Funny or Die‘s Billy got Zachary Quinto from Star Trek to bombard people with him on the streets of Manhattan to see if anyone cared they were seeing Spock in the flesh.
Turns out, not many people gave a crap, which totally surprises me! If I saw him on the street, I’d probably flip my lid or at least give a cool glance of recognition. I know these people were pretty much attacked on the street but you’d think they’d come to their senses once they saw SPOCK.
Now I ask you, it’s Spock, do you care?
While the holidays are supposed to be a joyful time of year it can also get pretty stressful when Christmas-themed activities bog down your schedule and you can’t figure what to get everyone. Worst, is buying thoughtful gifts for your colleagues. I mean, what do you get the people you try to avoid all year?
The answer is very simple: A generic gift card to a coffee shop. But things can get a little awkward when someone tries to send subliminal messaging through their gift or forfeits the tradition altogether. The sketch is by HSTSketchComedy, who previously did Hipster Thanksgiving.
Watch it here
There’s a legit problem in this world when a person doesn’t have enough money to buy real underwear and resorts to wearing taped up grocery bags as fake Nike shoes, but still holds on to their overpriced iPad because of its stunning retina display.
Sketch comedy group OldePayphone highlights the unique homeless situation in Los Angeles when a young couple runs into two homeless writers, one of which creatively uses plastic wrap as transition lenses. The aptly named “iBum L.A.” sketch comes from the the same comedy group that brought us “CompetiBitch” last week. Hilarz!
Watch it here: