Dec 212012

World famous comedian Jerry Seinfeld has so many famous bits, jokes, and gags, it’s hard to pick out a most famous one. But without a doubt, one of his top jokes is his pop tart bit.

He recently sat down with The New York Times to discuss how to write a joke, and ended up explaining the true magic behind the breakfast food gag.

Now, the video is going viral, and is further featured on NYTimesSalon, Today,  and BIOTV


(Anyone else annoyed by the camera constantly focusing? What year is it?)

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Dec 172012

To promote the release of his new movie Ted on DVD and Blu-ray, Seth MacFarlane made a very special visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live

In a rare scene, a completely CGI Ted bear came on stage and talked to Jimmy while Seth added the voice from the backroom. The CGI is so good, some viewers assume Ted is simply an extravagant puppet.

Now, the video has over 750,000 views, and is featured on HypableVideoSift, and NoTheyDidnt


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Dec 142012

Kaitlin Snow and Nate Turley pulled a very special on campus prank in honor of the holidays. In the cafeteria at BYU, they would ask to interview students passing by and ask them some Christmas questions. 

At the end, Nate or Kate would ask, ‘Do you do the mistletoe tradition?’ as one of their off camera teammates would lower a mistletoe over them. 

Some laugh, some actually kiss, and some slap

Already, the new video has over 175,000 views, and is further featured on UpRoxx, LaughingSquid, and DailyOfDay


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Dec 112012

The tradition of No Pants Subway rides, and their subsequent viral videos, are nearly as old as web 2.0 itself, originally starting in 2002.

Charlie Todd is the founder and brain behind ImprovEverywhere, the NYC based prank-improv group behind No Pants Subway Ride and many other viral mass-social pranks.

He sat down with Thnkr TV to talk all about the Story Behind No Pants Subway Ride, and other aspects of IE


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Nov 302012

South Korean pop sensation Gangnam Style is obviously the most popular viral video of 2012–if not ever. Recently, PSY has  finally dethroned Justin Bieber as the artist with the #1 most viewed video YouTube.

The song has seeped so deep into the American culture that even Bill O’Reilly, famous for acting as America’s cranky old grandpa, has heard of the song. In a recent segment, he talked with Keith Ablow, and attempted to ‘dissect‘ the pop music video. 


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