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SNL spoofs Perry’s bizarre New Hampshire speech

NBC’s Saturday Night Live decided Saturday night to poke fun at Rick Perry’s memorably bizarre speech in New Hampshire a week ago. In Weekend Update with Seth Meyers, the fake Perry appeared to set the record straight. “Right before the speech, Herman Cain shows up with a Godfather’s Pizza,” he…

Maher: Republicans might as well nominate Tim Tebow

Maher ended Friday night’s episode of Real Time with a look at how Republican voters are more interested in a presidential candidate’s religious beliefs than their native intelligence –by comparing them to failing Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. “Since all Republican voters really want in a candidate is a devout…

Insult Comic Dog does Occupy Wall Street

Conan O’Brien turned the insult comedy of Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog loose on Occupy Wall Street this week. “We are out here with a group of people who are protesting our country’s history of allowing corporate greed to go unpunished,” the famously obnoxious puppet began. “Many are also protesting…

Colbert attempts to jump on the sexual harassment fundraising train

In this clip from Thursday’s Colbert Report, Stephen decides that what the Colbert Super PAC needs to catch up to the “Cain Train” is its own sexual harassment scandal. Cain’s fundraising has in fact increased since allegations of inappropriate conduct on the candidate’s part have surfaced. So, in order to…

Jon Stewart to GOP: ‘So, you’re doing it just to be d*cks?’

On Thursday’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart talked about the Republican Congress’s decision to pass a resolution on the floor reiterating that “In God We Trust” is still our national motto, in spite of the fact that no one seems to be trying to replace it with any other motto. Stewart…

Music video: ‘Damn it feels good to be a banksta’

The Cult Comedy Picture Show created this parody music video at New York City’s Zuccotti Park, based on the Geto Boys’ 1992 song “Damn it feels good to be a gangsta.” The music video features a guest appearance by Herman Cain, who tells the “Occupy Wall Street” slackers to stop…

South Park: The 1% are like an overweight, whiny fourth grader

South Park turned in their take on the Occupy Wall Street protests last night, with the children railing against not wealth, but fatness. In the episode, the entire elementary school fails a national fitness test because one student, Cartman, is so unhealthy that he drags down the school’s average scores.…

Colbert offers a Modest Proposal for solving income inequality

On Wednesday’s Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert dedicated his nightly “The Word” segment to the question of income inequality. The segment, entitled “Bite the hand that feeds you”, suggests that the best answer ultimately may be for poor people to become rich people’s pets. Poor people would have lots of…

Jon Stewart on Herman Cain: His therapist must be so proud

On last night’s “Daily Show”, Jon Stewart examined the ever-evolving story of what Herman Cain remembers about the sexual harassment charges that were purportedly leveled against him when he was the director of the National Restaurant Association. Perhaps, Stewart suggests, the trauma of the alleged harassment has caused Mr. Cain…

South Park previews episode about ‘Occupy Wall Street’

Comedy Central mega cartoon South Park will have a new episode Wednesday evening about the “Occupy Wall Street” protests. The episode will feature an emotional Eric Cartman depressed at being lumped in with the much-maligned “1 percent.” WATCH: Video from Comedy Central, which appeared on November 2, 2011. 1%Get More:…

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