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If you were transported from the 1960s you’d probably mistaken an iPhone for a Pop-Tart as well. That’s just one of many things Christina Hendricks experiences in Funny or Die’s latest sketch. The Mad Men actress all of a sudden finds herself in a modern office complete with all of today’s technologies. Naturally, this is ripe for plenty of amusing moments.

The clip, however, ends on somewhat of an educational note. Hendricks doles out some stats about women in the workplace. “Did you know that almost 70 percent of the minimum-wage workforce is female, but only 15 percent of our Fortune 500 CEOS are?” Hendricks says. “I figure if we’re going to run our businesses like it’s the 1960s, I’m going to act like it.” Check out the clip below.

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Rumer Willis teams up with Constantine Rousouli to parody Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea’s massive hit, “Problem.” The duo previously co-starred together in For the Record: Tarantino!SPF.” The 25-year-old actress rubs lotions on a group of buff boys at the beach and poolside. #luckybitch The video was written and directed by Jake Wilson, who is featured in the video rapping where Iggy normally does her thing. Check out the clip below.

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Ever wonder how much Mary Poppins makes? According to a Funny or Die skit, the iconic nanny makes only $7.25 an hour. In this day and age, that’s simply “Supercalifragilisticexpiali-BULLSH*T,” sings Kristen Bell.

Speaking of Bell, it’s uncanny how much the Veronica Mars actress resembles Julie Andrews in the beloved Disney musical. If they ever do a remake, Kristen would be an ideal choice. Watch the video below to watch Bell sing to the tune of “A Spoonful Of Sugar” while outlining why she deserves a three dollar wage increase.

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Weird Al Yankovic Scores First Number One Album

In: Donovan, Music
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It’s hard to believe it’s never happened previously. For the first time in his storied career, Weird Al Yankovic has scored a number one album on the Billboard Top 200, by moving 104,000 copies of Mandatory Fun during its first week.

It looks like all that hard work promoting his fourteenth studio album paid off. The 54-year-old released a new music video every day since last Monday- eight in total. If you missed any of them, I’ve posted them all below. Congrats to Weird Al for this career milestone.

“It’s kinda blowing up,” says the 54-year-old comedian. “The response has surprised even me. I really like the videos and thought they’d have a big impact, but this has been beyond my wildest expectations. This is the most attention that has ever been focused on me probably ever. I’m quite overwhelmed by it all.”

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Weird Al Yankovic is going full out to promote his new album, Mandatory Fun, in stores now. The 54-year-old comedian has released a new video each day this week.

He started things off, poking fun at Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” with “Tacky” featuring cameos from Margaret Cho, Aisha Tyler and Eric Stonestreet. Yankovic followed that up with “Word Crimes” (Robin Thicke “Blurred Lines”), “Handy” (Iggy Azalea “Fancy) and “Foils” (Lorde “Royals”).

Wisely, Weird Al has debuted each video on different outlets- YouTube, College Humor and Yahoo. I can’t wait to see what he drops tomorrow. In the meantime, check out “Foils,” “Handy,” and “Word Crimes” below and share which one is your favorite.

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30 years after Weird Al Yankovic released his smash “Eat It” parodying Michael Jackson’s “Beat It,” the 54-year-old entertainer is still poking fun at some of the music industry’s biggest hits. His latest gem spoofs Pharrell Williams‘ infectious “Happy.”

Yankovic pulls out an assortment of tastefully tasteless fashions for the “Tacky” music video which premiered at the Nerdist.com earlier today. Joining him, wearing all the mismatched wardrobe ensembles are Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black.

Filming took place at the historic Palace Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, the same space that was used as Julianne Moore’s apartment in The Big Lebowski. Check out the video below.

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Must See Parody: Frozen Is The New Black

In: Donovan, Videos
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Elsa‘s been a very bad girl. The Frozen queen has been sent to jail for casting eternal Winter on Arendelle. She joins other Disney princesses in a hilarious Orange Is The Black parody from animator Leigh Lahav who previously gave us the Hobbit-Mean Girls spoof, “Mean Elves.”

Watch the video below to see Elsa interact with Mulan, Merida, Ariel, Belle and more Disney characters in the big house. There’s even an Adele Dazeem reference in the mix. Poor John Travolta will never live that one down.

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Ever wonder about the trials and tribulations of a gay porn star while filming on set? Wonder no more. Randy Blue mainstay Diego Sans filmed a cheeky lip dub to Beyonce‘s “Pretty Hurts.” The adult film star passionately lip syncs for his life while prodding and critiquing himself. Check out all the slightly NSFW action in “Porn Hurts” below.

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