Our most packed bonus episode yet! This week Shereen is joined by the creators and hosts of the Arab Spring Break Comedy Show. Anna and Shereen both performed at the first Arab Spring Break show back in November and it was an inclusive and inspiring night; we can't wait for y'all to meet the amazing hosts behind it all! Shereen talks to Claude, Maya, and Winston about how they formed Arab Spring Break, their Middle-Eastern centered comedy show, and the importance of the show in our society. Their stories are perfect for the Ethnically Ambiguous family and we encourage everyone to check out their work! Stay in the loop and follow our extended fam: IG: @ArabSpringBreakComedy / FB: @ArabSpringBreak
Kathy Griffin isn’t the only one to use her comedic platform to poke fun at the current political climate; Funny or Die’s web series, “Baker Daily,” is taking its turn. The season 3 teaser promises to take aim at President Trump without holding back.
There were a few nice bits of continuity thrown in, with Quinn having to step away a couple of times to handle her mother, plus the return of J. Claude Deering as Curtis Hubley.
The holidays have been a helluva time in Saturn, Calif., on YouTube Red's original horror-comedy series 12 Deadly Days. Along with killer carolers, haunted Christmas trees, cursed fruitcakes and even lovelorn vampires, the residents of the town have been unwrapping one misadventure in a series interconnected tales.
Fans of filmmakers Adam Green and Joe Lynch’s podcast The Movie Crypt will be aware that the latter director has recently been at work on a super-secret TV project. Well, today, the cat was dragged from the proverbial bag when YouTube and Blumhouse announced that they have partnered on a new half-hour horror-comedy series called 12 Deadly Days, the directors of which include Joe Menendez (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), The Blair Witch Project architects Eduardo Sánchez and Gregg Hale, and Lynch, whose credits include Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, Everly, and the upcoming, Stephen Yeun-starring Mayhem.
“This seems very … frail.”
That is, until he shares a tender kiss with J. Claude at the end. You’re probably a little confused, but don’t worry. We’re pretty sure Jim O’Heir isn’t the foul-mouthed jerk you see above. That’s because J. Claude Deering sets up each episode of his web series to make things as uncomfortable as possible.
It looks like Jerry-Garry-Larry Gengurch-Gergich has finally had enough with his submissive and klutzy reputation, and he's ready to show the world who he really is. Well, at least Jim O'Heir, the actor who plays the laughable loaf on NBC's Parks and Recreation, is prepared to show his true colors (kind of). O'Heir paid a visit to J. Claude Deering's Funny or Die web series, Things Are Going Great For Me, and, well, he had a little fun with his jerk-ish side. The thing is, we're almost 100 percent positive that O'Heir isn't anything like the snobby or rude persona he gives off in the video. (There's no way that the man who plays Larry Gergich can have a bad bone in his body.)
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Melissa Fumero just won a Golden Globe, but if anything can bring her back down to Earth, it’s a hilariously awkward interview with a guy she once kissed in college. In the fourth episode of Funny Or Die series, “Things Are Going Great For Me with J. Claude Deering,” Fumero reunites with her former classmate for dinner and a chat about her success, but with one odd detail: Deering lied to her about being on a break with his wife, and told his wife that Fumero is in love with him.
We all do it. No one talks about it…except when they’re alone… in the bathroom. LA-based comedy troupe Untitled Sketch Group and director J. Claude Deering present one of the simplest and most honest series this column’s seen in a while with their three-installment “Bathroom Thoughts.”