The odd child out tries to join the band ahead of their new album.
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Mascis breaks just about every rule of improv in the 20-minute clip.
The standout track from last year’s self-titled LP chronicles three generations of misfits.
The comedian will take on current affairs by connecting with “un-like-minded people.”
Honored rocker accepts her appointment in a silly Funny or Die video.
Sadly, Bruno Kirby and Jack Palance are no longer around for the fun.
Funny or Die will present the Planned Parenthood benefit show at the famed 9:30 Club.
The Gorburger Show airs this spring.
“TOMORROW, I USE MY BODY AS CLICK BAIT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD.”
The punk rock singer points out how politically incorrect the story really is for Funny or Die.
Well, at least that’s the idea behind Funny or Die’s latest video.
A funny, absurd recreation of the NYT’s making-of clip for “Where Are Ü Now”.