In the briefest top comedy video yet, Patton Oswalt goes for a good ol' fashioned crabwalk, and gets hit with the oldest punchline (kickline?) in the books. I read Shouts and Murmurs and all, but a good swift kick to the dinglebits remains mankind's finest comedic achievement.

The rest of this week's top web comedy videos, including a locked out Field of Dreams, two gun-slinging Storm Troopers, and a bagged Bobby Brown, can be found over at Splitsider.


Other highlights from the week in comedy:

-The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen was announced, and sigh.

-We looked at the people who were almost cast in the iconic roles on Arrested Development.


-We dove deep into the almost-lost-to-time Ed Grimley Saturday Morning Cartoon.

-Ads for Zookeeper were digitally inserted into reruns of How I Met Your Mother, and it was weird.

-We listed the 20 best single-serving websites on the internet.

-Leno told a Casey Anthony joke that bombed worse than any joke we've seen bomb on late night. Mmmm, schadenfreudey.


-Adam Sandler's Jack and Jill got its first trailer and it's as terrifying as you imagined it would be.

-We revisited and defended the much-maligned MacGruber movie.

-We looked at some of the god-awful movies comedy superstars kicked off their careers with.


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