1738 posts categorized "HUMOR"

Feb 23 2015
Crystal Balls Of Fury Comments (0)

Raymond Lane

First ep of the new season of Raymond & Lane is here...

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Feb 22 2015
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YouTube

Via Joe.My.God.: Ten years of YouTube viral videos in 16 minutes 'n' change...

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Feb 21 2015
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Birdman

Such a hysterical sendup of Birdman using Big Bird and his voice, Carroll Spinney...

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Feb 18 2015
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50-shades-grey

Hilarious video of a dude caught seeing 50 Shades of Grey...

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Feb 17 2015
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Victoria-Jackson

I object to this piece's argument that Victoria Jackson was kept out of the SNL 40 audience because she is a conservative. There is nothing conservative about her radical beliefs. I mean, they let Sarah Palin in, so that tells you how far off the charts Jackson is politically (and mentally).

She would've been great in the in memoriam.

 
#Winning (Is Everything) Comments (0)

Amy-Schumer

Bill Hader and Amy Schumer star in a new MTV Movie Awards promo that argues Winning Is Everything...

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Feb 16 2015
He Is A Diamond Comments (0)

Mike-Diamond

Mike Diamond is Almost Fameish.

 
So Funny It's Not Funny Comments (0)

Betty-White-Bradley-Cooper

Bradley Cooper (looking exactly like Ryan Hansen) laid one on Betty White during an otherwise interminable skit during last night's SNL 40th anniversary special. It was amusing because they really went for it. The kiss, not the show.

The show was...depressing. Not sure why? It just felt like less a celebration than a memorial service, and I think the black-tie crowd lent to that. Paul McCartney sounded really rough, which didn't help.

I think what really killed it for me is that it had a barrage of fragments from so many amazingly funny skits that put me in the mood to actually revisit them, but instead of offering up vintage fun, it would instead focus on unfunny tributes to some of the show's legendary entertainers. I mean, yay, Chris Rock admires Eddie Murphy...but why couldn't there be something funny for Murphy to then do about that?

And the new live stuff mostly sucked. All the celebs in the world don't make unfunny stuff funny.

I did like those short clips, and I have to say that Bill Murray was hysterical singing the love theme from Jaws.

Rolling Stone has a list of the 141 cast members ranked from best to worst. It would be hard to argue that the Top 3 are undeserving (but Mike Myers at #4???), yet I think Bill Murray belongs at the top. Poor Robert Downey Jr.!

I think the special worked as nostalgia but failed as comedy.