Alan Partridge, one of the greatest comic characters ever created, is not the type of guy you think would like necking ecstasy every weekend to go raving.
And, well, he doesn’t but in this clip from ‘Alan Partridge’s Scissored Isle’ he accidentally takes some and it sees him stripping to his vest and dancing until 8am—then he has to go interview the mayor of Manchester on a comedown. LOLS!
The whole Jimmy Savile reveal after he died was both shocking and not so shocking, because it was suspected about him all along.
In this compilation it shows various comedians and comedy shows making blatant jokes about him being a paedophile, which makes it all the more troubling that he got away with and died before he could be brought to justice.
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.
In a segment from Live at the Apollo from a few years back Phill Jupitus hilariously discusses his teenage daughter having her boyfriend over to stay for the night.
It all begins with his wife telling him their daughter’s planning a sleepover, but then he soon discovers it’s not going to be any ordinary sleepover. And it gets worse from then on.
So Eurovision is over for another year and Ukraine won it—but as cheesy and bad as it might have been, just be glad ISIS didn’t do a number.
In this sketch from Israeli comedy show ‘Eretz Nehederet’ they imagine just that, as the terrorist group take to the stage to perform their song ‘Boomtzi Boom complete with beheadings, ABBA beheadings.
Whatever happens in contemporary politics you can guarantee that it’s been spoofed by classic BBC political sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
Take for instance this clip from the episode State of Education, where the PM wants to make some important changes to the education system but Humphrey doesn’t think it needs it. It’s basically what’s happening now with the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs).
On Conan O’Brien’s TV show Elijah Wood expresses his fear of home invaders and the horrible consequences of such a thing.
However, also on the show was Bill Burr who tells Elijah what sort of weapon (a .22 he recommends) he needs to use to dispatch of that home invader, without causing hearing loss or too much damage to his property.
If Donald Trump starred in Guy Ritchie movie, this is how he would sound, which doesn’t make what he’s saying any more palatable, but still.
Peter Serafinowicz is responsible for this piece of comedic brilliance, which is also worrying in that it somehow makes him sound smarter.