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“I’ll bet that means my child would like that Green Lantern movie!” — your decent, hardworking mother
5 Current TV Shows That Get More Praise Than They Deserve

#5. The Big Bang Theory
This is a show for old people who are curious about what life is like for their kids who never call them. While you’re out there meeting dates on the Tinders and sending out Facetweets, your poor parents are at home, desperately hoping someone will tell them what those words mean, thus giving them some sort of means to reconnect with the child who abandoned them immediately upon turning 18. You kids like your computers and so do those kids on this show — you guys must be the same! Next thing you know, mom is shouting “Bazinga!” at the dinner table at Thanksgiving, confident that such an outburst isn’t even going to make you vomit a little.

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cracked:

“I’ll bet that means my child would like that Green Lantern movie!” — your decent, hardworking mother

5 Current TV Shows That Get More Praise Than They Deserve

#5. The Big Bang Theory

This is a show for old people who are curious about what life is like for their kids who never call them. While you’re out there meeting dates on the Tinders and sending out Facetweets, your poor parents are at home, desperately hoping someone will tell them what those words mean, thus giving them some sort of means to reconnect with the child who abandoned them immediately upon turning 18. You kids like your computers and so do those kids on this show — you guys must be the same! Next thing you know, mom is shouting “Bazinga!” at the dinner table at Thanksgiving, confident that such an outburst isn’t even going to make you vomit a little.

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When Jim Parsons won his most recent Emmy for hanging out with these people…

…did he use his entire acceptance speech to apologize for that?

THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: musician Danger Van Gorder and Rotten Tomatoes editor Sarah Ricard join Adam Tod Brown and Mayor Of Podcast City Brett Rader for an exploration of the entire range of television entertainment…but mostly revel in one show’s immense, faux-nerd suckitude.

The Most Overrated Shows On Television

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Oh the show we have for you tomorrow night:

That’s Tuesday Sept. 16th (tomorrow) at 8:30pm. Tickets are still available and it’s not our fault if you miss out.

Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade: home to dinosaur topiaries, our live show, this Famima…

…and occasionally, adventures in drunkenness in front of that Famima.

THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: comic Lahna Turner and Cracked imagewizard Randall Maynard join Adam and Mayor Of Podcast City Brett for tales of drinking publicly, sloppily, and regrettably. Plus we read through your comments and celebrate them, even when they’re shitty.

The Throw-Up Drunk Show

ohmygodwaytoolong:

And suddenly I’m no longer interested in canceling our cable. [x]

One of the few shows where an extended trailer just leaves you more confused.

ohmygodwaytoolong:

And suddenly I’m no longer interested in canceling our cable. [x]

One of the few shows where an extended trailer just leaves you more confused.

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Adam Tod Brown’s not afraid of that. In fact, he thinks it’d be the best way to go.
4 Ways the World Can Actually End (That Would Be Worth It)

#1. Neutron Star
A neutron star does exactly what you see there to anything in its path, which, ideally, will include us some day. Don’t take that to be negative. The world is going to end. It’s inevitable. Everything ends. Everything dies. When that comes to pass, this is what you want. Your world explodes and everything flies away. No muss, no fuss. There’s nothing to think about. There’s no time for questions. It’s perfect.
Almost every other apocalyptic scenario involves at least some chance of survival. It’s temporary survival, though. You’re just putting off the inevitable. You don’t want to see the aftermath, you want to see the event. Way less suffering that way.

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Adam Tod Brown’s not afraid of that. In fact, he thinks it’d be the best way to go.

4 Ways the World Can Actually End (That Would Be Worth It)

#1. Neutron Star

A neutron star does exactly what you see there to anything in its path, which, ideally, will include us some day. Don’t take that to be negative. The world is going to end. It’s inevitable. Everything ends. Everything dies. When that comes to pass, this is what you want. Your world explodes and everything flies away. No muss, no fuss. There’s nothing to think about. There’s no time for questions. It’s perfect.

Almost every other apocalyptic scenario involves at least some chance of survival. It’s temporary survival, though. You’re just putting off the inevitable. You don’t want to see the aftermath, you want to see the event. Way less suffering that way.

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ohmygodwaytoolong:

Tomorrow, 9pm, free show (I think), at The Lexington in DTLA. I’ll be doing stand-up in that exact outfit/hat/mustache.
Also here’s a favorite joke of mine about cowboy outfits.

Heck of a lot of our friends on those shows, esp. Cat and Maria's show at 9.

ohmygodwaytoolong:

Tomorrow, 9pm, free show (I think), at The Lexington in DTLA. I’ll be doing stand-up in that exact outfit/hat/mustache.

Also here’s a favorite joke of mine about cowboy outfits.

Heck of a lot of our friends on those shows, esp. Cat and Maria's show at 9.

pewgunz:

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We recorded this on what became one of the happiest days of Adam Tod Brown’s life…

…and that six pound bag of Cheetos isn’t even the main reason.

THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: comics Maria Shehata and Cat Rhinehart come by to tell tales of one of them undergoing an exorcism (guess who). Also we read your comments, and Adam discovers one of his greatest contributions to the world.

Let’s Talk About Exorcisms

That bag’s still in our office and it’s Robert Evans's fault/greatest ever purchase.

Where do you buy a six pound bag of happiness?

Down Mexico way!

We recorded this on what became one of the happiest days of Adam Tod Brown’s life…

…and that six pound bag of Cheetos isn’t even the main reason.

THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: comics Maria Shehata and Cat Rhinehart come by to tell tales of one of them undergoing an exorcism (guess who). Also we read your comments, and Adam discovers one of his greatest contributions to the world.

Let’s Talk About Exorcisms