Did you hear the news that Yelp was suing South Park? Or that Breaking Bad was coming back for another season? Neither is true. But you can blame one website for starting these fake rumors: NBC.com.co, a “parody” site with no affiliation to NBC. And NBC wants them to stop.
Internet Comedians Above Average have discovered the secret behind why each of Pixar’s films are a tearjerker: a cutting edge Sad lab that looks into all the best ways to make people cry.
Iron Man/Ironing jokes have been around forever, but I don't think I've ever seen a parody as extensive as this - behold, the full fledged trailer for Iron Can!
This parody makes absolutely no sense until it makes perfect sense. And that moment is when Tony Starch gets outfitted with the Iron Man Iron suit. I mean, the animation is pretty well done throughout the parody but that scene when the Febreze-like spray bottle turns into an Iron just slayed me.
Somewhere, in a long-forgotten vault at Paramount Pictures, there must be an old Betacam tape containing the trailer for the real Top Gun, the version that the executives didn't have the guts to distribute. The one that shows that this is the most homoerotic movie since Ben-Hur. It probably looks like this.
Though parodying Frozen doesn't exactly pack the same punch as it would have, I don't know, months and months ago, it's still makes me giggle to see Homer as a snowman. The other bits of 'The Couch Gag Before Christmas' is basically the same run as last year's. But who wouldn't want a candy cane bong?
Did you ever wonder what A Christmas Carol might look like if the NSA wrote it during the Cold War? And replaced all the characters with Communist icons? Well wonder no longer!
Everyone seems to be making fun of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar as we all eagerly await for it. After the Wall-E parody, here comes a classic: Spaceballs. A hard one to pull, but the Schwartz is strong in this one.
Nintendo's latest all-star brawler Super Smash Bros. hit the 3DS this past Friday - so what better way to celebrate than with this speedy retelling of The Avengers with some of Nintendo's finest?
This video is an hilarious parody of the famous scene of Seven, where Morgan Freeman opens a box with Gwyneth Paltrow's head inside, but told as if it was a conventional unboxing video. I know I probably should't be laughing at this but as a dark humor fan I am indeed cracking up.
In honor of the women from whence we came, SNL aired an absolutely perfect Mother's Day Game Show skit last night. But of all the mom-related jokes, none hit quite as close to home as 'Which of These Emails Did I Send You?'. The winning answer? Fwd: fwd: fwd: fwd: all of them.
The Walley POS-86 is "the most advanced camera ever built." It's impossible to ignore all the power packed in its svelte 25-pound frame. And if you've watched a promo for any kind of consumer technology product in the past 10 years, you'll get a chuckle out of this parody, because they nailed it.
It was only a matter of time. Just a few days after the internet got good and outraged over the wildly absurd, porn-based learn-to-code site Code Babes, we present to you its satirical, equal opportunity cousin. Say hello to Code Dicks.
Waddaup playa, you tired of this 14-hour-a-day Salary Man drudgery? Well, your ticket to the boardroom has just arrived in an easy-to-open cellophane wrapper. Crunch through those delicious flash-dried noodles, rack up a seasoned fatty, and show Elaine in marketing what she's been missing with Boss Noodles.
It was always kind of weird how the Powerpuff Girls never had fingers, and this video by Ryan Higa and Toonocracy shows exactly what happens when the girls realize it. This parody does a pretty great job making fun of the show's most famous elements, and even manages to lampshade an old Abbott and Costello joke. Plus,…
The Talbott family has suffered a tragic loss. Everything the family had saved for years, all of it disappeared in an instant. Now as The Onion reports, they set to the task of rebuilding their lives after the huge setback of a crashed DVR.
After two weeks of hearing about sports you've never cared to follow in the past four years, you've probably wondered why the short track skaters don't just ... you know ... throw a blue shell at the end? And here we can see what would happen if they did.