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Comedian Casey Jane Ellison recently released a fashion parody on YouTube called “WHAT THE F*SHION?” In her first episode, she set her sights on something near and dear to our hearts: Los Angeles.
The setup: Ellison, a New Yorker new to Los Angeles, is seen as being a real downer by her new L.A. community, so she decides the solution is to embrace L.A. fashion. She proceeds to move through L.A. fashion stereotypes, including the looks of several celebrities.
Styles embraced by Miss Ellison include eco-friendly, off the shoulder, model Alexa Chung, Khloe Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, a white/Armenian Rihanna and a certain former “Friends” star. She’ll also bring you up to date on all the latest slang that she completely made up, like “outfie.” (That means “outfit,” cool kids.)
Go watch the video above and enjoy L.A. fashion comedy, and check out the second episode of the series looking at edgy outfits below:
A prominent business owner is offering an all-you-can-eat tour through a gigantic chocolate factory. No, Willy Wonka isn’t real — it’s billionaire investor Warren Buffett, one of the world’s wealthiest men.
Buffett’s auctioning off an all-you-can-eat half-day tour of the See’s Candy Factory in Los Angeles, including a meeting with Buffett himself. Buffett owns See’s Candies.
The tour also includes the promise that, “Before or after your tour, Mr. Buffett will demonstrate the only acceptable way to eat a bonbon.”
Speaking of education, the tour is being offered through CharityBuzz.com, with proceeds going to Communities In Schools. The L.A. charity describes its mission as “[surrounding] students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.”
Host John Rabe and intern Matt Lee make funny faces while telling us a joke.
Can you tell a joke in six seconds? That's the question we asked folks leading up to FUNNY: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Comedy, a Crawford Family Forum program with comedian Alonzo Bodden and author David Misch.
Through conversation and discussion of Misch's book, FUNNY, the two led audience members through an exploration into the hilarious absurdity of the human condition, the legendary jokers that make us howl and why it feels so damn good to laugh out loud.
In person and through social media, we called on listeners to share their best jokes. We also scoured the Internet. We found all types of humor, ranging from knock knock jokes to goofy songs. Here are a few responses, combined with other comedic moments from across the web.
Marvel and DC both came out at Comic-Con 2013 this weekend fighting, with Marvel hoping to continue its moment and DC Comics trying to build on the success of “Man of Steel” and shift things in their direction. Hours after Warner Brothers and DC Comics made news by announcing a Batman versus Superman movie, Marvel fired back with further details on some of their upcoming projects, including “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” “Thor: The Dark World” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”
Fans were left without any announcements regarding Marvel’s “Phase 3,” the films set to follow the second “Avengers” film and lead up to “Avengers 3.” Director Edgar Wright was at Comic-Con to promote his new film “The World’s End,” but didn’t appear to talk about his Marvel film “Ant-Man,” set for November 2015. While fans speculated those announcements may be saved for corporate parent Disney’s D23 convention next month, “Avengers” maestro Joss Whedon did announce that the film previously known only as “Avengers 2” had a new name — “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”
ABC previewed the first episode of its upcoming superhero TV series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." at Comic-Con in San Diego on Friday, July 19, 2013.
Marvel presented the new "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." at Comic-Con, surprising fans by playing the entire pilot of the latest show from the mind of "Avengers" writer/director Joss Whedon.
The show follows up on the events of "The Avengers" with a world dealing with the fact that it now knows aliens exist and is seeing these superheroes beginning to spring up.
Fans have been eager to know how exactly Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), who appeared to be killed in "The Avengers," has been brought back for the series. While some aspects of the resurrection seem to be revealed in the pilot, series co-creator and Joss Whedon's brother Jed Whedon says, "We don't want to tell it so slowly that people go crazy."