This Week's Top Web Comedy Video: Top Chef Dads

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If you come from a household where the best thing your father knew how to make was a phone call, Top Chef: Dads is going to seem pretty familiar. And honestly, frozen jalapeño poppers? That's as haute a cuisine as I need.


Full video, including a special appearance by Gizmodo's own Brent Rose, below:

The rest of this week's top web comedy videos, including Jenny Slate finding self-esteem, Billy finding uncomfortable interviews, and Pandora finding a very unusual unboxing, can be found over at Splitsider.

Other highlights from the week in comedy:

- We ranked every single Simpsons Treehouse of Horror segment. All of them.

- We discussed the morbidity of Snuff Box with Rich Fulcher.

- We reviewed Jonah Hill's new animated Fox show Allen Gregory.

- We copy-and-pasted our cover letter and wrote your company's name at the top.

- We took stock of the past ten years' sitcom schedules.

- Conan was in New York! He took a citizenship test, saw the non-masturbating bear, married a gay couple and more.

- We looked at Phil "The Glue" Hartman's SNL contributions.

- We spoke to David Javerbaum about writing with God.

- We guided you through the many, many comedy books out this week.

- We lamented the lost art of the caricature.

- We catalogued the destruction of The Monkees franchise.

- We promised to be your bestie if you watch "Bestie by Bestie."

- We gave you the lost roles of Ben Stiller.

- We asked Todd Strauss-Schulson about his first movie, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.


- We watched the first ever Tonight Show.

- We popped in on the breakout stars of Eddie Murphy films.

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Thanks for that! I now know to stay the hell away from "Jest".