Wednesday, August 10, 2011

CONAN: Aziz Ansari on '16 and Pregnant'

Aziz Ansari continues his rant against babies and comes up with a way to make 16 and Pregnant less depressing.

FUNNY OR DIE: Jon Benjamin and David Cross 'Jew Them Up'

From the season finale of Jon Benjamin Has a Van, "Jew Them Up" with Jon Benjamin and David Cross.

Retweeted Links of the Day

All the best links that were worth retweeting today on @GotchaMedia.

This attempted jumper at 30 Rock had nothing to do with 30 Rock. [@BuzzFeedFeed]

Fox News bans the one gay GOP candidate from tomorrow night's Iowa debate. [@Wonkette]

The New York Comedy Festival 2011 line-up is here. [@thecomicscomic]

Say goodbye to Lopez Tonight, just don't blame Conan. [@laughspincom]

Tim Pawlenty has a potty mouth. [@TheAtlanticWire]

There's a petition to allow Bert to marry Ernie. [@videogum]

Colbert Super PAC for Rick Parry

Stephen Colbert is using his Colbert Super PAC to screw over Rick Perry in the best possible way: by telling people to write in their vote for Rick Parry at the Ames Republican Straw Poll in Iowa this weekend.

Tim Pawlenty is Obsessed with 'Traditional Marriage'

Play the "traditional marriage" drinking game with Tim Pawlenty and get very drunk.

COLLEGEHUMOR: John Stamos Cuddles with Bob Saget

Bob Saget portrays the role of "the woman" in John Stamos' guide to cuddling.

CONAN: Steve Carell Tests the Waters

Before committing to being a guest on Conan, Steve Carell checks out the situation.

FUNNY OR DIE: Paul Rudd's Marketing Pitches to Harvey Weinstein

In Funny or Die's latest piece of meta-marketing, Paul Rudd pitches his ideas on how to market Our Idiot Brother to Harvey Weinstein.

JIMMY KIMMEL: Al Gore's 'An Inconvenient Truth' Sequel

Inspired by Al Gore's angry rant from the Aspen Institute, Jimmy Kimmel made a trailer for what a sequel to An Inconvenient Truth might look like.

COLBERT REPORT: Stephen Colbert Embraces The Cloud

Stephen Colbert replaces his memory with The Cloud in last night's The Word.

DAILY SHOW: Jon Stewart Defends Michele Bachmann

Newsweek's Queen of Rage cover gets Jon Stewart to defend the normally photogenic Michele Bachmann.

"You used that photo in a petty attempt to make Michele Bachmann look crazy. And that’s what her words are for.”