• Garfunkel and Oates unleashes official music video for ‘Save The Rich’

    Back in November, Garfunkel and Oates (Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome) released their DIY video for their then-new song “Save The Rich,” just in time for the Occupy Wall Street movement. But today, seeing as their newest album Slippery When Moist was just released, the brand new, official and ultra-shiny version is out. And you should watch it.

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    Video: Did anyone use these tips to prepare Thanksgiving dinner?

    Lt. John Pike’s shot of pepper spray at peaceful protesters at UC Irvine has largely become “the shot seen ’round the world”. However, the sound that’s being most associated with the incident has become Fox newsanchor Megyn Kelly’s comment regarding the pepper spray as “a food product essentially” on the O’Reilly Factor. Funny or Die seized an opportunity with Erin Gibson, their best leading lady when female figures in the

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    Watch Garfunkel and Oates sing “Save the Rich,” an Occupy Wall Street tribute

    It’s hard to believe the Occupy Wall Street movement is almost two months old now (aww, it’s growing up so fast!). And I’m sure we’ve all heard these slogans about “This is what democracy looks like” and “We are the 99 percent,” but let me ask you this: who has the backs of the 1 percent? They’re getting pummeled! Here’s one answer. Garfunkel and Oates released a new video called

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    Video: South Park offers spin on Occupy Wall Street in new episode

    In keeping with their trend of tackling super-current issues, this Wedsneday’s new episode of South Park will address the now nationwide Occupy Wall Street protests. Check out the preview below, which features a disenfranchised Eric Cartman. Poor, poor Cartman. 1%Get More: SOUTHPARKEric Cartman,Wendy Testaburger,more…

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    Watch Jeffrey Ross roast at Occupy Wall Street

    Last week we showed you videos of three different comedians doing their part for the Occupy Wall Street movement. But that’s just a few of a great many comics and comedy types taking part. Yesterday, Jeffrey Ross took to the Los Angeles version of Occupy Wall Street — to be exact, he appeared on south lawn steps of City Hall — to give a special roast-like performance. You can check

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    Watch three comedians Occupy Wall Street in their own ways

    It’s the onus of comedy at large to question. Right? Naturally, the Occupy Wall Street protests have coincided quite well with that notion questioning the unregulated corporate culture in America. Comedian Lee Camp recently gave a spirited performance for protesters; and he’s not the only one. Without any of the traditional trappings of live comedy such as a stage, more comedians including Chappelle’s Show co-creator Neal Brennan have given their

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    Watch comedian Lee Camp defend his generation at Occupy Wall Street

    It is the prevailing view in comedy today that our current generation is spoiled, weak, entitled, and unable to think for themselves. On Louis C.K.’s most recent album, Hilarious, he calls the current generation, “the shittiest generation of piece of shit assholes that ever fucking lived.” Yet, the Occupy Wall Street movement that has expanded to cities around the U.S. might flip that notion completely around. Comedian Lee Camp said

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