“For a younger, younger generation, you’ll also become their first white President. And that’s pretty neat too.” Zach Galifianakis interviews US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. We really hope at least one of these questions was unscripted. Zach, you’re a national treasure.
Funny Or Die
“This fall, discover Bond’s most top secret mission…” Funny or Die imagines a movie where Britain’s best spy and the United States’ amnesiac assassin fall in love. Imagine what Taken would be like if these two were the parents.
(PG-13 Language) Ed Asner and Doris Roberts star in this four minute gem of a video, where the uninitiated can now become educated on what exactly it means to “Netflix and chill.” Has this made it to the Oxford dictionary yet?
Margaret Cho and her all-female writing staff cover every base in sexism and have fun flipping the script on gender inequality, as they take over Hollywood and the entertainment industry in this rather biting video from Funny or Die.
It’s refreshing to know that pop superstar Michael Bolton doesn’t take himself too seriously in this amusing video he’s done with Funny or Die, featuring select outtakes of him playing his eponymous character in Office Space.
(NSFW: Language) Our friends at Funny or Die delve into the scandal at Uber, and discover that the company’s introduction of new programs geared towards driving innovation and dominating the competition is unparalleled.
Just because your partying days are behind you doesn’t mean you can’t continue to rock. See for yourself as the best death and grind metal is gently combined with parenting reminders in this hilarious Funny or Die vid. (Thanks Spencer!)
(NSFW: Language) Funny or Die presents: a movie “based on a conservative fever dream.” The hordes of the LGBT community are coming out… for equality and fair treatment. The revolution will be fabulous.
(NSFW: language) Well, that explains things: Bitchy Resting Face is a disorder that affects millions of women each day; thanks to our friends at FoD, recognition of the problem is the first step to a cure. (Thanks Joshua!)
(NSFW: Language) Alfred Molina plays Arthur H. Cartwright, a critic of an art form that badly needs criticism: children’s theater. He’s out to give these amateuhs a piece of his brilliant mind.
Omar is comin’… to sing you songs about how evil everyone is and we’re all screwed. Hold your boomsticks, this isn’t a real musical. Just D’Angelo and the gang poking fun at the TV series.
FoD’s Billy Eichner went to the Super Bowl for Conan O’Brien to find out what everyone thought of Madonna, and the reactions are pretty priceless. Yup, we think her show was long enough too.