We love movies and we love food. And every once in a while, a scene comes along that sticks in our brains for, like, ever. These are the scenes that combine film and food in the best way -- to make you laugh or smile or maybe even get a little misty-eyed. From '90s action flicks to modern animated ... More >>
The now-famous photoshopped image of Palin. For some reason, I never tire of it. I haven't cracked up like this since the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie was released. I'm talking about these parody blog posts written by the wags at the comedy Web site Something Awful after the manner of Bristol Palin ... More >>
Well, that explains everything... I know there are people out there who think The Onion is the greatest comedy rag since National Lampoon or Spy, but I've always found it hit or miss. On my bulletin board is one of the hits: "Food Critic Tears Radish Canapés With Salmon Mousse A New Asshole." That ... More >>
Alleged vampirish vixen Tiffany Sutton: Is she a man eater? None other than "Mr. Mike," aka Michael O'Donoghue, renowned comedy writer for National Lampoon, Saturday Night Live , and others, once stated that, "I like my women like I like my eggs -- scrambled." And indeed there's something re ... More >>
Letters from the week of November 25, 2004
Esteban Sauer explains how Preserve A Life suckered so many, including the twits at Primetime Live.
Even stoners won't find anything to laugh about in Potluck
In Just Married, Ashton Kutcher wonders, 'Dude, where's the script?'
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously.
A pair of Valley talents team up for a split delight
Loser, Amy Heckerling's clueless new teen com, lives down to its title
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
Trailer-park culture unhitched in lowbrow Drowning Mona
There's Something About Mary--and it's funnier than Dumb and Dumber
Cheer and flag clothing on the campaign trail, 1998