“Everyone has something they want removed from the Internet.”
Plus a supercut of Vince Vaughn whining, China’s first generation of stand-up comics, and the woman who says a hawk is stalking her chihuahua.
Just try not to dance along to this awesome supercut.
A treat for the feet.
If Anderson Cooper loves breaking news so much, why doesn’t he marry it?
This will never get old. Thanks, Jimmy Kimmel!
Ousted acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller had a pretty lousy day in front of the House Ways and Means Committee.
Plus a bizarrely funny supercut of Robert De Niro crying, a new use for Tetris, and the 10 most ridiculous anti-drug PSAs of the 80s and 90s.
Further evidence that Peter Dinklage is the best thing about Game Of Thrones.
The icon of modern British politics could always be counted on to give the chaps in the media scrum a good soundbite.
There are a few cable news folks out there who feel the need to mention Elizabeth Colbert Busch’s brother before —and sometimes instead of— her name when talking about the Democratic candidate for South Carolina’s 1st congressional district.
Wait, what? Did we just collectively block out memory of this?
Plus the oddly cute sound spaceships make when they dock, Game of Thrones house sigils for websites, and puppies just because.
Westeros is full of potty-mouths. NSFW language, obviously.
All her deadliest moments in one brief and bloody mashup.
An ode to the sword-wielding zombie-killer in all her glory.
One of the best parts about this show was the alternate endings to the theme song. This supercut collects most of them for your nostalgic pleasure.
This supercut will leave you feeling a-a-a-a bit un-e-e-easy.
These poor people.
Surprisingly, CPAC did not play Patsy Cline as LaPierre exited the stage.
Because, let’s be real: who doesn’t want to see a supercut of cats saying “hello”?
Some people are jerks. And a lot of those jerks have internet access. See how some of those jerks wake up their “friends.”
And by exasperating, I mean wicked hilarious.
More like supercute.
85 years of movie magic finessed into a golden, 4-minute supercut. Edited with aplomb by Nelson Carvajal.
Why? Why not?
Youtuber Dan Meyer (who’s also a math expert) compiled a collection of scenes from movies & TV shows where characters take the art of mathematics down a peg or two.
This is probably the best/most important video on the internet.
If this supercut doesn’t get you pumped, nothing will.