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This Week's Top Web Comedy Video: Sh*t Nobody Says

We've seen Sh*t Girls Say and its many variations, and they were all funny and good. But I think we can finally pull the plug on montages of grab quote stereotypes. There's no way we're going to beat Sh*t Nobody Says.


I'm thinking about ditching my iPhone for Boost Mobile. Seriously, do better. I dare you.


The rest of this week's top web comedy videos, including an aggressive street team, a not-so-quick clip, and Beyonce's baby's fans, can be found over at Splitsider.

Other highlights from the week in comedy:

- After Stephen Colbert hypothetically beat Jon Huntsman in South Carolina, he's making preparations to run for President.

- We unraveled the enigma of @Horse_ebooks.

- We gently bequeathed to you a guide to television writers and actors on Twitter.


- Did you know Family Matters had fan fiction?

- We released a message to the public regarding our candidacy.

- We wondered just what makes the team behind Spaced work so well together.

- We enjoyed an excerpt from Chris Gethard's A Bad Idea I'm About to Do.

- We remembered Joe Piscopo's time on SNL.

- We examined the comedy of cultural collisions.

- We brushed up on our history with the early days of Comedy Central.

- I wanna watch I Wanna Have Your Baby!

- We reviewed the best Alan Partridge biography of 2012.

- We dug up the lost roles of Tina Fey.

- We reveled in the strange variety show that was The Woody Allen Special.

- We fixed NBC's Thursday night scheduling problems.

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I'm all tingly just thinking of the epic fun to be had this election season with Jon Stewart having a huge amount of SuperPAC money at his disposal to make ads on any political issue he sees fit, all while knowing some of the best writers and researchers to hire.