This Week's Top Comedy Video: Terrible Babysitters

Entrusting your child to the care of another human is terrifying enough as it is. But when that other human has a Jay Leno fetish? We're talking legitimate horror show, people.


The rest of this week's top comedy videos, including a love poem, a prank call, and lots and lots of gay dogs, can be found over at Splitsider.

Other highlights from the week in comedy:

-Highlights from last weekend's San Francisco Sketchfest include interesting tidbits from the Party Down reunion as well as a look at The State's revival of Sex a.k.a. Weiners and Boobs.


-We talked to Ken Marino and June Diane Raphael about Burning Love Season 2, and comedian Nick Flanagan about his punk rock roots.

-We showed you the 82 best comedies currently streaming on Netflix.

-Zach Galifianakis hosted a star-studded Oscar edition of Between Two Ferns: Here's Part 1 & Part 2.

-We dug deep into David Letterman's self-loathing.

-Chelsea Peretti and Andre Braugher have both been cast in Mike Schur and Dan Goor's cop pilot starring Andy Samberg.


-ABC moved Happy Endings again and Up All Night once more has changed its multi-cam plan.

-We showed you the cool stuff Brody Stevens, Gillian Jacobs, and Steve Agee are making with Vine.


-More than just Skyfall: At a live show in 2011, Paul F. Tompkins and Maya Rudolph covered Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' "Home."

-We took a look at drought humor, and revisited UPN's horrible Civil War-set comedy The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer, Charles Rocket's short-lived SNL career, and the lost roles of Rick Moranis.


-We recommend the week's best podcasts.

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These "Top Comedy" videos just don't seem to hit the mark. One can see where the writers are trying to go with the scripts but they come off more annoying than funny. Maybe it's just inexperience.