Kristen Wiig’s Paula Deen impression on last weekend’s Saturday Night Live cracks us up, but it also grosses us out. Watching her chow down on a dish of butter is as nauseating as her sketch is funny, but it’s worth enduring a few gag-inducing scenes to see her hilarious plug for “Paula Deen’s Paper Towels,” a special roll of 8-ply paper towels meant to de-grease your biscuits and soak the fat off of your bacon. If you missed SNL over the weekend, check out our favorite clip: More
Topic: Videos that Crack Us Up
When it comes to exploiting breast cancer for monetary gain, how could we expect big tobacco to be out of the loop? Upright Citizens Brigade imagines what it would look like if cigarette companies got in on breast cancer awareness. Honestly, we wouldn’t be surprised if we saw pink cigarettes popping up around the country, along with pink vodka bottles and pink Doritos. More
If you missed last night’s Women of SNL retrospective on NBC, put this clip on your essential watching list: We don’t even watch Real Housewives , but their perfectly done spoof of the Housewives reunion shows cracks us up. Plus, we’re fans of any sketch that puts Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Anna Gasteyer, and Cheri Oteri all in one place (and calling each other gah-bage, too). More
Sean Penn and Zach Galifianakis â€” er, we mean his twin brother, Seth â€” sit down to discuss important issues like Lakers’ games, Speed Stick, and Sean Penn’s charity work in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. For about a split second.
Gary Busey’s fantasy civil suit is one of the more “creative” ad campaigns for an energy drink we’ve seen in awhile:
Kristen Bell, Sigourney Weaver, Betty White, and Odette Yustman “chat” about their upcoming film, You Again: You Again Cast Fight from Betty White
Finally, a show that combines our love of action-packed, gun-slinging shows with steamy steamy hospital dramas! Our prayers have been answered.
Tom Brokaw (Chris Parnell) and R&B crooner Aaron Neville (Horatio Sans) take a minute to discuss the future of American energy. We’ll start stocking up on cocoa butter now.
Dan Maes, the Tea Party-endorsed candidate running for governor of Colorado, said that the recently launchedÂ Denver bicycle program is all part of a master plan to make Denver a United Nations community. While he swears that he has no issues … More
Tina Fey hasn’t been rich and famous forever. Like many of us, she’s had to lower her standards to make a buck. Which is exactly what she did in this 1995 commercial for Mutual Savings Bank. We knew there must’ve … More
If we weren’t already enamored enough with Sweden for giving us Alexander Skarsgard and theÂ Treehotel, this video surfaced and sealed the deal. We’d like to leave for Stockholm tonight. Where are our dancing policemen, America?
We’re pretty impressed with this young lady’s ability to parallel-park her training-wheeled bike so perfectly and quickly. We doubt we could do it, and we’re at least two decades older than she is. It took us shamefully long to learn … More
Today’s video games are pretty nuts. Everything is wireless and 3-D and crazy. Not that we didn’t enjoy playing all the old-school Atari games of yesteryear, but now they’re so intense that StarFox, Q-bert, and Frogger just seem â€“ boring. … More