Get an extra bump of Kingpin Katie with these expanded adventures of everyone’s favorite inept drug dealer and would-be dirty cop.
Your favorite Drawfee artists "spin that wheel" for creative challenges from the silly to the bizarre on this retro variety show full of familiar faces.
Max, a jaded ten year old, finds himself stuck at a dysfunctional summer camp run by a shady business mogul who is looking to turn a profit any way he can.
Slacker comedy writer-turned-hapless drug dealer Katie Marovitch makes coke a joke in this darkly funny origin story inspired by Breaking Bad.
Jake Young sits down with real experts to discuss the disturbing lessons of WTF 101, from famous fights to fungi.
Crippled with debt, Grant and Ally go head-to-head in this agonizing competition show to prove they'll do ANYTHING to pay off their student loans.
Drawfee's Caldwell Tanner and Nathan Yaffe must spend eternity in Hell unless they make killer cartoons from viewers' suggestions.
Ally Beardsley hosts this highly entertaining game show where contestants make a joint effort to weed out who among them is secretly stoned.
What really goes on in CollegeHumor offices may surprise you, unless you're already familiar with unprofessional, inappropriate slackoffs getting nothing done.
Original sketches, music videos, and pop culture parodies spanning the last CollegeHumor decade.
A new generation of troopers search for purpose away from Dreadlord Sinister and the intergalactic grind, in this stellar sequel to the classic web series.
Adventurers, alight! Veteran gamemaster Brennan Lee Mulligan dives deep into role-playing games, with tips for everyone from first-time players to other pros.
Ruby Jade (Amir Blumenfeld) is 30, single, and sexually frustrated. Josh Rice (Jake Hurwitz) is the dating coach helping him find love wherever he can.
Welcome to Drawfee's epic fantasy role playing series, where viewers help artists take a dumb adventure through even dumber drawings.
Hungry for power, fame, and anything else, Mama and Plum invade cushy New England with sights set on Plum's most ambitious title yet: student body president.
The crypt has nothing on the closet when Ally Beardsley and guests share terrifying tales from before they came out.
Your guide to the weird and unknown in all things nerdy, from Marvel to Mario.
Afternoon detention with Ms. Foxtrot leads to magical, educational, and extremely gross journeys.
Introducing a game show of fandom minutiae one-upmanship, where nerds do what nerds do best: flaunt encyclopedic nerd knowledge at Millennium Falcon nerd-speed.
Want to know how the funny gets made? Hear behind-the-scenes stories, play games, and read rejected sketches with your favorite CollegeHumor cast and crew.
Things get steamy when Jessica Ross, Rekha Shankar, and their hilarious guests review the finest erotic literature the internet has to offer.
Host and philosopher Katie Marovitch recruits comedians to answer life’s important questions, like “What’s the sexiest way to die?”
Heed the call of adventure and enter Dimension 20 where Game Master Brennan Lee Mulligan, joined by comedians and pro gamers, blends comedy with tabletop RPGs.
In this newsroom, breaking means losing. Our reporters don't know what's about to be on the teleprompter, and every laugh is a point against them.
Pop culture gets gamed when Brian Miller, Eli Yudin, Carolyn Page, and special guests grab dice and turn your favorite movies and TV shows into tabletop RPGs.
The codependent, ill-advised adventures of co-workers/best friends/nemeses/gullies Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld.
A wealthy British family contends with the turn of a century, a changing modern world, and their own unshakeable idiocy, in this Downton Abbey parody.
He's here to help, but you're not helping.
It all goes down in the comment section when the CollegeHumor cast responds to some of their favorite YouTube comments and fan questions.
The crazy popular, wildly mundane game show where celebrities guess if it's a sock or a hat. Really, that's it.
Josh Ruben gets some of the least helpful notes ever while recording voice-over.
Peek behind the CollegeHumor curtain with these classic compilations and behind-the-scenes intel from our cast and crew.
When Rekha and Sam plan a charity casino night, Trapp and Grant can’t resist putting together a crack team to pull off the dumbest heist ever.
When Murph has a premonition of a breakroom bloodbath, it sets off a chain of deadly events in the CollegeHumor offices. They can run, but they can't hide.
Zach Reino plays IT guy Josh Mullens playing Special Ops Agent Jack Maxwell on an action-gun-packed mission to save pizza, America, and your ass, on company time.
Comic illustrators Nathan Yaffe and Caldwell Tanner turn dumb ideas into even dumber real-time drawings, based on pop culture, fan fiction, and viewer requests.
Get a front row seat for live performances from classic CollegeHumor sketch and stand up shows, featuring some of today's best comedians before they were big.
Office alliances and basic common sense fall to shit when HR mandates a one-night criminal free-for-all.
From Logan Paul to Guy Fieri, mash-up master Nick Lutsko brings you satirical songs so catchy, you'll be singing along to celebrities you hate.
Get even more of Ally & Grant cringing for cash in these exclusive bonus scenes from Total Forgiveness.
Tristan Cooper and Andrew Bridgman nerd out over the iconic comic books that fueled the fandom and inspired movie multiverses. (Formerly Back Issue Book Club)
Watch, cringe, and laugh along with Jake and Amir as they provide deep-dive commentary on season two of their unsafe-for-work series, Lonely and Horny.
Welcome to the funny, moving, and downright weird side of sports, when guests tell Raphael Chestang the stories of their favorite underrated athletes and teams.
For the final rulings on controversial questions about life and pop culture, we ask the most judgmental people we know: comedians.
Rekha Shankar invites her famous best friends over to play games, answer questions, and tell spooky stories.
Our wildest, weirdest, and worst experiences are brought to life with animation in these unscripted storytelling shorts.
A collection of special previews for our exclusive new content, available on Dropout.
Adam Conover, CollegeHumor's resident know-it-all and major bummer, takes on society's biggest misconceptions.
The intergalactic exploits of Dreadlord Sinister's deadly elite troopers Rich and Larry, in a space saga of epic incompetence. Guest starring Aubrey Plaza.
The unofficial celebrity biography of Mary-Kate Olsen, brought to spoiled rotten life by Elaine Carroll. Featuring Bodyguard, Fat Professor, and obscene wealth.
Great philosopher Katie Marovitch hosts a roundtable debate with other comedians to answer the deepest questions of our time.
Kaiju monsters beware! Outside, they're a giant robot defending their city; inside, they defend against each other's incompetence.
Bring the drama. Live the drama. Be the drama.
The glistening fruits of our ill-conceived annual tradition of guerrilla video making. We do it for you, and you're so welcome. Behold the bounty or whatever.
Brian Murphy and Emily Axford attempt a lovely night out for a romantic meal, but sadly blow their chances by bringing themselves.
Just a regular dude's point of view in this crazy world.
After hours, co-workers Sarah and David secretly "dip" their "respective pens" into each other's "corporate ink," so to "speak."
Precious Plum (Elaine Carroll) and her stage monster Mama (Josh Ruben) are hellbent for beauty pageant fame and free famburgers, in this Honey Boo Boo parody.
Welcome to Camp Wanaykaka, where childhoods get scarred, counsellors get weird, and Milana's bodacious bazongas are legend. Starring Josh Ruben and Thomas Middleditch.
Badman, the world's most petulant detective and least competent caped crusader, annoys iconic foes and allies in this superhero parody (starring Pete Holmes).