Original sketches, music videos, and pop culture parodies spanning the last CollegeHumor decade.
What? Kids love chocolate.
Is life even worth living without the precious, precious trash in your backpack?
Rekha, Siobhan, Ally and Jessica try to figure out when the right time is to start licking the plate. There's SUCH A STIGMA about licking the plate too early in a relationship!
Raph and Jess say Rekha is too good to date their friends, because for some reason they are best friends with terrible, terrible people.
It's time to gather everybody -- absolutely everybody -- to fight Thanos.
You're welcome, ladies.
Dope, dope, dope.
Nothing's "cool" about war. Except for that one laser gun. That thing kicks ass. Hell yeah.
Because it's the least they could do. Literally. It's pretty much the actual, mathematical, least.
Grant is here to give you five helpful tips on making the most of your extremely solitary meals.
As someone in a happy relationship who has no clue what you're talking about, here's my advice.
I don't pay taxes because I'm a revolutionary, not because I'm too lazy to figure out how to do it.
Chompsky's invents new reasons for women to be embarrassed—and the products to fix them.
Slide into the DMs: the only game show where we cannot legally show you the prize.
Their apartments are basically the same, except for one of them being "condemned by the city."
Daddy like? No, seriously, what does he like?
Daddy like—a little too much.
Can you throw our ball back, Katie? Well? Can you?
America has spoken, and it wants TV that's more divisive than ever.
Jess is the mother of four beautiful, bouncing, adult comedy writers.
I've never been funny before, but I'll try it right now, on the most important day of your life.
Relationships come and go, but a franchise is forever.
We even added subtitles, cuz we know what you're doing.
Thank god that Rekha noticed Trapp had no case on his phone. If she hadn't, who knows how long this negligence would have gone on.