“Sunglasses! Why are they called sunglasses? They block the sun!” We haven’t heard much from Pete Holmes since his show was cancelled. But you know who really wants to be heard? New Material Seinfeld. Watch him try out his jokes on Pete.
A classic standup bit (and some not so classic animation) from comedian Pete Holmes about the curious tradition of encouraging kids to beat papier-mâché animals senseless with a baseball bat in the hopes of receiving free candy.
(NSFW: Language) A video from a couple of years ago in which comedian Pete Holmes and Chris Thayer each ate a spicy habanero pepper before conducting an interview. We can only imagine how it might have gone with ghost peppers.
For their latest Realistic Mario clip, The Pete Holmes Show shows us exactly why it’s a bad idea to wander around and eat strange, colorful mushrooms off the ground. At least he didn’t eat any fire flowers – those are a really bad trip.
Pete Holmes tries to get Blanka approved to fight Zangief, while the hairy green guy tries to explain that he’s human, and not a monster so he doesn’t have to fly as cargo in a crate outside the airplane. A troll is a type of monster, no?
(NSFW: Language)Pete Holmes imagines how a particular scene from the first episode of BBC’s Sherlock would have played out if the consulting detective still had his ego but not his uncanny talent for deduction.
The Pete Holmes Show envisions a world where Mario and Luigi live in a more realistic Mushroom Kingdom… where man and dinosaur live in harmony… or not. Also, if this were truly realistic, wouldn’t the blocks just fall and crush them all?
Street Fighter Ryu (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) must meet with standards and practices before he can dish out his Shoryukens and Hadoukens. Another hilarious sketch from The Pete Holmes Show. BTW, it’s Tatsumaki Senpukyaku! We think.
(NSFW: Language) When he had Conan O’Brien as a guest on his late night show, Pete Holmes mocked Conan’s dance move. A ballsy move, considering Conan is one of his show’s executive producers. Pete came out on top though.
“When people say their baby is at home safe, and she’s not in an actual safe, is she really safe?” That’s the premise behind this ridiculous fake product from The Pete Holmes Show. It’ll definitely cut back on all that annoying crying though.
(NSFW: Language) “Those are bird wings, just huge and on a man.” After getting rid of Wolverine and Gambit, Pete Holmes’ evil Professor X turns his attention to Angel, who henceforth shall now also be known as Bird.
(NSFW: Language) Superman proposes that he and Batman team up. Batman proposes that Clark shove his proposal up his butt. We hate to say it, but the idiot is right. Hands down the most hilarious of Pete Holmes’ Badman sketches yet.
(NSFW) Comedian Pete Holmes points out why the coolest X-man is also one of its weakest. Wolverine’s not this dumb, but the point still stands. To be fair, compared to theseguys, everyone in the Marvel universe is useless.
(NSFW: Language) Comedian Pete Holmes milks the world’s reaction to Ben Affleck being cast as Batman for all its worth by replacing Affleck’s character in Good Will Hunting with his bizarroBatmanBadman.
Comedian Pete Holmes came up with a way to embody both the plight of people who can’t afford to be hospitalized and the frustration of doctors who have to deal with freeloaders who just want to get their hands on drugs.