Featuring two of our favorite guys, Neil & Paul (as discussed on the last episode of Jordan, Jesse, Go!).
Holy cow is this funny. HOLY COW.
Speaking of my pals at Radiolab...
Jad and Robert asked if I could visit their show to talk about one of my favorite comedy sketches of all time, Kurt & Kristen's "Kristen Schaal is a Horse."
It's in the intro to their newest episode, "Loops." If you're one of the 5% of podcast listeners who isn't already subscribed to Radiolab, I've embedded it below. Above, by the way, is the original video I saw of the sketch.
(Kristen, by the way, is also a past Sound of Young America guest.
Does this every happen to you? You just start thinking about a Python sketch, and then you just have to watch it seven or twelve times?
To say Python are the greatest sketch group ever is to make a serious understatement.
"May I ask you to reconsider? I mean you wouldn't regret it. Think of the tourist trade."
Ever wonder what happens inside a real master class with a legendary improv teacher like Matt Besser of the Upright Citizens Brigade? Well continue to wonder, because this video is a joke version of that.
"I won the lottery, so I can do whatever I want. That's why I bought out Arby's. But you already know that, from my other commercials. So fuck the haters."
Produced for The Midnight Show, featuring past JJGo guest Hal Rudnick and written by past JJGo guest Heather Campbell.
(via Jordan's Tumblr)
This is the sketch they played in my birthing class. Unfortunately, they played it with the sound all the way down, so you couldn't hear any of the dialogue. You could just barely make out the sound of the machine that goes "bing," though. Graham Chapman was a physician, of course, and I suppose that meant that some of the group's sharpest satire was reserved for the world of medicine.
Trevor Moore of The Whitest Kids U Know joins Jesse and Jordan to talk biblical prophecy and more.
In this episode of Elephant Larry's Treehouse, a tiny sitcom in which the members of Elephant Larry live in a treehouse but the fact that they live in a treehouse doesn't really come up very often, Geoff and Stefan argue about Stefan's planned shot-for-shot remake of Deep Impact.
Fun fact: Stefan designs our logos!
I have received word that past TSOYA guests the Whitest Kids U Know will be returning to IFC in April. Which made me think about this sketch about Hot Dogs, which is one of my favorite comedy sketches ever. EVER.
I really enjoyed getting the chance to talk with Scott Thompson about his amazing character Buddy Cole earlier this week. I agree that you could hardly have a sharper, smarter character than Buddy.
"Maybe that's why God's such a homophobe and Satan's so sexy..."