Tina Fey, Aidy Bryant, and Kate McKinnon have tapped into your subconscious and know that you already think they’re your real-life best friends. Their sketch on Saturday Night Live in which they impersonate a HAIM—which was cruelly cut for time—continues the fantasy by casting them as ride-or-dies who will stop at NO…
Funny or Die began streaming a 50-minute parody biopic titled Donald Trump’s The Art Of The Deal: The Movie to coincide with Trump’s victory in New Hampshire.
Meet Oscar the Grouch's new buddy "Mucklemore" who stopped by Sesame Street to rap about the beloved character's sad hoarding tendencies.
A car dealership in Oak Lawn, Illinois has made the absolute most batshit crazy viral video and of course it's a spoof of "Dick in a Box." You will either love this video more than any other video spoof ever or you will cry to the angels to free visions of it from your brain. Enjoy!
Many people believe that a day will come when all hell breaks loose and all civilization goes to shit—a veritable doomsday. But let's be real. That day comes every year, and it's called Black Friday. This silly trailer from Nacho Punch truly nails the psychological thriller that is shopping on Black Friday.
You might actually go insane if you tried to count all the adorable food puns in Sesame Street's latest parody, Star S'Mores.
It's about time someone did a send up of Kevin Spacey's utterly terrible yet still endearing Southern "accent" on House of Course. Of course it had to be noted skit-giggler Jimmy Fallon to take on the two-time Academy Award winner in such a devilishly perfect way.
Here's what Beyoncé's "Partition" would sound like if Beyoncé had student loans: "Sallie Mae pay off my tuition please…"
The title— In N Out Mission — is a little clunky, but the rest of this In N Out-tailored parody of King B's Partition is on fucking point.
Well, it was inevitable. The music parodies of the not-t0-be-released-for-another-ten-months film Annie are already trickling in, and so far the film seems to be inspiring comedy greatness.
I normally don't like these types of parodies (I'M WEIRD I KNOW) but this one was pretty cute. The parody, produced by Alison G. Vingiano, Paul Gale and Daniel Hubbard imagines what it would be like if the film Her had been made with a male character as the sultry computer voice.
You thought Santa forgot, didn't you? Well, he was just a little busy with some stuff. Sorry. But here it is, better late than never for you to enjoy and laugh at.
As an ashamed devotee of ABC's The Bachelor franchise, I've seen my share of humor videos parodying the show. And I'm happy to report that this one — featuring such gay boyfriends as George Takei, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Lance Bass — is the best one yet. In fact, if The (Gay) Bachelor were a real show, I'd watch the…
And also very half-naked.
And that woman combs her hair with a fork.
Watch all the way through for the (excellent) twist ending!
If anything deserves a good mocking, it's Brad Pitt's new Chanel No. 5 ad, in which the actor rambles, "It's not a journey. Every journey ends. We go on. The world turns and we turn with it. Plans disappear. Dreams take over. But wherever I go, there you are: My luck. My Fate. My Fortune. Chanel No.5, Inevitable."…
Finally, the lame "scandalized yet?" tone of CBS's sitcom sex jokes gets a send-up from the Upright Citizens Brigade's Leila Cohan-Miccio and Brandon Lisy. Because when you think "CBS," you definitely think, "intercourse!" CBS ain't no virgin T.V. network. From Two and a Half Men to 2 Broke Girls, that's like four…
It's been a while since we had a truly glorious Steven Meisel satire for a Vogue Italia cover editorial. In the past, the famous photographer has set his sights on celebrity rehab centers and extreme plastic surgery, but lately he's delivered more covers inspired by old movies and the 90s. Which is fine, but sometimes…
This parody ad for "Fotoshop" cosmetics comes to us from filmmaker Jesse Rosten. Rosten says, "I was watching TV one sleepless night and stumbled upon an infomercial for some beauty product. The commercial showed before and after portraits, that to my eye, looked like the same photo just photoshopped. I laughed to…