Larry David reprised his role as Bernie Sanders and even got to act alongside the Democratic presidential candidate while hosting NBC's Saturday Night...
After 40 years, parody king 'Weird Al' Yankovic is finally getting his own action figure with vintage Al and current Al heads.
This is the best Pepsi "commercial" we've seen since, well, Cindy Crawford also starred in the original version. James Corden debuted a reboot of the classic 1992 ad during a post-Super Bowl episode of "The Late Late Show" Sunday night. Show More Summary
No, Von Miller did not celebrate his Super Bowl MVP award by going to a strip joint (and saying “Fck You Disney), like we said earlier. That was a parody. The actual way in which Miller celebrated the Broncos’ championship was by hitting up Grand Nightclub in San Francisco with his teammates and Lil Wayne. […]
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD. NOT THAT YOU CARE ANYWAY, BECAUSE IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN "STAR WARS" YET YOU'VE ALREADY LOST AND WHY AM I YELLING?... This is the reason we roam around on this foul-smelling, hazardous space we call the Internet. Show More Summary
One year after his "Let It Go" snow day announcement went viral, a Rhode Island school administrator is canceling classes with another amazing parody. Moses Brown School Head Matt Glendinning announced a snow day on Feb. 5 by channeling none other than Adele. Show More Summary
Though we hate to admit it, with school-age kids, Valentine's Day isn't about us anymore, it's all about them - and the Valentines we seem to be putting together for them at midnight before the class party. Because for some reason, no...Show More Summary
His IQ isn't high. He and his family don't quite fit in with the community. The p0lice don't like him. And he had been exonerated for a crime once before... It may sound like we're describing "Making a Murderer" subject Steven Avery,...Show More Summary
When it comes to certain bits of pop culture ephemera, the internet is never satisfied. Its hunger is never sated. There is always one more parody, one more mashup, or one more deeply ironic remix to be done. Take as an example “Gimme...Show More Summary
We thought Sunday night's Super Bowl 50 brought in enough fashionable moments from Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and, of course, Blue Ivy. But during the broadcast of "The Late Late Show with James Corden" that followed, the host presented a comical bit inspired by Cindy Crawford's legendary 1992... Continue reading
We can all agree: Nothing makes you want a Pepsi more than staring, open-mouthed, at a beautiful woman. (Also, in this scenario, you are two little boys who are hanging out in a gas station.) Such was the conceit behind Cindy Crawford’s classic 1992 Super Bowl Pepsi ad. Last night,... More »
Cindy Crawford gets back into the white tank top and denim short shorts to film a parody of her iconic 1992 Pepsi commercial alongside James Corden. The funny clip aired during The Late Late Show with James Corden‘s post-Super Bowl special on Sunday night (February 7), 24 years after the commercial debuted during the big [...]
Live versions of movie musicals are all the rage right now (witness recent hit Grease Live), so it was inevitable that Saturday Night Live would take aim at the trend once again. Inspired by the rumors that there could be a Dirty Dancing Live, cast member Jon Rudnitsky took the opportunity to use "Weekend Update" as his audition. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney pleaded vegetarianism.
Larry David was the host last night on Saturday Night Live and one of the sketchs during the show was “Bern Your Enthusiasm”, a hilarous election parody of Larry David’s HBO show Curb Your Enthusiasm where Larry David played Bernie Sanders as the Larry David character from the show. Despite his friends’ (Bobby Moynihan, Cecily […]
Last year, SNL debuted a pitch-perfect parody of sexist Super Bowl commercials with the Totinos kitchen activity pack for women, and seemed like they were making a sequel on last night's episode hosted by Larry David. Except, it turns...Show More Summary
All week SNL/Bernie combo fans have been anticipating a return to the set by the presidential hopeful and his best impersonator Larry David. Alas, no Bernie appearances occurred in the cold open, but there were plenty of drop-ins by the senator throughout the show to satiate the burn. Perhaps the funniest…
VideoThe season's best Super Bowl ad might not be an ad at all. Jame's Corden's parody of Cindy Crawford's 1992 Pepsi Super Bowl ad, which will air after the game, promises to top all the real ads. Why did he pick this ad? Because, it's arguably the most iconic Super Bowl [...]
One of the best sketches from this Saturday Night Live was “Bern Your Enthusiasm,” which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: An episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm starring Bernie Sanders (that is: Larry-David-as-Bernie-Sanders). The...Show More Summary
On the Larry David-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live, the comedian combined his beloved HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm with his spot-on impersonation of Bernie Sanders for a masterfully orchestrated parody titled Bern Your Enthusiasm. The sketch envisions what would happen if Sanders' grassroots campaign was combined with David's Curb neuroses, with the...