There's something just a little weird when Mr. Belvedere is singing with little boys.
Mass exodus from a huge outdoor concert? People flocking to visit Paris Hilton in jail? Hard to say....
Andy & Kickel are a prepubescent vaudeville comedy act. In this edition A & K makes fun of yo momma.
Mr. Rogers was quite fascinated with the innocent fun of Donkey Kong. Wonder what he'd have to say about Halo 3.
A classic bit from Rowan Atkinson's stand-up routine reminds us all stand-up can be great in spite of what Dane Cook has done to the art.
Many find it ironic to enjoy Bob Saget, and his post-Full House vulgar humor, but Mr. Belding is the true 90s hero.
This commercial has the catchiest song, written in Oklahoma, about BBQ, ever. Making "it falls off the bone" sound sexy is no small task.
Another reason why the "Batman & Robin" movie is totally underrated. This dialogue is just amazing!
This is probably one of the best covers we have heard at the Live at LG Acoustic sessions and it’s a perfect fit for Limbeck. If you have never heard the original by The Byrds, well, then you should just be ashamed of yourself!
The SLIP are a trio from Boston and Montreal who sound like there’s at least 6 people in the band. When they were in out studio we kept having to double check and make sure there were only three of them. It’s true. Anyway, they came in and treated us to an acoustic-y rendition of their single called “Children of December.”
Whether you agree with the premise or not, this video pretty much rules... if only for the cameos. Come on, Mr Belding, Urkel, Pauly Shore! Wonder if this guy grew up in the 90s....
Suck My News Weekly is a slanderous look at the week's news, hosted by the cranky and awesome Philip Norris.