Lying and Impulsively Getting Back Together are Great Ideas in New Episodes of Love’s a Bitch
Two new episodes of Love’s a Bitch at Official Comedy just dropped espousing the virtues of not telling your family that you broke up with your ex when she comes to visit them and getting back together based off a fever dream you had.
We’re not sure if those are actually good things for a relationship, but they sure make for a good laugh.
Love’s A Bitch Is a Perfect Web Series to Get You Thought Valentine’s Day Weekend
Matt Kazman and Eric Ian Goldberg’s brand new web series Love’s a Bitch at YouTube’s Official Comedy is not only a great web series, but probably the perfect thing to wrangle that bitterness in this Valentine’s Day weekend if you’re not happily in a relationship (and who the hell has that, right?). Jamie Lee and Josh Rabinowitz star and do a great job trying to not rip each other’s throats out as a recently broken up couple.
H. Jon Benjamin on Being Bad at Most Jobs That Aren’t Comedy
YouTube’s Official Comedy just launched a video podcast/web series called Worst Gig Ever featuring exactly what the title suggests.
This first episode has the awesome H. Jon Benjamin discussing how most other jobs he has done that weren’t comedy did not go well and, even then there was that one show where Dave Attell opened and yet it still managed to be, well, you should just watch and hear what happened now.
Mark Normand Stand in Solidarity for Sluts
The hysterical Mark Normand wants to stop slut shaming in America and does so by evening the scales a little against prudes.
Uncle Mom Gives Probably the Most Disturbing, But Funny Answer to the Time Machine Question
In their first one, they give you the answer you probably don’t want to hear when asking “What would you do if you could time travel?”/the weirdest night of poker ever all for a really funny sketch.
David Koechner’s Writing Staff Knows the Secret to Internet Sucess
At YouTube’s Official Comedy, the Full On Koechner writing staff has got the Internet and viral videos figured out, so let’s just sit in on one of their meetings to see what exactly those are.
Spoiler alert: this video is called Cats and Balls, but you should watch it anyway both for how funny and true it is.
James Adomian On The Real Thoughts of The Sheriff of Nottingham
First off, if you haven’t seen James Adomian, then please make your life better and go see him wherever he’s playing ASAP. Second, here’s a snippet of his bit about gay villains, specifically the Sheriff of Nottingham, which, if you also haven’t seen, we feel sorry that you’re really missing out.
If Don Draper Was Still Doing Ads All The Way Today, He’d Still Be Unstoppable
The very funny sketch group D.I.R.T. Comedy at Official Comedy shows that if Don Draper from Mad Men would come up with ads all the way to now, he would come up with almost every successful ad campaign ever.
Don’t think so? See irrefutable proof here.