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Patton Oswalt, Tom Lennon, Weird Al, and More Visit Eddie Pepitone for "A Puddin' Christmas"

Here's the new Christmas episode of Matt Oswalt and Eddie Pepitone's web series, Puddin', featuring the return of guests like Patton Oswalt, Tom Lennon, Weird Al Yankovic, James Urbaniak, Jake Fogelnest, Dana Gould, and more. As expected, it's one of the darkest Christmas specials ever.

Watch Huey Lewis and Weird Al Recreate 'American Psycho' for Funny or Die

Here's Huey Lewis and Weird Al reenacting the Huey Lewis and the News scene from the movie American Psycho in a new video for Funny or Die, with Lewis taking Christian Bale's place in the Patrick Bateman role. Huey Lewis proves here he's much funnier than all of the News combined.

Fred Armisen, Weird Al, and Tom Lennon Visit Natasha Leggero's Hot Tub

Natasha Leggero is continuing to get impressive guests for her web series, Tubbin' with Tash. In previous weeks, she's been joined by Sarah Silverman, Eric Andre, and Tig Notaro, but this time around, her guests are "Weird Al" Yankovic, Tom Lennon, and Fred Armisen in a short cameo as Jules the Gardener.

The Vine 5 Film Festival: Cops, Criminals and Porn

Vine is the cool new toy from Twitter that challenges users to make the most profound work ever committed to video in exactly six seconds. Or at the very least, challenges the masses to bring a little more laughter into this world. On Tuesdays we'll be screening five of the funniest shorts of the past week, until Vine is abandoned for the next new thing.

"I will not PLAY BY YOUR RULES." By Al Yankovic

'Comedy Bang! Bang!' Has the Most Amazingly Star-Studded Crew

Comedy Bang! Bang! returns again next week with the second half of its season, and host Scott Aukerman thought it was about time we got to meet some of the show's inimitable celebrity crew. Sometimes, show business really is glamorous.

Weird Al Reveals the Secrets of Comedy

"Many parodists and satirists go for the jugular, but I’ve always gone for humor that was a little less biting and derogatory. I like to say that my parodies are more of a poke in the ribs than a punch in the face."

- Weird Al to Fast Company in a delightful and detailed interview about his song-parodying process.