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All day long I search the vast interwebs for pictures and videos that contain one or more of the following: tits, puke, bodily harm, racism, bacon, someone failing at something, cats, or drugs.
And while I love my job I have to admit that every once in a while I get the urge to stray off the beaten Tosh.0 path and just post something really cute.
Because when it comes down to it, I'm still a girl with a pink cell phone and a desire to cuddle.
The first few times I came across "Marcel The Shell With Shoes On", I ignored the video because I figured it wouldn't be right for the Tosh crowd. Then I finally watched it. And now it is my favorite thing ever.
There's no puke but there is a talking shell in shoes. And the shell is really, really funny. Watch it. Love it. And when it's over, you can go back to scratching your junk while burping up last night's beer. Deal?
Twilight's Ashley Greene told Fandango she's thinking about getting into comedy. And thank God, because who else can fill the gaping hole left by the rest of us females? NO ONE.
"Comedy is something that I'm definitely looking to get into. I had a little taste of it and I do intend on going to classes for it because I think it's a different muscle, and it's hard to find female comedians. … You've got, like, Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz and that's it."
That is it. I'm going to name all the female comedians I can think of: Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz…gah! I'm out!
And Jen and Cam are both, like, what, 50? In 10 or so years they'll have to start competing with Meryl Streep for the elderly love rom-coms.
But somebody has to make The Bounty Hunter 2: Love Happens In Vegas! Ahh!
Hurry up with those classes, Ashley. The fate of Gerard Butler's career is in your hands!
Man, Nick Gomez is comedy! Am I right? Brilliant audition.
You know what would be great? If Chris Klein and Nick Gomez filmed an audition tape together! I'm going to start a petition to make that happen. It would be pure comedic gold ? the kind of gold Jay Leno melts down to use as car rims.
Who thinks Mandy Moore is an angel of angels? Raise your legs!
Conan O'Brien announced via his Twitter account this morning that he is going on a "half-assed" comedy tour across the country. Yay!
The tour started in 30 cities and he's already added 2 more so that's good news in you live in Florida, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, or any of the other less fortunate states. Additional tour cities may be coming your way soon! Also, get out. Get out now.
Coco's tour site promises a night of "music, comedy, hugging, and the occasional awkward silence". It sounds exaaaactly like an episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, minus the comedy part.
What do you think? Will you be getting tickets for Conan's tour? And don't say you don't like half-assed comedy, because that would be a lie. Unless you've never actually seen Tosh.0 and you just happened upon this blog by mistake.
I don?t know what all the fuss is about. Lost doesn?t seem that confusing.
I mean, I?ve never seen it but by the looks of this promo I?d say it?s a simple coming-of-age comedy series.
The main character is the fat guy. His gay lover is the one with the glasses. They move to L.A. and join a band. In their free time they do yoga, go to luaus, and cruise around town with the good-looking Asian guy and the little hairy one.
Seems sort of like Entourage meets Friends and How I Met Your Mother.
I think I?ll start watching. I?ve been looking for a fun, lighthearted series and the plot seems easy enough to follow that I can just jump right in.
I don't care what news source you've been using to follow the developments between NBC's late night shows; I've found the news source to trump them all. Just watch the video above and learn what you need to know about Leno, Conan, and NBC in a few short minutes. Don't worry about details, they leave some of it up to you and your own imagination. And if the Internet didn't exist, no one would be able to see this treasure, so thanks for that, world wide web. You're so good to me.
Daniel's been making good use of his time while he waits for news episodes to air October 8th @ 10/9c on Comedy Central. Have you?
How many guys in black shirts does it take to install a lighting fixture? Three! You forgot the guy who has to film the two of them completely messing it up. But why? What goes through his head when he decides to videotape his friends doing this? "Installing a lighting fixture! Better get this on tape. Something really breathtaking might happen."
Or, maybe it's a fake. Maybe this was an intentional shot at some slapstick. In which case, I can't believe we're still using the Buster Keaton ploys of the silent film days — in fact, we're still speeding up the clip. A hundred years of comedy development later and the only thing that makes this any funnier is the bandanna on Charlie Chaplin's head. Can't we get a little more cutting-edge? Then again, I was the one who opened this rant with a lightbulb joke.
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