could bang the three hottest ones […]

Because It’s Paul Rudd’s Birthday