Finally, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are back together! Starring alongside Seinfeld’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus to mock shows such as Pawn Stars in this video promoting the Emmys.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul play a couple of hicks who run the seedy “Barely Legal Pawn”, and Dreyfus comes in to try and pawn her Emmy statuette, because she wants the money to buy an island, of course.
You may’ve endlessly watched and rewatched the first two Terminator movies (if you’ve rewatched the other two you’re insane), but here’s a few things you might not know about the franchise.
Like, James Cameron once met a Terminator in real-life, who said Cameron would save the planet from intelligent machines by making overlong, humourless movies about blue people.
You might not think of Danny Dyer as a man who sits around contemplating thoughtful haikus—well you were wrong!
And you can thank comedian Tom Rosenthal, because he’s given the world this video of Danny Dyer doing just that—and it’s f*cking quality, bruv.
Cable company Comcast certainly know how to treat their customers like crap, just look at how they dealt with this guy.
After calling them to cancel his service after technicians failed to come and set up the service, he was kindly referred to their retention department. Where he sat on hold for for three hours until a recorded message told him the place had closed. Nice.
After unsuccessfully managing Tottenham Hotspur for 6 hours, coach Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) is back in the states as a commentator.
And he’s just as clueless about the beautiful game as he was when he attempted to be a manager—fortunately, for us, he’s just as hilarious too.
From the very moment this vid begins and a car narrowly avoids hitting a guy on a bike, it’s wince city all the way.
If you set up a camera filming your face as you sat through these close calls, you’d probably find you’re pulling all kinds of strange expressions.
A Cappella fella Peter Hollens covers the somewhat depressing but engrossing “Gollum’s Song” from The Two Towers.
What’s impressive about is that he’s just one man, yet manages to do both awesome vocals and badass effects too.
You may or may not have heard of Snuff Box, a pretty awesome sketch show which starred Matt Berry and Rich Fulcher.
And if you haven’t, it’s time to get introduced with this sketch where Matt and Rich find Elton in their recording studio. Bad move Elton, bad move.
It’s the 21st century, so soon we will be inviting robot slaves into our homes to help us with all those jobs we hate doing—like raising children.
So meet Geebo, the family friendly robot! Well, he’s sort of family friendly, if killer robots are something you don’t might looking after your loved ones.
Guus ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier think that GIFs deserve to be seen in more places than Tumblr and Buzzfeed.
So they’ve taken to to the streets of London, displaying them on crossings and traffic lights in custom frames to make the public double-take as they go about their business.
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