Hair on arms infomercial and 2 line vocabulary game
Billy Joel meets Davy from the Navy.
Zac Efron voices Billy.
From Robot Chicken.
Lucky Louie creator and star Louis C.K. returns to HBO for an hour of no-holds-barred, adults-only stand-up comedy! Taped before a live audience at the Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles on Nov 4, 2006, the performance finds Louis taking aim at fat and skinny people, spending money, bumper stickers, Californians, strangers and friends, marriage, lying to your spouse losing your privacy, and the new favorite pastime for fathers.
Apple introduces a laptop without a keyboard.
What happened on November 21, 1980 when the Diamond Crystal Salt Company and Texaco oil explorers met each other below Lake Peigneur?
Atheists disbelieve in God so much, they can't stop talking about him. They're probably obsessed with the Easter Bunny too!
If there is any art or medium more inane than American television, it must be Japanese television. The video above appears to be an excerpt from a program during which contestants pull the tablecloth out from underneath tableware, capped off by a little WTF dance by the loser.
A traditional animation about a boy and a spider.
Hilarious Sketch with Conan training to be Santa Claus himself. Aired 19th December 2008.
Al Franken and Tom Davis visit Late Night with David Letterman, 8/20/87. Al draws a map of all 48 contiguous states in under 2 minutes.
A bluesy version of this classic track from the New Morning studio sessions.
Produced by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 12/02/2005. RT 59:01.
The story of animal evolution is marked by key innovations such as limbs for walking on land, wings for flight, and color patterns for advertising or concealment. How do new traits arise? Sean B. Carroll, Ph.D. explores how new patterns evolve when 'old' genes learn new tricks. Old genes learning new tricks also apply to our own species and the evolution of traits that distinguish us from earlier hominids and other apes. Despite immense advances in evidence and understanding, there remains a societal struggle with the acceptance of our biological history and the evolutionary process.
Directed by Robert McKimson, 1961.
Summoned to supply cheese for the Mexican mouse fiesta, Speedy Gonzales works like lightning at lightening the cheese store of its stock, under the not-so-watchful eyes of Sylvester, the cat.
Two polar bears discuss climate change.
Ernie and Bert get a drum set and do some serious death metal blast beats!