Even as a child, I thought the idea of TV stations abandoning their programming on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in order to show a continuous loop of a burning yule log was absurd (thank you, Channel 11). But now that absurdity gets a dose of timely awesomeness thanks to this Darth Vader Yule log (thank you, guy with lots of time on his hands). Nothing says “Happy Holidays” like a burning corpse!
It was cut for time, but since we love all things Ryan Gosling, it’s been released online.
The sketch isn’t necessarily laugh-out-loud hilarious like the sketch with Ryan and Kate McKinnon as alien abductees, but the level of specificity in which it spoofs ABC TGIF-style shows (we’re looking at you, Family Matters) is a marvel.
LANGUAGE NSFW. Because it’s “Anaconda.” Duh.
The creepy seems far less creepy when it’s sung by a Grammy winner.
One of Saturday Night Live’s best sketches of the past season was the spoof of Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein Ads with Kate McKinnon as The Biebs. SNL knows this was pure gold, so they just released the outtakes (above)… and they’re just as funny and ridiculous as the original sketch (below).
There’s an upcoming Full House Lifetime unauthorized behind-the-scenes tell-all, the upcoming Netflix re-boot called Fuller House, and now the San Francisco Giants have done a shot-for-shot remake of the opening credits called Full Clubhouse. We as a nation officially have Full House fever!
The Donald held office before President Lisa Simpson was elected, and he apparently left the country bankrupt.
I feel your pain, Fox Orlando’s John Brown, I feel your pain.
The Sam Smith photobomb is amazing because the people are aware it’s happening, but NOT aware that Sam Smith is the one doing it (despite being at the concert venue where Sam is doing a show). The Hugh Jackman one is amazing because the newscaster doing the story seems totally unfazed by it, as if it’s something Hugh does to her all the time.