Quick make-a-dumb-video break…
Maybe you saw me on Comedy Central’s @midnight? If not, maybe you will now by clicking HERE!
Make a version of the song “West Coast” (by Coconut Records) in the style of the Star Wars cantina band, complete with singing aliens.
A big Thank You to Chris Hardwick and everyone at Nerdist, Jason Schwarzman (he is Coconut Records), Billy Dee Williams for stopping by Phirmilab (WHAAAAT?!), Dannah for being the voice of the Tonnika Sisters, Theresa Patten-Köckert for being the female half of the choir with me (at the end of the song), and Ben Burtt for being a genius.
(Ben Burtt is the sound designer for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Wall-E… everything with great sound and amazing voices. I’ve learned a lot about him and his work in the last few months, and he is now one of my heros. Check out his book “The Sounds of Star Wars” — it’s incredible!)
PS. I got to shoot Greedo! For no good reason!
Learning Town was really fun to make, as evidenced by this behind the scenes footage of me and my new little buddy, Liman.
If you missed Learning Town, watch them all HERE!
Thank You to Paul & Storm for including me in this! (Be warned: it’s not actually for kids.) Episode 1:
Episode 2—next week!
In keeping with our love for songs that are listenable but pretty much impossible to sing along with, Hard ‘n Phirm presents: “Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah)” featuring Hayley Williams (from Paramore), Melissa Rauch (from Big Bang Theory), and an excitable little foreign dude.
Not familiar with the “Ermahgerd” meme?
Read this! http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/ermahgerd
Join me LIVE online tomorrow night at 8pm for…
I swear it’s not just parents talking about how adorable their kids’ poops are. It’s geeky parents sharing ideas on having fun with geeky kids (and… alright… occasionally mentioning their geeky poops).
UPDATE: Or watch it here…
Question or suggestion for the show? Email me or leave a comment!
If you missed it, “Weird Al” Yankovic has a show over on the Nerdist YouTube channel called Face to Face. In this episode, Al interviews William H. Macy. I don’t want to spoil the surprise, but… just watch it, and act surprised at around minute 8:40!
After watching this one, do what I’d do and WATCH THEM ALL!
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to have 100 billion of my favorite comedians come through Phirmilab to record some songs for the 2010 Comedy Death Ray Christmas Album. This was the biggee. Hope you like it!
Here’s another Xtranormal video, because they’re fast, they’re fun, and they help me clear my notebook of dumb little jokes with nowhere to go. En Joy!