Kiernan Shipka ("Mad Men's" Sally Draper) is once again moonlighting as a child star psychologist on Funny or Die, but this time, she's got some competition -- from the one and only Morgan Saylor. She might only play the much-reviled Dana Brody on "Homeland," but she gives us even more reason to despise her in this Funny Or Die video.

Nineties star Andrew Keegan ("Camp Nowhere," "10 Things I Hate About You") also shows up to pitch a screenplay to Kiernan, and we're not going to lie, we would totally watch "The Madventures of Doug Draper."

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  • Interesting Answer

    "My 12-year-old son had a recent assignment in his 7th grade Language Arts class.  The students were apparently to list what they were interested in currently and what they projected they'd be doing in the future. Check out what my son said what currently defined him under the subheading 'Who You Are.'" - Dawn E.

  • Happy Birthday! Oh Wait...

    "My parents moved recently and while packing my neurotic, semi-hoarder of a mother was going through her "memory bins" [and found] this birthday card that I created for my dad when I was little. Apparently, I gave the card to my dad on his birthday when I was maybe five. The card is especially funny because as an adult I have not been close with my dad and that tension obviously started when I was young." -Amanda S.

  • "The Chase"

    "My son was in the first grade when he educated a classmate on how “the chase” works, with this sincere and heartfelt apology letter.  A simple—yet enlightening—solution was included!" -Teri L

  • Who's The Boss?

    "My sister found this little gem stashed away in the storage room. I'm not sure what prompted me to write this to my mom. I might have been forced to reiterate house rules, or maybe I really did think I was boss. Nicole is my younger sister, who would have been an innocent (yes, even angelic) 4-year old at the time." - Dana S.

  • How Rood!

    "We found this sign posted on our 8-year old daughter's door after my wife sent her to her room to take a nap.  It has forever changed the way we say rude.  It's now rooooood." -Dave and Niki F

  • Adorable Goodbye

    "Here's a letter my mother found some years ago, that I wrote at the age of ten to my grandfather, after his death. I remember feeling guilty that I had missed his funeral, so I wanted to send him a letter to "make things right." - Heather L.

  • Flattering!

    "We love getting mail from our niece. Attached is a scan of the birthday greeting we got from her in May... note the nice flatulence rendering on the drawing of my husband." -Cindy B.

  • Thrilling!

    "I wrote this one when I was five on my own accord. Seems I couldn't finish stories then any better than I can now." -Geoffrey K

  • Start a New Life

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Jenna Scott</a>:<br />He was packing his bag, but was defeated when I told him he couldn't take anything I ever bought him. He opted not to run away.

  • Best Mother's Day Ever

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">SCFolly</a>:<br />Edward was tasked with writing a very personal, heart-felt mother's day card as a part of a 3rd grade school assignment. I'm not sure if the result is a product of poor parenting or a sharp wit!

  • Thanks for nothing, Mrs. Bullwinkel

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Shtooker</a>:<br />My son wrote this thank you note to his good friend's very kind grandmother. He doesn't know I never actually sent it because I could never face her again if she read it.

  • Love is When

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Anna Mae Collver</a>:<br />My son's kindergarten Valentine's Poem.

  • Service Monkey

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Kenrick</a>:<br />Writing exercise from my son in first grade. Sadly, tall homeless people would be out of luck.

  • Calling the Cops

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">momnipotent</a>:<br />I was on the phone with a friend when my 5 year old handed me this note: "If you don't get a water for me I will call 911 or call Daddy"

  • Letter from camp

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Kim Romano</a>:<br />When my son was 9 years old, he sent me this note from camp.

  • Loved as much as cake

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Susan Rathke</a>:<br />My son Stuart would draw me very effusively affectionate drawings while at school almost daily. This one, however, out did them all. Liked as much as cake? That's about the highest compliment an 8 year old could give.

  • A good teacher...

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Nathan Cryder</a>:<br />How true. How very true.

  • Thank you . . . and, oh yeah, will you send some more?

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">patti52</a>:<br />My son Sean, now in his third year of law school, apparently started working on his negotiating skills early on with this "thank you" note to my parents. Never hurts to ask politely, right?

  • Everybody's Favorite Uncle

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">qchistoryteacher</a>:<br />My 4 yr old nephew deiced to make me a card for my b-day, but his adoration for his older cousin merited a shout-out for her on my card. Unfortunately for me, his spelling of Sarah bears a striking similarity to a lesser beloved cultural figure.

  • Clean The Playroom Please

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Liz Crawford Marshall</a>:<br />

  • Tooth Fairy

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">doodledawne</a>:<br />My daughter Emily (6) recently lost her first baby tooth, this is the note she left for the Tooth Fairy in the hope that she could keep the tooth and still get the money (it worked!).

  • "Yor a butt cheecks"

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Maxs-mom</a>:<br />My son got angry that I locked him out of my room(looking for 5 minutes of peace) so he slid this note under the door.

  • My 7 yr old's Spelling Word Association Sketch

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Lorrie Brandt</a>:<br />My 2nd grader's homework assignment each week has him provide a sketch associated with his spelling words. This one is Brilliant!


    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Sakura Harusame</a>:<br />My 7-year-old son left this note on the Community bulletin board in Animal Crossing. He's clearly a big fan of the X-Men.

  • "Ooups" Says the Dog

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Sarah Gorman</a>:<br />My then-five-year-old son created a hilarious rendering of our three dogs. #1 Dog is barking. #2 Dog is farting (note dog's expression and thought word which reads "ooups"). #3 Dog is chewing a kid's toy (with kid saying "no!"). So, according to my son, all our dogs do is bark, fart, and chew things.

  • Wonder Woman's plane is missing.....

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">64AxeMan</a>:<br />A couple of years ago, I asked my daughter (age 7 at the time) to watch her 5-yr-old brother while I was busy with a task. Several minutes later, she handed me this and walked off without a word.

  • To do list

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Crystal Benton Geller</a>:<br />"My six year-old, Elise, made a check list for the day. As you can see, the most important items got done! Sophie is her twin sister that she loves dearly, but apparently was on her bad side for the day". Crystal G.

  • Eternal punishment

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">southridingmom</a>:<br />My son wrote me this not when he was in 3rd or 4th grade.

  • Note to the Tooth Fairy

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Errin G</a>:<br />Written several years ago by my little sister: "Dear Tooth Fairy, I am not very pleased that my tooth is still here after 5 days. Please take my tooth! I would really like it if I could get enough money to buy my hamster something. If you don't come tonight, I will stop believing in you when my teeth come out. In fact, I'm not too sure if you're real in the first place." The picture is "the dead tooth lying under my pillow."

  • FTW

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Chandler Shortlidge</a>:<br />During my second deployment to Iraq, we got a sent a bunch of notes from kids. This one obviously has some spelling issues. Winning an easy chick would be pretty cool though, I guess.

  • Dear Diary

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">MeghMeghMeghMegh</a>:<br />My sister came across this gem while snooping through the diary I kept when I was 8. "Squirt" = my sister.

  • Thank you for the Shart

    <a href=""><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="" /></a><a href="">Katie Grant</a>:<br />My 8 year-old daughter recently wrote this note to thank her friend for the birthday gifts of a Barbie and shirt...or so I thought. However, her note indicates the gift of a "shart." Good to know for when I do her laundry.