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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Jeffery Self and Cole Escola (of the late Jeffery and Cole Casserole) are reuinited in a hotel room in New Orleans (Jeffery now lives in L.A.) for this little video in which they reiterate what they've always said, concurring with Angus T. Jones: Stop watching Two and a Half Men. Also, there is much more on television that you should really stop watching. Seriously.
Well, we're not sure whether this was intentionally, like, proudly gay (probably not), or just meant to be a big joke by a couple of high school weirdos (probably), but nevertheless these two managed to make one of the gayest things we've ever seen. And that's saying a lot. [via WOW]
So, Keyshia Cole's mother Frankie is crazy, y'all. Like, CRAY CRAY crazy. And she's now got her own music video for a dance she invented called 'The Frankie Leg.' Do we understand it, or understand what drugs she's on? Nope. But are we compelled to keep watching? Yep. See it below. [NY Mag]
What happens when one straight bro decides to lint-brush off his buddy when he notices some cat hair on his ass? In the Sean Cody universe, sex! This is sort of an awkward little sketch that nonetheless made us chuckle, from the mind of some Canadian comedian named Ryan Steele. Do note, this video gets NSFW with some naked butts around the 1:40 mark. That just made you want to press play, didn't it? This guy's obviously kind of obsessed with the fake gay-for-pay realm, since he's also done a Bait Bus spoof. See it below.
Rather than watch the actual, semi-depressing Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys on the Sundance channel, we offer you this. From the mind and limitless personae of Michael Lucid (a.k.a. Damiana Garcia) comes this piece of parodic YouTubery about a pair of Nashville pals, fag and hag, who like to black out on Triple-Black Smirnoff Ices together.
"Where the hell did u find THAT?" tweets Erykah Badu, after Everything Is Terrible unearthed this ancient and bizarre anti-bullying PSA, and one of her fans sent her a link. "I was 22, 1st a gig outta college. Never saw the whole thing till now. Hahahahaha that's awful." Watch as a bunch of awkward kids act out a completely wacked morality play... The best news: They promise this is just the first in a trilogy of clips. Yay. [Everything Is Terrible]
It's been a while since we caught up with Adult Swim/Robot Chicken. They've taken two forays into Strawberryland in the last two years, and among the characters they've invented in the land of Strawberry Shortcake, the obvious favorite is, of course, Bitch Pudding. For the gays like us who took too long to discover one of the most hilarious characters on television (voiced by Katee Sakhoff), here she is, in all her glory. Starting with her most recent 2011 reappearance. BLAM!
The ad execs obviously had a ball with this one. We can't believe it made it to air. But yeah, wow. Is it wrong we just got turned on, mustard face and all? [via Nightcharm]
Gymnast-turned-porn star Chip Tanner is fed up with YouTube yanking down videos of him dancing (with shorts on), and probably correctly surmises that this is a homophobic practice given how many millions of videos of scantily clad girls dancing that there are on the site. He started making videos back in January, along with pal Reese Rideout, in which he does shot-for-shot, grind-for-grind imitations of such female dancing, and he calls the series "Dancing for Gender Equality." Now, he has a new video in which he takes a particularly busty workout video, trampolin included, and does a similar video in short-shorts with pal Travis James (link NSFW). So far, YouTube has left him alone! We applaud Chip is bringing this issue of equality to everyone's attention, and we fully support him and any future videos he would like to make.
Ardent fans of Tab, the blog This Is Fag City went on a hunt in Manhattan recently to find the all but extinct stuff. But in celebrating this wonder-diet drink that epitomizes days lounging by the pool in Bel Air in the early eighties, zonked out on Ativan, they call our attention to the decidedly upscale marketing of the beverage in TV spots. Oh, how we love vintage commercials like this. And speaking of Galliano, check out the Christian Dior label-name-drop in the first one. Early cross-promotion deal?