The dream of the ’90s is alive!
The dream of the ’90s is alive!
From Scorpion Salt to a Cock-N-Balls Doughnut.
Portland, Ore., is known as a haven for progressive culture. So why does it seem like police consider rappers and their fans a threat to the city’s specific brand of weird?
On declaring social bankruptcy. (Fully aware of the irony of sharing this on BuzzFeed and across all mediums described below.)
The dream of the 1890s is alive in Portland.
Be prepared to get seriously earwormed!
No one woman should have all that power.
According to the Portlandia Activity Book, written by Fred Armison and Carrie Brownstein. Notice they put a bird on Conan’s moon.
Pour boire votre café avec style et rester éveillé lors de vos nuits blanches devant « Game of Thrones ».
“Are you in a cult?”, “How to crowdfund your baby,” and other fun activities from the folks behind Portlandia.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what TV needs more of. Find out what Anna Faris, Fred Armisen, and Dan Bucatinsky are craving.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
They are everything you hoped they would be.
You know, aside from selling out.
The Portlandia star and member of riot grrrl royalty plays a slew of kooky characters in a credit card advertisement.
Turns out it’s just like the show.
Face it: you’re not going outside this weekend. Lucky for you, you have plenty to watch.
On the plus side, Portlandia has created the Fart Patio. On the other…
Dave just doesn’t understand how the very compatible stars of Portlandia aren’t dating each other.
We’ve all been there. Inevitably, somebody you know (or used to know) invites you to donate to their cause via Kickstarter. Sometimes it’s a completely legitimate goal that you want to contribute to — and other times… well, it’s more like this:
This is what happens when a band gets no respect. In this clip from this week’s episode of “Portlandia, it was Kristen Wiig’s band that bombed — and everyone must pay.
This week’s “Portlandia” explored Carrie’s inner anguish as she watches her iPhone fall to the ground in slow motion. Pretty sure I’ve had the exact same thinking every time (out of the many times) that I’ve dropped and ruined an iPhone, too.
And who would be a better expert on the subject than the relentlessly cool star of “Portlandia?” Recently, Fred spoke to MTV about the definition of the world “hipster” and wound up proving anyone who has ever deemed themselves to be one dead wrong. (via read.mtvhive.com)
Just a friendly reminder that the cast of Portlandia also happen to be rock stars. Here’s Fred, Carrie, Mirah, and Thao performing the finale at the San Francisco stop on the “Portlandia Live!” tour.
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are back. Thanks to the wonders of the internet, you can already view the full first episode of “Portlandia” days before it premieres on IFC. Plus, Details has exclusive behind-the-scenes photos that Carrie took.
The Saturday Night Live and Portlandia star was invited to speak at the graduation ceremony of Oregon Episcopal School in Portland. It was sweet and earnest and funny all at once (“swearnesty”). (via ifc.com) View List ›
This show is very, very funny.
It doesn’t even premiere until January 21st, but here’s the first full episode of Portlandia. The internet is bountiful and generous today. View List ›
This is the first we’ve seen of “Portlandia,” the forthcoming Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein show on IFC. View Media ›