Rainn Wilson is best known for playing Dwight Schrute on the TV show The Office. Wilson has decided to take some quotes that people wrote on Facebook and talking about how they are false. Rainn partnered with CollegeHumor on this viral video. Check out the video “Your Facebook Is False” below:
CollegeHumor.com has put together this funny animation video of The Avengers meeting The Dark Knight. The Dark Knight learns a lot about friendship when hanging out with The Avengers and the down-side of hanging out alone all the time. This video is hilarious. Check it out below:
CollegeHumor.com has done a great parody of the E-Trade baby while creating humor in the Dow Jones Industrial Average stock drop. Check out the video below:
Dorkly.com is a website designed by the team behind CollegeHumor. Dorkly.com is a videogame humor website that is tailored towards nerds, geeks, and gamers. Dorkly.com is edited by Brian Murphy and is accepting writers ($25 for 10,000 pageviews or $50 for 25,000 pageviews). Dorkly will have original articles, viral videos, and photos. [TechCrunch]
Jason Bateman and Will Arnett, the funny actors behind the Arrested Development show has uploaded the first “branded content” commercial through their production company DumbDumb. The video is called “The Prom Date.”
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CollegeHumor has made a viral video where they hit Google Buzz below the belt. Mark and Casey are two fake senior developers at Google Wave that are giving a demo on how the service works. Mark is in for a major surprise towards the end of the video. Check it out below:
CollegeHumor’s Streeter Seidell and Amir Blumenfeld are best known for their Prank Wars on CollegeHumor.com. One of Amir’s first pranks in the Prank War series was by getting Streeter booed off the stage on an open mic night (modified: see comment #1). Since then the two friends have been doing huge pranks against each other.
Below is a press announcement for the show:
The new show for the Thursday night block is Pranked, a 30-minute program that showcases the best pranks ever caught on camera and posted online. Known for their seven part Prank War, which has received over 5 million views online, hosts, College Humor.com’s Streeter Seidell & Amir Blumenfeld, provide commentary during each episode. The internet celebrities bring their humor to television as viewers watch homemade pranks that are engineered, executed and filmed by kids and normal everyday people, with no help from producers, professional editors or cameramen. When it comes to silly humor, MTV curates the best online pranks and couples it with the best comedic commentary.
The CollegeHumor show on MTV has not been getting the best ratings so Streeter wrote on Tumblr:
While we still do not know the fate of our beloved CollegeHumor Show, Amir and I are going to be hosting a new show on MTV.
Below is an example of one of the pranks that Streeter pulled on Amir: