Marvel at the difference between cats and dogs. In a masterful subversion of Pavlovian conditioning, Dan Sorkowitz trained his cat to train him. When it wants treats, it summons Dan with its bell. Who’s the pet here again?
Isaac Moores brings life to Patton Oswalt’s marvelously ad-libbed monologue from Parks & Recreation, where he laid out his suggestion for Star Wars Episode VII. It’s actually barely animated, but it does the job.
Improv Everywhere confuses and amuses New York Subway passengers once again, this time setting up a late night talk show on a random subway car. Though it might have been more entertaining without pants.
(NSFW: Language) Key & Peele take a little roadtrip, when Keegan Michael stumbles upon Jordan’s ridiculously warped audio playlist. A good reason not to record personal diaries on your media player.
(NSFW: Language) 1A4Studio gives the sci-fi classic Aliens the speedrun treatment. The studio has gotten so good at this, you have to watch the short multiple times to appreciate all the references and jokes. Mmmm so fresh!
(NSFW: Language) A man asks his friend to take him to the hospital. But which one of them actually has a problem? A hilarious and tightly made short by writer, director and actor John Viener (Family Guy).
It starts out like any other slightly awkward educational video, but this clip descends into utter madness the longer and longer you stick around through its 3-minute lesson. We’re using that “Galaxy” move the next time we eat out.