I’d watch if NBC’s version starred Jenna Maroney, that’s for damn sure.
Funny or Die totally nailed it.
These two women playing a crime-fighting duo is a show that needs to happen. For now, settle for this Funny Or Die sketch.
“Can we just watch ‘Frozen’ again?”
If Mad Men has taught us anything, it’s that no good comes from day-drinking in the office.
This Mary Poppins is perfect in every way… except for the fact that she’s grossly underpaid!
Let Billy Eichner school you on everything important from A to Z.
Plus Adam Scott steps into his “Step Brothers” character to bro down for a bit, a vet weighs in on when you should worry about your kitty’s cough, and an insane supercut of pop-culture references from “The Office.”
You know those candy rings are legally binding, right?
Funny or Die became the No. 1 referral site for HealthCare.gov in the hours after President Obama appeared on Zach Galifianakis’ web series, the administration says. The dignity of the presidency emerged unscathed too, according to Jay Carney.
UPDATE: Jerry O’Connell exclusively talks to BuzzFeed about starring in his own art exhibit, #IAMSORRYTOO, that looks eerily like Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY right next door.
It’s like when Kirk tried to get the Enterprise out of that black hole, but, like, with a basketball.
Now 36, the former teen star continues to make bold career choices without shying away from his Dawson’s Creek past.
ABC needs to make this show for real.
Someone still hasn’t jumped on the Kerry Washington bandwagon. Dear lord, this is spine-chilling.
Keep your family away from SLJ.
“Alright, you guys. I like some of you, I hate some of you.”
Watch this Funny or Die trailer to find out. Warning — rainbows ahead.
She also gets her 70s grind on.
The actor-comedian has moved on from “tight butthole” to teaching the men of America how to groom down there. Plus: more on the Pitch Perfect sequel.
A public service announcement about the dangerous individuals that oppose marriage equality. Narrated by your favorite trekkie George Takei and filled with adorable bow ties.
Seriously, can anyone not love this girl?
The younger Franco’s latest Funny or Die video pits him against the 7-foot L.A. Clippers center. And a formidable dancer named Elke the Stallion.
Well, this is awkward. One of you is going to have to change.
Funny Or Die and The Onion take on the actress’s Golden Globes acceptance speech.
Here is a deleted scene from This is 40 in which Maude proves she has a very long and successful career ahead of her.
Another gem from Billy On The Street. Drew Barrymore would like this.
She and Samuel L. Jackson have a “sad off” in this Funny Or Die sketch. And she’s wearing a Les Miserables sweater! (Which I’d very much like to own.)
Just a reminder of how addicted we are to sharing all our private information with the internet.
This puts all of their kissing scenes in Dawson’s Creek, One Tree Hill and She’s All That to shame.