To showcase its sticky bug trap, Japanese company Earth Chemical made a version of the trap that’s 929 times larger. Then they tested it with a “scientist”, a runner and a sumo wrestler. The scientist should’ve at least brought a pole. Or went around the trap.
“Listen up buddy, do NOT text your roommate saying you’re on the toilet. We know everybody does it, but we’ve all AGREED to pretend it’s not happening.” The Late Show asked Twitter users to complain about their roommates and had guest Lewis Black reprimand the offenders.
During the commencement for Tufts University’s class of 2016, actor Hank Azaria decided to conclude his speech with some sage advice, though he did it in the voices of Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum, and other characters he portrays on The Simpsons.
“I swear to god, if my parents make me plan this party like I’m a poor person, I will lose my sh*t. My sh*t will be lost.” Bryan Cranston and Jimmy Kimmel Live! found the thin line between offensive and awkward and straddled it for over 15 minutes in this instant classic.
A group of prep school students is upset that their school has fired their beloved teacher, Mr. Bunting (Fred Armisen), so they’re going to stand up for what they believe in. We won’t give away the punchline, but the payoff is well worth the lengthy setup. Well played, SNL.
A safe for work trailer for the star-studded and decidedly R-Rated animated comedy about anthropomorphic foods who learn the real truth behind their selection from the grocery store – a certain death in the stomachs of humans. It’s like an edible version of Toy Story.
“I thought you had enough things, so I just wanted something for my own.” Apparently, some of Conan O’Brien’s staff had an email group to alert each other of free food so they could get dibs. Guess who’s on that group.
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