Formerly known as the Goddamn Comedy Jam (but don’t worry, they took the swears out) ((jk no they didn’t)), this Comedy Central series has everything we like in it. Comedians get paired up with rock stars, and take to the stage to belt out their fave hits. But in a funny way though! And the best possible episode to start with is this little tune from hilarious stand-up Fortune Feimster and super star Dixie Chick Natalie Maines. Boy byyyeeee!
Don’t you kind of wish you could fire every politician and reporter and sexist person in the world and start again? Get ready for some serious wish fulfillment from the gang at Pure and Weary. President White Supremacist Orange? YA FIYAHED!
Women! We’re always wearing crop tops and kissing our female friends and dating men with no discernible talent or personality. Oh that doesn’t describe you? You must not be a gal in a rom com written by men, then!
We’ve had it up to roughly here with these rude-ass Hollywood movies that portray women as naive idiots in bustiers and female friendship as a non-stop homoerotic cat fight. UP TO HERE. Which is why we can’t stop watching writer/director Laura Holliday’s version of a chick flick written by dudes. It’s hilarious and perfect and everything we love.
What’s your new years resolution? It is to be even more of a badass bish and to support even more women in comedy? OMG WHAT that’s ours too!!! But our friends over at Pure & Weary (aka Katherine Biskupic & Leah Frires) have a lot of resolutions that we also strongly agree with. Like eating more green peppers! And throwing more pregnancy tests in the air! It’s gonna be a great year.
Be honest. If some dude or lady you were dating made you drive through traffic, pay a shitload of money, get all dressed up, and drink gross alcohol all in hopes of MAYBE getting a closed-mouth kiss, you would kick that scrub to the curb. That’s not the way you deserve to be treated, y’all. Thank goodness Mel Owens and Teresa Lee are finally showing us all that New Years Eve is in fact pure hot garbage. If you need us on NYE, we’ll be on the couch in a slanket eating nutella out the jar.
Family’s family, even if they’re hateful and uncompassionate and don’t accept your life choices. Hahahaha just kidding, screw those jerks. You don’t have to go home for the holidays if you don’t want to, and this serenade is dedicated to the family members we’re happy to not have to deal with.
This lil jingle stars writer/director Rachel Sweeney, as well as the super talented. Brad Frenette, Jazmin Williams, Jack Frederick, and Donald Chang.