Everyone on Earth's immediate reaction when they first saw The Internship movie trailer was holy crap this is terrible. And then holy crap what happened to Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. And then holy crap it's been 8 years since Wedding Crashers? And then holy crap Google haha. And then a sad laughter. And then we never thought about it again.
But The Internship is a real movie that's opening this weekend. As in June 2013. This coulda been great! The Onion astutely made a video showing The Internship becoming the biggest comedy movie in... 2005.
The rest of this week's top comedy videos, including Daft Punk unmasked, Superman arguing about the S on his chest and more can all be found over at Splitsider.
- Jon Stewart hosted his last Daily Show for three months while he goes off to direct a movie and lets John Oliver take over.
- Adam Scott did another Greatest Event in Television History special for Adult Swim with Amy Poehler and Horatio Sanz. We recommended classic subjects for future specials.
- Creator Dan Harmon confirmed he's returning to Community next season, and he's gonna binge-watch to catch up on Season 4.
- USA passed on picking up Happy Endings, but there's still hope. Maybe Hulu or Netflix?
- We interviewed Parks and Recreation's Adam Scott, Kings of Summer director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, newly-minted Comedy Central stand-ups Lil Rel Howery and Cristela Alonzo, Austin Powers and Meet the Parents director Jay Roach, and Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer.
- We made a videolist of Nathan Fielder's best YouTube videos and Canadian TV clips. -FX canceled Brand X with Russell Brand, and HBO's Eastbound & Down is ending its run after the upcoming fourth season.
- We tried to understand Tim Allen.
- UCB announced announced the impressive lineup for this year's Del Close Marathon.
- We looked back at NBC's Ed and the misfire that was Ren & Stimpy's Adult Party Cartoon.
- Nick Offerman wrote a book called Paddle Your Own Canoe, coming this fall.
- We dove deep into Paris's English language comedy scene.
- Kristen Wiig, Bob Odenkirk, Nathan Fielder, and a ton of other people you love are guest starring on Comedy Central's Drunk History.
- We recommended the week's best podcasts, the week's best Vine videos, and the Twitter feed of Michelle Wolf.