Zach Galifianakis Welcomes Barack Obama 'Between Two Ferns'

Do Cheney next! As part of a last minute push to get young people to sign up for health insurance at before the March 31st deadline, Barack Obama agreed to let Zach Galifianakis insult the shit out of him. It's every fat farmer from North Carolina's dream come true.

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Zach Galifianakis was finally having a nice time between his ferns until Jennifer Aniston showed up. Zach Galifianakis was finally having a nice time between his ferns until Jennifer Aniston showed up. Zach invited Tila Tequila to be interviewed and the two were having a great time. Then Zach ran out of questions, and had to bring on Jennifer Aniston to talk about Just Go With It. I think we're all in agreement that this is the rare time where we're interested in what Tila Tequila has to say. (Funny Or Die)


Jimmy Kimmel Scored A Pretty Big Guest In Barack Obama Last Night

Maybe he'll get Rick Perry next week. In the interest of fairness. Jimmy Kimmel hosted none other than Barack Obama last night during the President's west coast trip. Never one to squander an opportunity, he asked Barry about all the big issues, including long receipts, smartphones, and, of course, texting. It may not have been the most presidential interview of all time, but it was plenty entertaining, and Kimmel certainly brought his A-game. So did Obama for that matter. He really seemed to be enjoying himself on the show, probably happier than hell that his presidential gig will be up soon enough, and he can return to life as a somewhat normal person after this. In the meantime, bask in the glow of relaxed Obama.


Will Ferrell Sits In The Hot Seat ‘Between Two Ferns’

Given Zach's track record, this could have spiraled into disaster a lot quicker. In this Speed Stick sponsored edition of Between Two Ferns, Hangover II star Zach Galifianakis invites Will Ferrell to pop a squat between his Pteridophyta and talk about his new film Everything Must Go. Other topics include delicious cherries and berries, hip hop dance squads, Charlie perfume, Zach's weight loss, and everybody's favorite meal, lunch. All this plus a surprise guest. [post-album postid="211753" item="13"]


Cast Your Vote For Either Zach Galifianakis Or Will Ferrell In 'The Campaign'

Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis: Two men, two funny voices. The Campaign manages to take old characters and make them new again, with what will surely be funny results. Will Ferrell will be donning the George W. Bush suit (with a hint of Ricky Bobby) while Zach Galifianakis takes a lesser-known (but far more funny) character out for a spin: his timid alter-ego Seth Galifianakis. Of course, the characters they're playing will have names like Cal Brady and Marty Huggins, respectively, and they'll be duking it out for a congressional seat in North Carolina. The movie doesn't look particularly "good," but after some more melancholy fare like Everything Must Go, it's nice to see Ferrell just get dumb. Points to the trailer guys for using The Black Keys, and points against them for using the hackneyed "Takin' Care of Business," leading me to believe that Homer Simpson may have had a hand in creating this trailer.


Zach Galifianakis Gets Nimble, Zach Gets Quick On 'Sesame Street'

Spoiler: A piranha comes to eat him. Zach Galifianakis practiced a little grooming, put on a nice cardigan, and found his way to Sesame Street to star in a bit about the nursery rhyme "Jack Be Nimble." It's pretty damn good, and Zach looks right at home on set, making me think he could maybe be a Sesame Street regular. He could replace Oscar or something as a buttoned-down manager at H&R Block. We could over-analyze this to death, but watch the clip. It's cute.


Zach Galifianakis Buys A Giraffe In 'The Hangover Part III' Teaser Trailer

He's one step closer to 'We Bought A Zoo' status. Todd Phillips promised that The Hangover Part III wouldn't be another rehash of what made the original great. After watching this teaser trailer for the final chapter in the trilogy, I'm worried that Todd Phillips doesn't know what the word "rehash" means. Thus I'm happy to present the first teaser trailer for this summer's biggest comedy. Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis,Ed Helms, and some form of exotic animal return to have crazy adventures with Las Vegas gangsters one more time.