Be honest: Up until this summer, you had no idea who the Guardians of the Galaxy were. Seriously, this is a judgment-free zone. No one is going to make fun of you if you'd never heard of Rocket Raccoon prior to the film's release. But that's exactly what the folks behind the "Honest Trailers" YouTube channel are pointing out in their latest creation.
Who's funnier: Julia Louis-Dreyfus or Amy Poehler? That's the question on everyone's minds right now as the holiday season approaches.
Lifetime has released the first five minutes of its upcoming Saved by the Bell expose, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, and it's exactly what you would expect. Well, except for one minor thing.
Come on, you know who Jonathan Lipnicki is.
He's the cute little kid from Jerry Maguire who taught us all how much the human head weighs! Or, well, he was. As shocking as this may be, Lipnicki is all grown up now — and he's poking fun at "former child star" stereotypes in a new video titled "You Used to be Cute."
The Office's Kelly and Ryan are reuniting — sort of!
B.J. Novak has booked a multi-episode arc on The Mindy Project, Vulture.com reports.
Matthew Perry mocks Angus T. Jones' now-infamous YouTube rant against Two and a Half Men in a new Funny or Die video, but the Friends alum also takes a few big shots at himself.
In the video, posted Thursday, Perry urges the public not to...
If you've ever envisioned a Family Guy/Friday The 13th mash-up (and, really, who hasn't?), you're in luck. This Sunday, all five of Fox's animated comedies — The Cleveland Show, The Simpsons, Bob's Burgers, Family Guy and American Dad — will air special blockbuster-themed episodes.
Stephen Colbert says he's been "swept up by a Category-5 Herman Cain."
It's time to get schooled.
In this week's Up All Night, Chris (Will Arnett) and Reagan (Christina Applegate) take baby Amy to a play group, though it's not a playful group. Chris and Reagan are the "aggressive" new parents when it comes to...
Yes, carpooling is good for the environment, but with Glee star Matthew Morrison, it can also be a little hard on the ears.
In a new Funny or Die video, Morrison gives co-star and on-screen nemesis Jane Lynch a ride to work, but insists on warming up his pipes to the radio. Morrison, 32, then proceeds to belt out everything from George Michael's "Faith" and Limp Bizkit's "Nookie" to...
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