Things you didn't know but know now — Amy Poehler is actually Jack Black and the sister of Louis C.K. Will Ferrell was born in a Cancer and was born in 1980. The internet might ask silly questions, but Will and Amy have the serious answers in this autocorrect interview with WIRED magazine.
In a world where everything from your lightbulb to your water bottle can be connected to the internet, eventually, enough is enough. A wifi antenna doesn't make something smart — and often just makes it more of a pain to use than the "dumb" version. This spot for Swedish tech company Semcon reminds us that being smart doesn't mean simply being connected — it has to be usable by humans too.
It's summertime, and summertime means water. And balloons. The Slow Mo Guys ring in the warm weather in the best way possible — with a massive six-foot water balloon.
It isn't exactly Litchfield Penitentiary, but it's pretty close. Piper Snackman has a mission when she comes to Litchfield Academy: Getting the students to snack a little healthier. Sesame Street puts their own slightly softer take on Netflix's hit series in this parody of Orange is the New Black.
Siri, Alexa, Google Home, Microsoft's Cortana — they're great at answering questions, calling you a Uber, ordering food, and a myriad of other useful functions. But they're all terrible and getting a laugh. To put these virtual assistants to the test, WIRED got their best material and took it to a standup comedy club in LA.
When our entire political system is a joke, it follows that comedians would be the people best-equipped to cover it. The bizarre chaos of cable news, with screaming heads desperately trying scream over top of one another, is more confusing and off-putting than helpful — and there's research to back it up. Meanwhile, a healthy dose of satire can sharpen your brain and make you a more critical thinker. Vox looks at how comedians are taking Walter Cronkite's place as the most easy-to-follow source of news.
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Louis C.K. is the next major comedian to join Netflix's roster of stand-up specials. But if you were hoping to get a taste of some his new comedic gems, you're out of luck. Other than the fact that there will be a stand-up special April 4, 2017 — which really should be all of the information you need — this trailer tells us nothing.
Normally, getting medical advice from a comedian wouldn't be a good idea — except when the comedian you're asking is also a doctor. Ken Jeong, with his assistant Louis and a little help from a smartphone, took to Twitter to answer some very complex health questions. Highlights include why doctors test your reflexes and the difference between a hangover and having a stomach virus. Spoiler: it depends on whether or not you drank the day before.
After saving the Earth with The Avengers, Thor decided to take some me time and head back to Australia. We catch up with the crown prince of Asgard and his roommate Darryl to see how things are going. Apparently, there's still a few kinks to work out.
Four years from now, the Trump administration will make a great sitcom — if it doesn't become the most depressing chapter in American history. Brandon Smith took the theme from NBC's version of The Office over clips Trump and his cabinet. While The Office was a comedy, this mashup feels more like a tragedy.
From his tv show to his stand-up specials, Louis C.K. has become the undisputed king of comedy. He has turned joke-telling into an art form. The way he carefully structures and rhythmically relays a story is a thing of beauty. Using one of the bits from his Live at the Beacon Theater show, Nerdwriter breaks down the mastery behind his jokes to reveal what makes Louis C.K. so damn funny.
Right now, your inbox is probably crammed with an insane number of marketing emails. That one account you created to access that one piece of information that you only needed that one time was all it took to open the floodgates. Director and comedian James Veitch describes his attempt to unsubscribe from one such email and how he hilariously fought back when they just kept coming.
Move over James Franco. The man you really don't want to see your daughter with is Walter White. Funny or Die replaced Franco's eccentric tech billionaire character in Why Him? with Cranston's former turn as drug kingpin Walter White. Which means that's Brian Cranston's daughter in the film is dating Brian Cranston's Walter. Which means that every father's worst nightmare is seeing their daughters date someone that's an even worse version of themselves.
We're sorry, Mr. Neeson, but you're slightly over-qualified for this position. And too intense. Way too intense. Liam Neeson shows off his acting range in this audition for a mall Santa, bringing a dose of reality and method acting to the man in the red suit.
We've been waiting 20 years for a new episode of Pigs in Space. Captain Link Hogthrob of the S.S. Swinetrek has come down with a stomach bug, and it's more than just some bad alien cuisine. The Captain, First Mate Piggy, and Dr. Julius Strangepork end up with an unannounced crew mate that likes to hitch a ride in the most uncomfortable of places.
With the passing of David Bowie, Alan Rickman, and Prince, there's been a number of celebrity deaths this year. In the latest Billy on the Street clip, Billy Eichner adds Seth Rogen to the list when he tells bystanders the Sausage Party actor is dead. There's a mix of shock, sadness, and confusion among fans, and an enormous amount of embarrassment and regret from Rogen.
Long live the absurd. Nails that won't be hammered, balloons that smash cactuses — animator Florent Porta created a series of scenes that defy your expectations and make no sense whatsoever.
Plastic bottles by the billions. Filling our oceans, landfills, streets and parks. You may not have to walk naked down the streets of King's Landing, but think about where that plastic bottle ends up before you pick it up.
Imagine Ryan Reynolds being interviewed by Deadpool playing Ryan Reynolds' twin brother named Gordon. Who is a massive jerk. That's what you have here in this excellent interview courtesy of GQ Magazine. Also, a bonus cameo appearance by Jake Gyllenhaal as a boom mic operator, and definitely not GQ's Man of the Year.
To demonstrate just how ridiculous our congress really is, Christ Pine imagines they're a part of your workforce. Like Congress, Leonard is greedy, whiney, and self-serving. The good news is, we don't have to put up with it anymore. All you have to do is vote.
The office prankster. Easily the most insufferable guy at work: wasting your time, wasting office supplies, hiding your stapler — he can make every day feel like an eternity. But thankfully, you're not working with Jigsaw. Having someone eat your lunch feels like a vacation with the world's most masochistic criminal mastermind in the cubicle next to you.
The Chicago Cubs are playing the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 World Series, hoping to end their 108 year championship drought. Legendary Cubs announcer Harry Caray made a surprise stop to mark the occasion with Jimmy Kimmel. The only suspicious thing is that Harry Caray died in1998, and looks a lot like Will Ferrel. Go Cleveland.
Losing a job and looking for work — at the age of 55 and after eight years — is hard. Thankfully, President Obama has Randy in HR to help him prepare for the next phase of his life. When the President steps down this January, he'll have Stephen Colbert to thank for his seamless transition into being a regular citizen again.
It's that time of year — candy, costumes, and willingly putting yourself in situations where you might ruin a nice pair of pants. Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Hart go to a haunted mansion where they show off their best screams — and prove to be the last people you'd want in a zombie apocalypse.
Kevin Hart's new comedy special What Now? is about to hit theaters. While making his media rounds, the comedian stopped by First We Feast for the hottest interview around. Hart talks about his upcoming special, being a terrible life guard, and working as the opening act at a male strip club, all while setting his mouth on fire with the spiciest hot wings on the planet.
Get your pantsuits on. In this Bad Lip Reading of the first Presidential Debate, our candidates turn into contestants to participate in a series of games instead of direct questions. Hillary Clinton and Trump go head-to-head in "Time to Act", "Five Favorites", and "I Can Do This", resulting in a bunch of nonsensical gibberish that was exponentially more entertaining than the original.
Being President of the United States isn't easy — just look at all the grey hair President Obama has gotten over the last eight years. As the President counts down his last few months in office, there's a lot of advice he could give his 8-year younger self. Jimmy Fallon does just that, mashing up two Obama interviews from 2008 and 2016. Don't forget to use plenty of hand sanitizer.
Imagine sitting on a couch with astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson, and you can ask him three questions. What would you ask? Andy Samberg had just this opportunity to pick Neil's brain, and had three questions everyone on Earth would want to ask: Is there other life in the universe, is time travel possible, and does sex with robots count as cheating?