A q&a with Scott Aukerman, whose podcasts, “Comedy Bang! Bang!” and "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakas" have turned the traditional celebrity interview on its head. Aukerman talks about the future of comedy and the TV version of “Comedy Bang! Bang!,” premiering on IFC.
(Little did Zach Galifianakis know that this would be the most awkward episode of "Between Two Ferns" to date.) As has become public knowledge by this point, there are two sides to Chael Sonnen. Two sides that, while vastly different from one another, combine to form a charismatic, well-spoken, yet incredibly polarizing mixed martial artist. Show More Summary
Ad-related videos! This is where we find a bunch of fun clips and loosely associate them with advertising because, hell, everything is an ad for something nowadays, whether it’s promoting a movie as this week’s Between Two Ferns clip does, or promoting tolerance with Foamy the Squirrel. Show More Summary
Did you tune into the 30-minute made-for-TV special of Funny or Die and Zach Galifianakis’ hit web series Between Two Ferns when it aired last Sunday, May 6 at 8:30PM ET before the Second Annual Comedy Awards on Comedy Central? If so,...Show More Summary
Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns had its first big television special on Sunday night. Between Two Ferns: A Fairy Tale of New York was the lead in to Comedy Central's second annual Comedy Awards and featured some great guests like Jon Stewart, Sir Richard Branson and Tina Fey. Show More Summary
The king of Funny or Die brings his web series to the small screen. ... More »
Here’s a clip of Tina Fey sitting down with Zach Galifianakis as part of his upcoming “Between Two Ferns” Comedy Central special. It’s two minutes long and obviously great and you should be watching it right now but I’m gonna type some more so it looks like I did something. Show More Summary
Check out these clips from "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis," where he interviews Jon Stewart and Tina Fey.
Did you watch the 30-minute made-for-TV iteration of Funny or Die and Zach Galifiankis’ hit web series Between Two Ferns last Sunday night on Comedy Central before the Second Annual Comedy Awards? If so, what did you think? Would you have given it a better grade than The Onion’s A.V. Show More Summary
Zach Galifiankis has become the mildly awkward and extremely funny comedic actor that has found himself in the middle of some rather interesting roles. However, it is in his oldest mini-series “Between Two Ferns”, that the actor gets to truly showcase his uncomfortable brand of comedy to those willing enough to get a little awkward. [...]Show More Summary
If you're familiar with Zach Galifianakis' series Between Two Ferns, you know that it's rare for one of his interviewees to gain the upper hand. Chalk this up to yet another reason that Tina Fey is a national treasure. More »
Accustomed to being in the driver's seat on the Awkward Express that is his ongoing Funny or Die web series "Between Two Ferns," Zach Galifianakis met his match in the sharp wit of Jon Stewart and Tina Fey.
Jordan Zakarin The awkwad talk show, born on Funny or Die and brought to television for a pre-Comedy Awards special, finds the "Hangover" star in the hot seat. read more
For fans of Between Two Ferns, the hilarious bite-sized webisodes in which a passive-aggressive version of Zach Galifianakis awkwardly interviews
Good Gawd! So much glorious awkwardness! Sunday night the very first (and possibly only) televised episode of Zach Galifianakis's low budget talk show, Between Two Ferns aired on Comedy Central. In the special, titled Between Two Ferns, A Fairytale of New York, Galifianakis pleased the shiz outa fans by delivering ridiculously uncomfortable interviews with Tina Fey, [...]
In case you missed Zack Galifianakis’s Between Two Ferns special when it aired this weekend before the Comedy Awards, Comedy Central has the whole thing streaming online! Great! Today we are ALL nonsense Comedy Award winners.
The first televised "Between Two Ferns" special, "A Fairytale of New York," aired Sunday night before the Comedy Awards on Comedy Central. Host Zach Galifianakis...
Zach Galifianakis has always channeled a good portion of his energy toward the absurd end of the comedic spectrum, while still reaching mass popularity—seemingly accidentally—through big Hollywood movies, most specifically The Hangover. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart gets between two ferns, from Funny or Die. Mitt Romney tries to win over the Hispanic vote…not cool, dude. Why is he named Mitt Romney anyways? Dead Authors podcast, featuring Nietzsche and H.P. Lovecraft. The latest installment of McSweeney's "The Long Walk: A Column About Washington."