Jacob and I just released our latest Tremendosaur sketch last week. Check it!
Riddle me this! What do The Bird and The Bee, MGMT, and Ben Folds have in common? They’ve all got music videos directed by Eric Warheim (of Tim & Eric fame). I had seen the Ben Folds vid, but the other two came to me via JQ.
The Bird and the Bee – Polite Dance Song
Ben Folds (and Regina Spektor) – You Don’t Know Me
MGMT – The Youth
I think this one might be my favorite – not because it’s the funniest, but because there’s just something really sad about it. Stylistically, it hits the same beats as the other two (and a lot of Tim & Eric comedy in general): awkward, absurd, real-people humor (that is, 80’s and 90’s glamor shot versions of real people). But in this case, I feel like the video and lyrics are a little more thematically intertwined.
Alright, so against all odds we beat Kadammit, whov’e been around since June or July-ish. What does this mean? That the five people who read this blog should come out to the second show!
WHAT: Fiasco! vs. Hugboat
WHEN: 2/4/09, 11PM
WHERE: UCB Theatre, Los Angeles
HOW MUCH: $5, but if you’re a current UCB student your cagematch is freeeeeeeee!
ROUND 2. FIGHT!
I’ll be performing some comedy make-’em-ups with Fiasco! over at the Sunday, Sunday, Sunday show in Westwood tonight (see poster for details).
But hey, if that’s not a good time for you…how about you check us out this upcoming Thursday, January 22nd over at Crashbar.
Crashbar is conveniently located at 1523 N. La Brea, Los Angeles. We go up around 8:30PM!
Swiped from the facebook event:
1444 north sierra bonita ave.
free (but donations are definitely accepted)!
IS THERE BEER?
yep, and only two bucks.
It’s a pretty early slot: so the more people we bring, the better…hope to see YOU there!
While we may never get the 1960’s Batman show on DVD over studio disputes, I’m happy to say that Adam West apparently doesn’t care. Nope, he’s taken it into his own hands to record his memories of the show while he still has time ticking on the ol’ bat-clock, and has sent a preview of the footage directly to the die-hard fans!
What I really love about Adam West is that he manages to stay goofy and funny in the most self-reflexive way, even when he’s pushing 80-something. If this edited-together preview is any indicator, it looks like there’ll be a lot of Lookwell-esque comedy…or is that simply Adam West comedy?
I’d go so far as to say that he’s carved out his own stylistic comedic niche. He’s literally the Batman of comedy, and I don’t think you can get any more badass than that.