Left Handed Radio has a new video out today and it's also a Funny Or Die Exclusive! Roughly 36 hours after the cyborgs release their full assault on humanity, post-apocalyptic warrior Zone finds a survivor. This strange new world is full of so many questions like "How long did it take to put those feathers in your football pads?"
America's late night shows took on Tuesday's presidential debate this week, all of them going about it in their own unique way. Here's Jon Stewart laying into Mitt Romney over his contraception stance and his "binders full of women" remark, as well as complimenting Barack Obama (who's appearing on The Daily Show tonight!) for actually deciding to attend this debate.
Check out some more highlights from late night's coverage of the second debate after the jump:
Guys, sometimes we make a joke. We think it's a really dead-on, witty piece of art, and it's only later we stop to consider the fact that we are not making said joke inside a cultural vacuum. That there are, in fact, old men who hit on inappropriately young women in an unsettling manner all the time, or that very few people want to hear about how a complete stranger wants to put his babies inside them. Jim Carrey's Emma Stone message is one such joke. "If I were a lot younger, I would marry you, and we would have chubby little freckle-faced kids," Carrey explains in his [...]
As cute as you imagine it would be to get a picture of Tom Haverford cuddling your newborn, Aziz Ansari wants to make it clear he has no interest in viewing, holding or receiving emails about your infant. "Let be honest, I care more about my iPhone than most of these babies I'm holding," Aziz explained while visiting Kimmel to promote 30 Minutes Or Less. "I'm not going to drop a baby and lose all my contacts. 'Oh no! I dropped that baby and now I gotta re-download all my Waka Flocka MP3s!'" At least not until they come out with those 5G babies.
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Overall, Jon Stewart's Fox News Sunday interview is sort of painful to watch. So many videos prepared! An unexpected amount of Lisa Lampenelli! "Are you suggesting that you and I are the same?" Stewart asks host Chris Wallace, telling him "You're insane" after Wallace implies a Sarah Palin/herpes commercial joke makes Stewart a liberal ideologue. "The embarrassment is that I'm given creditability in this world because of the disappointment that the public has in what the news media does," Stewart explains, before pointing out to Wallace that rather than The Daily Show's comedy becoming more like news, "You've moved closer to [...]