This Week's Top Comedy Video: Sex ToySplitsider1/04/13 10:00pmFiled to: HumorComedy videosVideosketchesComedyFunnySplitsiderRoundupThe stoner channel14EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Remember: It's not the length of the comedy video that matters, it's how hard it makes you laugh. Besides, you didn't want to spend more than five seconds watching a sex toy fly around the room anyway, did you? Advertisement The rest of this weeks comedy videos, including your brain as a gun, Fred Willard as a baby, and a familiar New Year's eve scene, can be found over at Splitsider.Other highlights from the week in comedy: Advertisement - A Fox press site accidentally posted all the episode titles for the new season of Arrested Development.- Paul F. Tompkins released a video of himself performing one hell of a cover of Adele's "Skyfall."- We talked to Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein about the new season of Portlandia. Sponsored - We crunched the numbers on SNL 's current season since we're now midway through.- Wes Anderson announced the full cast for his next movie The Grand Budapest Hotel: Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel, Jason Schwartzman, and of course, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson. Advertisement - We previewed the upcoming batch of winter comedy movies. Some of them look good!- Beloved Community writer Megan Ganz left the show for Modern Family.- We examined Albert Brooks's excellent series of '70s short films. Advertisement - Podcast juggernaut Earwolf is moving into TV.- We recommended you follow Colbert Report writer @DanGuterman on Twitter.- There's going to be a documentary about Dan Harmon's tour of his live show Harmontown. Advertisement Advertisement - We recommended the week's best podcasts.- A Martin Lawrence/Kelsey Grammer buddy sitcom might become a thing.- Jordan Jesse Go's Jordan Morris posted video of a live staged reading of his sitcom pilot Freelance Beatdown. Splitsider is a website about comedy and the people who create it. It covers movies, TV shows, web videos, books and any other format that exists to make you laugh.