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The 5 Most Intentionally Funny Videos This Week 12/13

Fortunately no one caught video of me becoming self-aware of how expensive tickets at ArcLight Hollywood have become ($16 that will now be spent on mandatory inexpensive Christmas presents) and then awkwardly walk out of the front of line after mumbling something to the person standing at the box office. I’m not saying that would have made a great viral “fail” video, but, certainly, I needed, as I hope all of you do, this week’s 5 Most Intentionally Funny Videos that feature great live performances, one of which involves pushing a stool (trust me on that one), Will Ferrell doing a random ad that isn’t a Funny or Die exclusive, and more.


1. Will Ferrell, seemingly for the hell of it, does a series of ads for the classic (?) beer, Old Milwaukee. In short, it’s pure Will Ferrell.

2. Comedian Sean Patton does a spin move then has a great set on Conan.

3. Funny or Die enlists Megan Mullally to run her own “Actress Home” where we find why funny women like Lizzy Caplan, Casey Wilson, Lake Bell, and Michaela Watkins are so hip and also why Aubrey Plaza keeps such a straight face.

4. Like we mentioned earlier, here’s Tig Notaro’s set on Conan where she pushes a stool across the stage. It’s hilarious.

5. Sure, Garfunkel and Oates at the amazing monthly live comedy variety Super Serious Show is great. How great would it be if there was a surprise cameo from Weird Al Yankovic?


  1. Corey Young says:

    That moment whne the audience takes a beat and starts to clap and Tig shoots her hand up to silence them made me explode with laughter.

  2. Gary Bravender says:

    who woulda ever thought sliding a stool across a stage could be so funny! She’s got great comedic style ,very original,Never heard of before though kinda almost like a female version of Steven Wright and I mean that in a good way.

  3. saya says:

    i’m so glad i saved that Tig video for the end of the night. i am exhausted from laughing– she’s a genius.

  4. eddie says:

    i think that every musical preformence should have a random weird al cameo