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I'm on the Internet all week. So when the weekend hits, I pull my router out of the wall and enter a two-day red wine and Valium-induced coma. I ended my workweek by putting "Friday" on Facebook, I shut down my computer and that was that.
But the Internet keeps rolling while I snooze, and a star was born. The original vid racked up over 2 million views. And here we are on Monday and Rebecca is still a trending topic on Twitter.
The web was flooded with earnest acoustic covers, remade music videos and all sorts of remixes.
Certainly it would be remiss of me to not provide at least a glimpse into all the fervor for those who didn't get their Rebecca Black fill over the weekend. So I've put together a round-up of some of the best and most bizarre "Friday" covers.
But then I think it's time to lay this one to rest. I was even inspired to write some parody lyrics of my own for a song called "Monday"…
It's Monday… Monday… I don't give a fuck on Monday…
Everybody's lookin' forward to the next thing… next thing…
Tons of links after the jump…
The Fine Bros showed a group of kids popular viral videos then filmed their weird, funny, cute (and sometimes racist) reactions.
Boy do these kids say the darndest things! Like, in reference to killing innocent civilians in Afghanistan: "Who cares about them! They're not Americans!"
Young America! FUCK YEAH!
Please enjoy this mash-up of some of the best moments in Web Redemption. And get excited to see all-new Internet legends right their wrongs starting June 2nd!
Tay Zonday, the mastermind behind 2007's viral hit "Chocolate Rain" has released another song on YouTube called "MUSICOLIO" and let's just say it's no follow-up to a video with 49 million views.
I am afraid Tay has fallen into that trap that so many celebrities do. They make one blockbuster and then they're all like, "I'm Cuba Gooding, Jr., I have an Oscar. Check out my latest film, Daddy Day Camp. It's a sequel to an Eddie Murphy comedy!" You know that trap? Yeah you do, Nicholas Cage.
I hope Tay can find his Chocolate Rain magic again before the Internet dismisses him as a one-hitter.
T.Z. should stick with the deep manly-voiced singing we all know and love him for. Also, if he's figured out how to breathe without leaning away from the mic then I'm just not interested in watching.