• Jason Nash, Brandon Calvillo announce Kickstarter for Vine film (Video)

    Vine stars Jason Nash and Brandon Calvillo are planning a social media adventure and they need your help to pull it off. The two social media stars launched a 30-Day Kickstarter campaign for FML: A Social Media Adventure, Nash’s latest full-length feature film that will follow them as they embark on a cross-country road trip with the goal of boosting their social media followings. The Kickstarer campaign is offering donation rewards

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    Allow Jim Gaffigan to teach you how to be a boss (Video)

    In GQ’s lateset installment of How To Be A Man, hosted by Jason Nash, comedian Jim Gaffigan welcomes viewers to his two bedroom walk-up apartment in Manhattan he shares with his wife and five children. It’s there we learn from the Pale One, himself, how to become a boss in all facets of life. Pay close attention. And be sure to check out past episodes with Andy Richter, Michael Ian

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    Jason Nash goes fishing with Andy Richter, learns how to be a man (Video)

    Comedian Jason Nash is, like many folks, trying to figure out how to become a man. I can’t say I know the answer to that, but a few videos he’s made for GQ.com might help us all learn a little more about the process. Although Nash has long been a formidable presence online—he tweets, he Instagrams, he Vines (pay attention to his recurring character “Soda Dad”), and all of it

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    Video: Jason Nash, Jen Kirkman, Brody Stevens get inspired by Liam Neeson’s “Taken”

    Sure, you probably enjoy watching Taken with Liam Neeson and yelling at your TV while Neeson dispatches a group of bad guys. In fact, that’s probably how people seem watch Taken. Comedian Jason Nash, as part of his musical duo Limo Driver (w/ Peter Bumgarner), has made this phenomenon one of their most popular songs, “Taken With Liam Neeson,” in which Nash’s mom expresses her emotions while watching Taken. And

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    David Cross, Jason Nash, Laura Silverman star in "Ecommando," new Atom.com series

    A few years ago, I was introduced to comedian Jason Nash via his Great Moments from Jason Nash’s Marriage web series. I always thought the quality of the sketches — short, sweet and smart — deserved more views online than each video earned. Which is why I’m glad to see Nash in a new series with Laura Silverman (also of Nash’s marriage series) and David Cross, voicing an obnoxious eco-car.

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