While it's been hard to top John Oliver's Daily Show coverage of the World Cup, Funny or Die's Almost Twins came close with one of their elaborate "high-five" videos for the occasion.
The Webby Awards tradition is to keep the speeches to five words each. In my mind, the winner of that contest was Zach Galifianakis -- this was classic Galifianakis anti-comedy.
Conan O'Brien and his "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television" tour rolled into New York City this week for two sold-out shows at Radio Cit...
Right off the bat this past Monday, we were hit with one of strongest Funny or Die videos in a long time. Check out that and others!
For those of you who are news junkies, then you, like me and many others, are saddened when you hear the word Jerusalem, the city of negative spiritually, religious tension, and embarrassing political news.
Chances are you liked the very funny PSA about California school budget cuts with Megan Fox. It was all in a day's work for writer/director Eric Appel at Funny or Die.
Unfortunately, judging by your response to our video about the crisis in California schools with Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green and 90 fifth graders, you aren't fighting tooth and nail for California's future.
In today's club scene a dilettante hipster can get paid four or five thousand dollars and show up with their iTunes play list. That's fine and all, but there are these people who used to do this for a living. Called DJs.
Why would Senator Shelby oppose the Consumer Financial Protection Agency and fight against the interests of the people of Alabama? Simple. Cause the banks and credit card companies give him a ton of cash.
On today's Wilshire & Washington: Did everyone enjoy the Jim Bunning Saga of Obstruction? When did acting childish and churlish (and not getting anyth...
I recently had the chance to interview Michael Swaim, Head of Video over at Cracked.com.
How much impact does a celebrity make when he or she donates their name and time to a non-profit? It goes beyond the money.
The biggest Web series news last week was the publicity for The Psyience Detectives produced by Richard Heene, the Balloon Dad. It never got off the ground, so to speak, but the genre will survive for sure.
Is Burger King, of all companies, allowed to make fun of anyone for being fat seeing as they're half the reason for the obesity crisis in this country?
The point is we gotta stop constantly judging other people's sex lives. Unless they produce an amateur sex tape. Then it's fair game. Until then leave Letterman alone!
Could Letterman be reaching for some of Jon Stewart's magic? And do stunt documentaries really change anything? Like the Ferrell video, are they only for the converted?