Jeff Foxworthy's double has arrived from the sinister mirror universe and brought some surprising jokes.
Duck Dynasty. Duck Dynasty. Duck Dynasty! We have some valuable tips to help you escape the inevitable Duck Dynasty conversation.
Athletes are helping to boost their brand identity and overall swagger klout with fresh logos from top tier design firms. These 9 logos will blow your brains out through your balls!
You can't trust stocks in this volatile environment. The government may not be around by the time you go to college, so forget about bonds. The only safe investment is a virtual one.
We have compiled the sexiest images from the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
The sign language interpreter from the Mandela memorial tries to explain himself the only way he knows how.
Were you enjoying your day? STOP IT! There is some outrageous crap going on that you need to be mad about immediately.
TekWar author, producer, actor, and creative force, William Shatner, helps out Gateway Computers with their new product rollout.
A new edit of Blade Runner promises to finally showcase the complete version of the most famous speech in sci-fi film history.
Mike Tyson's new memoir is a raw account of the life of boxing's most controversial cannibal.Mike Tyson's new memoir is a raw account of the life of one of boxing's most controversial cannibals.
Cool surfin' dog Pawly P is not taking his brand seriously. How can he expect us to do everything for him when he is actively sabotaging his brand?
Do you lead a horrible hell-life devoid of comfort and human affection? PS4 is here! Self-soothe with the state of the art in psychic pain mitigation.
Steve and Zack look at some of the lamest characters from a classic Heroes Unlimited source book.
Atheist scientist Sir Richard Dawkins returns to write about his favorite artisanal honeys.
America's rockin' bad a$$ Kid Rock may be wild and rowdy, but he is respectful of the Stars and Stripes.
Slaughterhouse-Five author, Kurt Vonnegut, returns from the unfortunate state of not existing to write some copy for Sears.
Welcome to Night Vale returns with a new episode including the work of Zack Parsons.
Being asked to take a blind smell test sounds like easy money, until that clean, beach aroma is revealed to be a desert of blackened skulls patrolled by murderous machines.
Slovenian philosopher, lecturer, writer and spitter, Slavoj Zizek, updates the wikipedia episode guide for CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls.
A growing Internet controversy forces the Juggernaut to confront his past comments about women and the handicapped.
Ray Kurzweil meets Jeff Foxworthy. Because even after the gray goo starts to spread across the land there will still be rednecks that need help identifying themselves.
Stressed out Gambino Donald Glover posted some strangeness to Instagram and he's not the only one.
After setting his sights on the factual errors in Gravity, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson takes aim at the mega-macho revenge flick Machete Kills.
New York Times opinion thinker Thomas Friedman takes time off from his globe-hopping insights to write for the IHOP menu.
Tom Clancy may be resting in peace, but he's not resting on his laurels. He has taken up a job writing tactical scenarios for vegetarian food company MorninStar Farms.
Remember the 1990s? Remember the ominous sphere that hangs above our city?
Steve and Zack appreciate some of the finest pulp art this side of a Nazi snapping turtle portrait show.
It is my great honor to curate such an extensive collection of media I have watched while I punished my grisly unit.
Famed atheist Richard Dawkins takes his arguments about religion and pedophilia and sexual assault into the courtroom.
Financial blogger and anonymous Goldman Sachs informant GSElevator turns his attention to cannibalizing his fellow employees.
Wondering what to do with your basement? Buddy, I have some ideas that will change the way you think about hanging out with the guys.
With military intervention in Syria becoming unpopular, it is time we do the unthinkable: reveal the Wu-Tang Secret.
Welcome to Night Vale is having a live event on October 10th in Brooklyn!
William S. Burroughs is hired by Chili's to write enticing copy for the addicting margaritas on Chili's drink menu.
Dalton thinks he can come into my town and refuse to pay up. Well, I need you to help me teach him a lesson.
If you're having troubles in your life, turn to the one man you can trust: Ryan Gosling's character in "Only God Forgives."
Eazy-E, Kurt Cobain, and Left Eye tighten the noose on the cult threatening to unleash a nightmare in our reality.
We are how the Universe views itself and also how it views entire seasons of our favorite shows streaming wherever and whenever we want.
The Call of Cobain continues. Kurt battles ghouls, Eazy-E researches ancient texts, and Left Eye experiences a vision of burning doom.
Kate Middleton is bringing forth the next generation of UK royal. Turn to an American's concept of a British person to find out how the country is really feeling.
Cthulhu in the grunge era! Steve as Keeper contends with Zack's celebrity team of investigators.
Cormac McCarthy, renowned author of "The Road" and many other classics, writes reviews of candy for a retro blog.
Are we going to let them bulldoze Doc Musgrave's clinic and put up a wings restaurant?
Deranged Doyle has July 5th deals on overstocked fireworks! The Grassley! The Downton Abbliterator! Everything must go!
Lowtax returns to conclude our exploration of the macabre and mysterious artwork of Ray O'Bannon.
If you are a black man or woman, and you are wondering when you can say "Cracker," you can find out here.
Zack and special guest Lowtax take a look at the artwork of an undiscovered master of the macabre.
TV chef and restauranteur Paula Deen has invited all of the races she could think of to be entertainment at her son's wedding.
Unfortunate things happen when a Jedi afraid of Ewoks attends an Endor-themed costume party.
Who gave her a knife? What is she doing, Enrique? Did you tell her she could carve up my picnic table?
Edward Snowden revealed the NSA's wiretapping secrets and Internet news sites are revealing his girlfriend's underwear.
Steve and Zack begin their adventure into the Star Wars role playing game with an original scenario.
A furious 1930's fan of the Captain Midnight radio serial voices his outrage over the unexpected deaths of several major characters in last night's broadcast.
Maker culture is spreading and changing the way I get people to look at small plastic objects.
A gaming controversy over rape magic in Exalted leads to Steve defending boobs and Zack having an aneurysm.
The famed author of "Ender's Game" gives Ben & Jerry's a little more than they were expecting for their new ice cream promos.
Men living the Gorean lifestyle are outraged by the hypocrisy and discrimination they face on a daily basis.
Peace activists hoped their cause would be bolstered by the blood-drenched killer's insights on wars against Muslim nations.
Me and all the Mayoneggiacs waited years for this, we helped save your stupid show, and this is how you repay us? WHERE'S THE FRIGGING TURTLE, MITCHELL?
Steve takes Zack on a tour of his favorite Rifts cover artwork.
Steve and Zack provide a totally helpful tool for generating treasure at your next gaming session.
Think, the 1980s, but like, dialed up, and sexier, and maybe a little darker. Like Michael Mann 1980s, not Mr. Belvedere 1980s. I'm taking you there. That's my band, Phoebe and the Cates.
Jeff Foxworthy survives the Rapture and breaks out his redneck routine for the rag-draped survivors of the Tribulation.
Your ability to answer seemingly impossible Facebook quizzes is astonishing. I wish I had known you were such a genius when we were in one year of middle school together.
Thrilling events have made life indistinguishable from a high-octane action movie for the maimed victim of a bomb blast.
Perfectly egg-headed Duff, from Ace of Cakes, will insert any type of cake you want into Blue Bunny ice cream.
Popular gaming website Game Bros announces the results of their reader poll to decide the sexiest butts in video games.
Compared to these crazy people on Hoarders everything is going just fine in my life. I've even bought the tarps and hacksaw.
The world's greatest film critic is hired to review the orb-swarming madness of bullet hell shooter games.
Professor John Henry believes a man can best a machine, and he sets out to prove it in a test of teaching prowess.
L Ron Hubbard returns in thetan form to do some paid writing for the American Apparel clothing catalog.
Eyes of Noctum singer and celebrity son, Weston Cage, shares the wisdom he has gained the hard way. By crashing supercars.
Tom Jansing is honest about what he desires out of a relationship. Namely, a good woman who will help him start a family and regularly inflict severe pain on his testicles.
You can't finger paint a logo. Maybe in 1994. Not in 2013. We're not here to babysit your kid. We are going to throw them in the shark tank and teach them to eat the other sharks.
I am loving it down here in this pit. It's like a vacation, and I don't want anybody spoiling it with their ambulances and rescue buckets.
The Unfinished Basement Depot will provide you with some of the tools and part of the know-how to upgrade your underground.
The author of "1984" and "Animal Farm" is hired to write copy for the Fatheads vinyl wall art website.
The creative geniuses from the world's top marketing firms came up with some real rib-ticklers for this year's Super Bowl. See the best, exclusively on Something Awesome!
Steve and Zack have created a useful tool for Dungeons Masters running games in any sort of fantasy setting.
Minor Star Wars character Nien Nunb wants a reboot from J.J. Abrams, and he will do anything to get it.
Famous horror author H.P. Lovecraft spends his posthumous years writing description text for Brazzers clips.
The dark children's fairytale, adapted into an action movie, novelized as a children's fairytale using most of the world's supply of exclamation marks.
Steve and Zack dip back into the 1990s and White Wolf's classic Street Fighter role playing game.