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Jib Jab says ‘Buh-bye’ to 2011

From the ‘Occupy’ protests to the debt ceiling debate, the folks at Jib-Jab have provided another charismatic year end review, this time for 2011. It’s the 7th edition of the series from the entertainment studio, promoting the video as “sung by a popsicle stick puppet choir!” WATCH: Video from Jib…

Parody: Tim Tebow the first Christian to play football

The Onion News Network’s Kenny and Doc on Tuesday reported on the top sports story of 2011, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, who has become known for his penchant to kneel and pray during football games. At this rate, they noted, the league could have as many Christians as “atheists,…

Mitt Romney gives awkward Top Ten on Letterman

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney appeared on The Late Show Tuesday evening to provide an awkward, but fun Top Ten segment. Included in the list was Romney asking the audience, “Isn’t it time for a president who looks like a 1970′s game show host?” WATCH: Video from CBS, which was…

Parody: Santa 2012 candidate promises ‘no presents for gays’

It’s been difficult for Kris Kringle to deliver presents around the world in tough economic times — and now several challengers are looking to the 2012 election to claim the title of Santa Claus. In Funny or Die’s parody of current campaign advertisements, candidates for Santa 2012 are attacking the…

Colbert calls for ‘Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude’

Department stores don’t offer free gift-wrapping anymore, recession-era Santas are now revising children’s expectations downward, it’s all a bit too much for Stephen Colbert, who has declared the “Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude.” Because, as he and gun-toting Arizona families know, “Nothing says ‘Christmas’ like an AK-47.” Watch the clip, embedded via…

Jon Stewart: GOP’s Newt problem requires ‘Intervention 2012′

There comes a time in every dysfunctional, addictive relationship when a friend or family member has to initiate a frank and open discussion of the problem in order to begin the process of addressing the issue and ultimately healing. With that in mind, Republicans, Jon Stewart would like to have…

‘Colbert’s Big Gay Roundup’ takes on penguins and military bestiality

Stephen Colbert premiered his segment, “Colbert’s Big Gay Roundup” last night so that he could take on the issues of bestiality in the military (as prompted by a question at the White House press conference from World Net Daily‘s Les Kingsolving) as well as the tragic breakup of the famous…

Daily Show presents ‘Lowe’s Balls of the Week’

On Wednesday’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart debuted a new segment entitled “Lowe’s: Balls of the Week”, in which he catalogs some of the most outrageous, guffaw-inducing statements recently made by public figures. Watch in the clip embedded via Comedy Central, in which Herman Cain makes Barbara Walters’ ears bleed, Mitt…

Colbert: Trump should just run for the Whig Party

Emboldened by Donald Trump dropping out of the Newsmax GOP debate, Stephen Colbert made certain to plug his own debate again Tuesday evening. Hearing the billionaire withdrew from moderating because of his urge to still run as an independent candidate for president, Colbert gave his usual, animated opinion on Trump.…

Stewart: Florida Family Association just loves their stereotypes

Jon Stewart tried to understand Tuesday evening why the conservative group Florida Family Association could have any problem with a reality show about peaceful American Muslims. The Daily Show host analyzed interviews of the group’s executive director David Carton comments on TLC’s All-American Muslims, who said he was concerned that…

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