The King of Song Parodies looks to become this week’s King of Pop - in a typically off-beat way.
"Imagen if Senfeld on TV today?" is a question often posed by @Seinfeld2000, an alternate universe of Seinfeld characters in contemporary situations told through garbled English and meme-ready Photoshop renderings. Now @Seinfeld2000's creator has invented his own 2014-appropriate language to communicate with fans: Seinfeld Emoji. Read more...
A parody on pop culture and bad grammar, Weird Al's video for "Word Crimes" has gone viral on social media. With the catchy tune fresh in our minds, here are our favorite grammatically inspired Etsy finds this week. READ MORE »
The buzz around "Dear White People" has flourished since its introduction at Sundance. Much of which can be accredited to a bundle of trailers and public announcement parodies released on the film's YouTube page. The newest trailer,Show More Summary
We implore "journalists" asking for comment to A) read our profile B) read more than one of our tweets and C) Google "Dorothy Rabinowitz." — Bike Lobby (@BicycleLobby) July 22, 2014 To be fair, we don't reveal we're a parody account until the second line of our profile. pic.twitter.com/fnS8um2tgO — Bike Lobby (@BicycleLobby) July 22, … Read More
Who replaced the American flags on top of the Brooklyn Bridge with two white flags? We don’t know who did it but we know who didn’t do it: The Bike Lobby. The Bike Lobby, a parody Twitter account, claimed responsibility for the white flags on the Brooklyn Bridge earlier this morning. The tweet was picked […]
We get it, it's a 24-hour news cycle, and we need traffic! So what happens when a mysterious white flag replaces the American flag on top of the Brooklyn Bridge? If you're The Grey Lady, you might ask questions and call up police departments...Show More Summary
A love story in black and white. Horizontal POV shots in bed. 25 minutes of out-of-focus butts. Yep, you're watching a French movie. Watch the parody trailer for "L'Amour Du Du Ja Gotye," courtesy of Skootch Comedy, above. And no, that's definitely not how you say "A Little Love" in French, my little treefrog.
Mistaken For Strangers, one of the year’s best documentaries, tells the story not of its ostensible subject—excellent rock band The National—but of the relationship between brothers Matt and Tom Berninger, the latter being the singer of that band. Show More Summary
Weird Al Yankovic wants your company's synergy to pivot efficiently towards not using buzzwords. The parody songster has turned his attention toward satirizing corporations and their board room jargon for his new music video, "Mission...Show More Summary
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The comedian and musician on everything from his early days to Robin Thicke to finally becoming beloved
Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez have been compared their whole careers. So as the Yankees Captain goes on his farewell tour and receives adoration from fans and players across the league, one must wonder what kind of reaction would A-Rod receive?
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has posted this video on Youtube promoting the NASCAR race Sunday at the track. Hard to imagine how they could have come up with something more directly aimed at the lowest common denominator. Turn the volume down on the device you’re going to view the video on or your head may […]
How could I possibly NOT share Weird Al Yancovic’s latest song called Mission Statement: I mean, look at it. It parodies both business jargon and those ubiquitous RSA-style whiteboard videos. Brilliant. The sad thing is that his parody lyrics are only slightly less comprehensible than some actual mission statements I’ve seen :)
This is one way to twist a classic tale! Snow White gets a gangsta makeover with the help of Victoria Justice, Iggy Azalea's rhymes, the Seven Thugs, and a whoolllle lot of twerking. Ch-ch-check out the silly parody…AFTER THE JUMP!!...
As part of the “Eight Videos In Eight Days” installation for his new album Mandatory Fun, “Weird Al” Yankovic debuted his video for track “Lame Claim To Fame” today. Already premiering parodies of pop heavyweights such as Pharrell, Iggy Azalea, Lorde, and Robin Thicke, Weird Al doesn’t poke fun at celebrities this time around but, rather,... More »
"Weird Al" Yankovic's week of mandatory fun wrapped Monday with the release of "Mission Statement."
In the age of YouTube, when everyone races to create a parody the minute a song gets popular, who knew there was still such an appetite for the original song-parody king? “Weird Al” Yankovic is back with a new album, released last week — and despite the Internet being filled with satire tunes, the singer is […]