1. Weird

    Flight Attendant Turns Safety Demonstration Into Comedy Routine, Because Flying’s Not Awful Enough Already

    Commercial air travel is one of the worst, most frustrating ways to get around. Southwest flight attendant Martha Cobb decided to mix things up and turn her in-flight safety briefing into a comedy routine. She got laughs, so at least some of her passengers were into it, but please -- other flight attendants -- don't start doing this.

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  2. Entertainment

    Billy Eichner Is Really Excited for Easter and the 10th Anniversary of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

    Easter is this Sunday, but it's also been 10 years since Mel Gibson release The Passion of the Christ. That has comedian Billy Eichner very excited, so he took to the streets of New York in an Easter Bunny suit to scream questions at strangers in this clip from his brilliant show Billy on the Street.

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  3. Entertainment

    Pete Holmes Has Some Bad News for Ken in Latest Street Fighter: Red Tape Sketch

    In the latest episode of the Street Fighter: Red Tape sketch series from The Pete Holmes Show, Pete has some bad news for Ken about his application to be in the next tournament. It turns out they've already got a Ryu.

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  4. Entertainment

    Comedian Hannibal Buress Just Got a Bunch of People To Wrap Themselves in Toilet Paper on Twitter

    To promote his new special Hannibal Buress: Live From Chicago premiering on Comedy Central Saturday night, Buress held an impromptu Twitter contest asking people to wrap themselves in toilet paper. Sure enough, people did it, and here they are.

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  5. Entertainment

    The Latest Episode of The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People Tackles Religion

    Smart people always thinking they're so smart with their smartness. The. Worst. Right? As a stupid person it's nice to have this webseries from Above Average to guide us through dealing with smarty pants know-it-alls who think they know everything about religion.

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  6. Entertainment

    Review: Hulu’s New Original Series Deadbeat Tries to Combine The Sixth Sense With The Big Lebowski

    Hulu showed off the first episode of their upcoming original supernatural comedy series Deadbeat at SXSW, and I got to see it. I've been really impressed with some of Hulu's other originals like Moonboy and especially the wonderful The Wrong Mans. How does Deadbeat hold up?

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  7. Entertainment

    Patton Oswalt Turns Thor and Star Trek Into Indie Movies

    The 2014 Spirit Awards were last Saturday, and Patton Oswalt lightened up the evening with a sketch pitching the Indie-Izer, an app that "takes any big budget Hollywood crowd-pleasing blockbuster and turns it into a micro-budgeted mumblecore digital download.”

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  8. Entertainment

    (Nearly) 1,000 Miles With Comedian Jay Black

    In the world of comedy, between struggling open-mikers and sitcom-having headliners, there are guys like Jay Black. His isn't necessarily a name you know, but you should. I spent a (very long) day with him recently as he traveled to perform at Edinboro University, and we talked about comedy for almost 1,000 miles.

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  9. Entertainment

    What Did the First Wave Look Like? Probably Similar to This Cartoon

    Jon Friedman has an Internet program on the world wide web called The John Friedman Internet Program (On the World Wide Web), and the latest episode illustrates what the first human-to-human wave may have looked like. Enjoy!

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  10. Entertainment

    New Official Comedy Sketch Acknowledges Our Deep Desire to Smell Like Elon Musk

    We can all agree that if Tony Stark were real, he'd smell great. Elon Musk is basically the real life Tony Stark, so of course he should have a fragrance, and of course we would want it. Unfortunately, this is just a comedy sketch, and it doesn't even smell like anything. Still. We love it anyway.

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  11. Entertainment

    BriTANick, AKA the “Eagles Are Turning Peoples into Horses” Guys, Are Getting a Movie Deal

    Good news for people who love surreal comedy! Brian McElhaney and Nick Kocher of BriTANick fame have been optioned by Lionsgate to direct, produce and star in their own movie, according to a Variety exclusive. We can only hope that it ends up being as weird as their Youtube videos.

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  12. Entertainment

    Siri Tries Her Hand At Dungeon Mastering Again in A Game Of Dungeons and Dragons [Video]

    It's been a couple of months since Nick Douglas introduced Siri to the world of Dungeons &Dragons, and since then she's gotten a lot better at understanding the whole "fictional power fantasy" thing that makes D&D so great. Too bad this time around, Nick isn't taking the game very seriously. Well, too bad for Siri. For us, it's great.

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  13. Gaming

    Gamers Confess Their GTA V Crimes in New Comedy Sketch by The Second City

    People do some heinous stuff in Grand Theft Auto V. It's all in good fun, but for some people the virtual crime can weigh on their real conscience. Or at least these comedians from The Second City pretend it does in this new sketch video where they confess their GTA V atrocities. Pause your game and enjoy for a few minutes.

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  14. Entertainment

    Professor X Fires Wolverine in New Sketch by Pete Holmes

    Wolverine is everyone's favorite X-Man, right? Wrong. Turns out comedian and newly minted talk show host Pete Holmes thinks he's stupid and useless, so Holmes slapped on a bald cap and sent Logan packing in this new sketch from The Pete Holmes Show.

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  15. Entertainment

    Netflix Continues Original Comedy Special Trend With Marc Maron’s Thinky Pain Out Today

    Netflix has been stepping up its original content efforts and recently announced it would focus on comedy specials. They kicked off with John Hodgman's wonderful Ragnarok, and today they're continuing it with Marc Maron's new special Thinky Pain. We like what you're doing here, Netflix.

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