In this great CollegeHumor video, Hugh Jackman pokes fun at his body, singing prowess, and X-Men fame. (But the very best part was the bit with his headshots.) More
Joel McHale, Donald Glover, Alison Brie, and others ask you to save… Greendale. Because even a campaign against their cancellation is in-character. More
My high school was a Catholic private school, where the religious kids were the most popular and there wasn’t much of an arts scene. I was agnostic and into geeky things, so I didn’t hang out with the popular kids. Little did I know, however, that we were virtually the same people! Or so CollegeHumor says. Their new video “Religious People Are Nerds” makes several scarily-logical arguments, like how both social groups get fanatic about their beliefs and take their rules from bearded men. More
It’s too bad that Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dementors can’t be a real thing, because this guy is killing it with his Guy Fieri impression. Really, it’s fitting that Guy and guest chef Severus Snape are whipping up some polyjuice potion, because these two imitations are both fantastic. You’ve got Guy rattling off his usual rhymes (“This is a funky, chunky, monkey, stunky, stinky brew”) and cooing over the “shredded boomslang skin” — and whoever plays Snape has Alan Rickman‘s sneering drawl down so perfectly that he should’ve stepped in for the Snape flashbacks in Deathly Hallows, Part 2. More
Seven days without Elaine Carroll‘s spoof of Mary-Kate Olsen, Very Mary-Kate, makes one weak. I’m like too sleepy to even press the Publish buttozzzz…Oh hey guys, what’s up? So seven days without watching Very Mary-Kate makes one wezzzzzzzz… (etc., etc.) More
Damn, who invited Ke$ha over for Christmas? You know in Germany, instead of Santa Klaus, they have a story about an evil witch with scary, tacky eyebrows who sings completely in auto-tune, and if you’re not a good boy or girl, she’ll come to your house on December 25th and totally f-ck shit up. More
The Social Network‘s portrayal of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg not only had the rapid-pace dialogue we’ve come to expect from Aaron Sorkin, but the Rashomon style of its director David Fincher (Fight Club, Zodiac). Today, CollegeHumor answers the question no one asked of “But what if, like, Wes Anderson or Quentin Tarantino had directed The Social Network?” More
I love this CollegeHumor video because it combines my two greatest joys in the world: Mad Men and imagining my RA from freshman year totally getting cut down in front of all her incoming students. I mean really: who writes passive-aggressive notes about leaving out the soy milk on your quad’s white board the second day of orientation?
Then again, Don Draper never would have gone to Oberlin. Peggy, maybe.
Incepting Inception – “Inception Characters Don’t Understand Inception” may be one of the most confusing titles for a comedy video, but that sort of sums up how we felt about the movie, anyway. (via CollegeHumor)
[Update: This post is old, read more recent news about relationships here!] We are still peeved by CollegeHumor’s grand plan for a reality TV series called “Married By 30″ that would exploit the desperation of women in their late ’20s to … More