Some of the best voice actors teamed up at the 2012 Emerald City Comic Convention to dub the original Star Wars trilogy. Dr. Zoidberg as Luke? Christopher Walken as R2-D2? We’re in.
The who: you. The where: office. The what: no. 2 as your no. 1 priority. We’ve all been there – er, we know someone who’s gone through it. This book would’ve helped that person a lot.
Andy Samberg (Saturday Night Live, Lonely Island) was a guest speaker at Harvard’s 2012 commencement. He used all of his tricks, but it still seemed to be the longest 21 minutes of his life.
With time running out and the score at 4 to 1, the losing team decides to win over the crowd by replacing one of its players with a kid. This should now be a standard rule across all team sports.
A reporter who was sent to cover a sandstorm shows up late to the big event, so relies on a bit of last-minute improvization to prove he was there. Unfortunately, the camera doesn’t lie.
In Soviet Russia, every house sleeps in its own dog. At least that’s what we think is going on here with this pup who doesn’t quite grasp how a doghouse is supposed to work.
While we think this diminutive fire truck is cute, we’d surely be hoping that there’s some backup on the way if our house were on fire – unless we lived in a dollhouse, in which case we’d be okay.
Peter Griffin takes on his archenemy, the giant chicken (and his clones) in this 5+ minute-long battle to end all battles from this season’s finale of Family Guy. Who will win?
Super Street Fighter II gets upgraded with a new weapon – the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device. It makes us think that a Portal Gun should be standard issue in all games. (Thanks Steve!)
(NSFW: Language) This Korean to English language video means well. Unfortunately, mispronunciation results in a horribly embarrassing situation for the teacher. Maybe she should have gone with Pepsi.
A French man is blindfolded by his buddies and told he’s about to make a 50-foot bungee jump off a bridge during his bachelor party. Fortunately, he didn’t dive in head first.
Scott Scheidly’s Pink Series features portraits of infamous male leaders, villains and a pope, all drawn in a shocking, childish feminine style. A “commentary on power, masculinity and satire.”
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