So, it's already pretty much old news about Michael Richards, aka Kramer, having a public meltdown in which he accurately profiled various members of his audience as being descendants of African-American heritage.
Well, we here at iLaugh couldn't help but immediately (read: within three weeks) jump on the bandwagon and produce ourselves a hilarious (read: crappy) little cartoon commemorating the fateful incident. Read more »
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
iLaugh Comedy Corporation Central Portal (CCCP) Launches with Zero Fanfare
New York City — In a “launch” attended by absolutely no media, fans or even casual onlookers, the iLaugh Comedy Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “the Corporation”) today announced, within the confines of its dead-silent boardroom, the availability of its new website http://www.ilaugh.com/. Read more »
As much as we've tried to stem the tide of illegal aliens pouring in from south of the border (not Taco Bell, but Mexico), there are still tens of millions of illegal immigrants residing in the U.S. and many others waiting to grab their own slice of the American Frito pie. Read more »
Being single in the city takes on a new twist in “#1 Single,” a new series following Billboard-topping singer Lisa Loeb on her quest to have it all: love, success, a career and family. The performer’s one-of-a-kind approach to life will be the subject of the new eight-part series, which is set to premiere on E! Entertainment Television in January 2006. Newly single, Loeb is moving back to New York, where she will dip her toe into the dating pool for the first time since college. —Starpulse News Blog Read more »
Will someone please tell me how I missed this?
“Cryme Tyme,” WWE’s latest offensively-gimmicked tag team (black rappin’ hoods who steal shit from whitey!) respond to a Krameresque stand-up comic with the most vicious-looking attack I’ve ever seen in a wrestling-type thing. Read more »
Recently, President W. Bush spoke about the danger of Climate change in his State of the Union address. Apparently, this make-believe theory of "Global Warming," once confined to the science-fiction writings of authors like Al Gore and 99 percent of all the scientists on Earth, has somehow become a reality. Read more »
When James Wolfensohn became the ninth World Bank president in May 2005, it knocked rock star/budding economist Bono Vox out of the running. While some believed Bono would have been a sound choice to serve this important role, we feel he'd be better suited as director of the International Monetary Fund.
What are some of Bono's proposed IMF reforms? Read more »
Hey, you didn’t hear it from me. That’s merely the thesis of a clever parody by two of our favorite humorists, Wayne Gladstone and G. Xavier Robillard, in which Lucas gets his grubby midget hands on the reigns of some other Hollywood hits.
Here’s an excerpt (from FLYMF.com — I’d like to think of myself as a rather fly MF myself) of a Lucas-approved Big Chill rejig: Read more »
From the brains who brought you “Brokeback to the Future” (if it hasn’t been brought to you yet, Google it sometime), trailer-mashup artistes Dan Perrault and Matt Dahan from Chocolate Cake City have done it again with a preview of the next (kinder, gentler) Bond flick.
These guys suffered through hours of Tom Hanks’ worst ’80s movies just to slice, dice and splice this trailer, and for that alone we doff our caps to ‘em. The crappy, over-the-top announcer is the icing on the sweet Chocolate Cake. Read more »
The importing of Canadian softwood lumber into the United States remains the single largest point of contention between these two nations.
Government officials on both sides of the issue are exercising caution with their soundbites but as the dispute rages on, other folks more directly affected by the dispute aren't mincing words. Read more »
In honor of White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan's sudden retirement, we here at LaughJournal decided to dig up something from the ol' archives: a transcript from a recent press conference, including Scotty's inner thoughts transmitted directly from his brain! Read more »