LA comedienne Deven Green, made most internet-famous for her hi-larious 2007 parody of Brenda Dickson's 1980s VHS wonder Welcome to My Home -- a new copy of which has, despite Dickson's perennial litigiousness, popped up on Funny or Die -- is back again with a new thing of beauty. It's called Welcome to My Bath House, and it's a redubbed and edited version of a self-help tape Angela Lansbury made in the 80s. And it involves a nearly nude Lansbury bathing. Also, she exercises.
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Please enjoy this newest video from comedian Deven Green, doing her character Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian, one-upping Tim Tebow in describing how close to Jesus she is. "He warns me when his mother's going to show up... in my food. He autographed my Bible, and highlighted all of the funny parts..."
Internet-loyal homosexuals will surely recall the YouTube smash hit that was comedian Deven Green's parody of Brenda Dickson's 'Welcome to My Home' VHS fart of the early 80s. Brenda went after Deven for copyright infringement, but thankfully the democracy of the internet has meant that versions of Deven's hilarious, vagine-filled voice-over have proliferated despite Brenda's best efforts to control the internet. Now we bring you Deven's latest effort in that vein, which takes a similar 80s video atrocity by Days of Our Lives star Deidre Hall. Of course Deidre's video isn't nearly as insane as Brenda's, and features far less excercising, but the new voiceover has its charms. [via Deven Green]
Comedienne Deven Green (she of the famed Brenda Dickson spoof and the character Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian) joins Damiana Garcia for a little Easter festivity, including an egg hunt on Deven's body, and some discussion of how hairy the Easter bunny is.
Incidentally, for the San Franciscans, Deven and her husband Joel Bryant, normally stuck in L.A., will be doing a show a the Main Street Theater on April 28.