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Sketch(es)- Getting Shitty Abroad w/ Lindsay Ames

No Comments 29 March 2017

Comedian Lindsay Ames becomes that annoying person on your Facebook feed as she travels the globe. Co-created with H Michael Croner. by Daniel Barron     The Big Questions: Who am I? Why are we here? Did I really have lunch if I didn’t post it on Instagram? But we know trees fall in the […]

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Sketch- “George R. R. Martin Spoils Everything”

No Comments 24 June 2016

Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin gets aggro in this comedy sketch from Nuclear Family. by Daniel Barron     Fandom among Game of Thrones viewers used to be sharply divided between ones who arrived at George R. R. Martin’s world through the show and longtime readers of the books. For some, showrunners […]

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Sketch- “Candy-Gasms” by The Perez Bros.

No Comments 05 June 2016

You’re in for a sexy, sweet surprise in this new comedy sketch from the Perez Bros. by Daniel Barron     We’re proud to declare ourselves as progressive and sex-positive here at Yay! LA. Whether you are straight, bi, gay, trans, or whatever they call people who jerk off to anime we celebrate all appetites, provided they are firmly within […]

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Sketch- “Mr. Doxxer” w/ Brad Gage

No Comments 19 April 2016

Brad Gage spoofs Mr. Robot in this comedy short directed by Eric Lombart. by Daniel Barron     By now you’ve seen or a least have heard about the edgy, critically-acclaimed cable drama Mr. Robot, right? If not, get on it! But the cyberthriller is even more real and immediate than you think.  It used […]

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Short- “The Hot Dog Story” by Michelle Alexis Newman

No Comments 08 March 2016

An anecdote animated by Michelle Alexis Newman. by Daniel Barron     The classic morality play Boogie Nights tells us “Everyone has one special thing.” But as we all must painfully come to terms with, sometimes movies lie to us. Case in point: the multi-talented Michelle Alexis Newman, who’s skill in filmmaking (featured in Vice […]

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Sketch- “NFL’s Biggest Oopsie Daisies” w/ Brad Gage

No Comments 02 February 2016

Sportscasters Brad Gage and Lyric Lewis celebrate that other all-American pastime in anticipation of Super Bowl Sunday. by Daniel Barron     “While I am a big football fan, the more I read about how consistently [assault] cases come up, and how often players are let off easy, the more I felt like I needed […]

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Sketch- “Coffee Virgin” by The Perez Bros.

No Comments 01 February 2016

Comedy sketch by the Perez Bros. about one kid’s gateway to addiction. by Daniel Barron     The last time we featured a sketch video by Bay Area-based filmmakers Hart and Devon Perez it tackled the hot button issue of gentrification. It’s over half a year later, and their fingers are still pressed firmly against […]

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Sketch: “How to Be A Girl” w/ Erin Mallory Long

No Comments 17 November 2015

Hello Giggles columnist and Best of Friends podcast co-host Erin Mallory Long brings you her video tutorial to ladyhood. by Daniel Barron     If you’re totally clueless about how to live your life writer, storyteller, and podcaster Erin Mallory Long probably has a video to help fix that. It’s okay, ya big noodle head! […]

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Sketch: “How to Survive A Sick Day w/ Erin Mallory Long

No Comments 27 July 2015

Hello Giggles columnist and Best of Friends podcast co-host Erin Mallory Long brings you her video survival guide to being ill. by Daniel Barron     Cancel that doctor’s appointment, don’t bother logging onto WebMD. There’s a quicker fix. Erin Mallory Long has your video survival guide for a common case of the shitties and […]

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Sketch: “UNISEF- The United Self-Esteem Fund” w/ Giulia Rozzi

No Comments 19 July 2015

Giulia Rozzi wants to tell you about a growing epidemic among adults and how you can help in this comedy sketch. by Daniel Barron     Someday, future generations will ask us with religious awe about those arctic pre-2005 days before MySpace, before Facebook, before self-worth. “We would just have feelings sometimes and no place […]

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