1972, Santa Monica, CA. RT 8:01.
We all know a lighter is good for a flame but will it blend?? Yes...but not without a nice fireball.
Monty Python's Meaning of Life, this segment's RT 3:27.
National Health doctors who try to claim a healthy liver from a still-living donor, pointing out that there's nothing in his contract preventing this.
The late, great Bill Hicks in three clips as a promo for BBC5. RT 6:04.
Need I mention NSFW?
Why do Christians use the trappings of a pagan festival to celebrate the birth of Jesus when the Bible commands believers to avoid such things?
Jimmy Carr leads the last two rounds of one of the first episodes of Distraction. No pain, no gain.
Circa 1960, RT 6:11.
Foghorn hitches a ride to a new area, only to end up living next to two adult country hick chicken hawks who want to eat him.
Features Foghorn Leghorn, Pappy Buzzard and Elvis Buzzard.
ET is abandoned at the door of an orphanage. Open your heart...
A short film SLASH promo directed by Reynald Gresset.
The final scene of the classic film, its all great but the face during the last 30 seconds is worthy of an oscar
The fantastically talented Hugh Laurie paid a house call to Ellen, and they played an exciting game of American slang versus English slang -- and the game was bloody brilliant!
In the beginning there was nothing. Only an idea.
A promo film choke-full of origami. Origami artist was Sipho Mabona. Directed by Tim Schierwater.
Harvey Bernard Milk was an American politician and the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California, as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Milk served almost eleven months as city supervisor and was responsible for passing a stringent gay rights ordinance in San Francisco. On November 27, 1978, Mayor George Moscone and Milk were assassinated by Dan White, another city supervisor who had recently resigned and wanted his job back.
We dont want to fight anymore, but if we have to fight again, itll be to take these steps.
Breakfast time at Wallace & Gromit's house is never dull, anyone for toast?
A short (1:45) breakfast sequence from the 1993 animated film.
Episode 3: Zach interviews Jon Hamm of AMC's Mad Men.