Executive Producer Ben Stiller and Comedy Central present Big Time in Hollywood, FL. They wanted to be famous … instead they got drugs, cops and mom. Watch now.
Ray Kaunisto is a hockey player with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. In a recent sports interview, Kaunisto fit seven “meows” in like Super Troopers.
A Target employee gives an impassioned speech a la Gerard Butler’s King Leonidas in “300” before opening doors to Black Friday shoppers. “THIS IS TARGET!”
Parks & Recreation star Nick Offerman, maybe better known as his character Ron Swanson, is well known both on-and-off the show for his masculinity. He’s no nonsense and likes whiskey and woodworking.
Watch Stephen Colbert react to the new Star Wars VII trailer as he breaks down the new lightsaber.
Anthony VIncent covers Mariah Carey’s pop Christmas anthem ranging in styles from Blink 182 to Meshuggah to Alvin & the Chipmunks to Bing Crosby. Watch it here.
A father at an electronic music festival jams out to the phat beats while wearing a fanny pack and ankle high socks. His son pretends not to notice.
Michigan FOX 2’s Charlie Langton gave a pre-state championship interview with Warren De La Salle High School about their game against Muskegon Mona Shores. Hilarity ensued.
Frozen star Kristen Bell teamed up with professional a cappella group Straight No Chaser to make the new holiday anthem about couples apart for Christmas.
Funny or Die has “leaked” Jane Krakowski’s audition tape for NBC’s upcoming Peter Pan Live! starring Allison Williams and Christoper Walken.
Mehdi Sadaghdar grew a mustache for Movember to help raise awareness for men’s health. Now watch him try to remove it without shaving but wax and a taser.
Linsey Pollak is a famous instrument maker in Australia. During a TED Talk in Sydney, he made an instrument out of a vegetable. Listen to it here.
Willie Murphy is a 77-year-old power lifter. She competes competitively with the deadlift at 215 pounds. and the power curl at 65 pounds. She weighs only 105 pounds.
Here’s the list of the top 5, funniest viral videos for November 2014.
Martine Croxall was beginning her 9 PM BBC News show when the camera was aimed on the empty desk. She covers with, “You can pretend that you haven’t noticed.”
Brad Green is the food service general manager at Kentucky Christian University. To help students learn proper dining etiquette, he created an epic video.
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