The 5 Most Intentionally Funny Videos This Week
By Jake Kroeger on September 20, 2011
While this video of Jonny Sarhanis having a breakdown (?) on Celebrity Rehab is still going around, we’re having another round of videos that were actually intended to be funny — and are — this week.
To commemorate Funny or Die’s official partnering with comedy podcast network Earwolf, FoD enlisted Earwolf stars Seth Morris (Affirmation Nation w/Bob Ducca) and Kulap Vilaysack (Who Charted?) to explain “the birds and the bees” of podcasts.
Recently staffed to write at Letterman, Jena Friedman continues her hilarious web series chronicling her as Gracie getting hitched to the inimitable Ted, played by the inimitable Ben Kronberg, and her amazing ability to see past all his faults… every single one.
Infomania’s Erin Gibson has being killing it as Michele Bachmann in a series of videos for Funny or Die. If only political discourse could be this fun all the time, young people would vote more.
NYC based comedian Nick Turner makes his late night TV debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Watch and see why this’ll be only one of many stand-up appearances to come for Turner.
What can I say? The Midnight Show puts out a damn fine product, which happens to be, this week, a PSA on caution while you’re driving and maybe saving the world.