Bern Your Enthusiasm

Check out Larry David in this Bernie Sanders directed SNL sketch. Yes, its as good as that sentence sounds but don’t get your hopes up! Ok?!

This isn’t Bernie first foray into entertainment. For more info check out this AV Club article. Ok?!

The Dustbowl Revivial and Dick Van Dyke: ‘Never Had to Go’

We had the luck and the privilege to share the first single “Never Had To Go” from our 2015 release With A Lampshade On with the man himself, Dick Van Dyke and his lovely wife Arlene. They said come over and let’s do a video. So we did. What a dreamy guy. At 89, he really can still dance like he’s in Mary Poppins!

The album drops officially on Tuesday July 21 – released by Signature Sounds Recordings.

Kung Fury


Kung Fury is an over-the-top 80’s action comedy that was crowd funded through Kickstarter and shot on VHS tape. It tells the bad ass story of Kung Fury, a vigilante cop who travels back in time to kill the ultimate villian, Hitler. The film is full of explosions and features nazis, dinosaurs, vikings and cheesy one-liners. Written & Directed by David Sandberg and Presented by Laser Unicorns.

Mitt Romney vs. Evander Holyfield

Looks like Mitt Romney is loosing his white gloves for some red ones…

via NPR:

Mitt Romney is a glutton for punishment. After losing the 2012 presidential election as the Republican presidential nominee, Romney may be gearing up for a beating of another kind. The 68-year-old former Massachusetts governor will step into the boxing ring on Friday to fight former world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield. Yes, you read that right.

Punchlines for Progress: Remixed Comedy

Mash Up documentary ‘Punchlines for Progress: Why Jon Stewart is one of the most trusted men in America.‘ uses a variety of media sources to document the role of the ‘court jester’. Featuring poignant  and hilarious interviews with the likes of John Stewart, George Carlin, Lenny Bruce and many more celebrating the robust history of American satire and freedom of speech. Created by Marie Wustner.

George Carlin: Live from the Capitol Theatre

A rare archival performance from the patron saint of The Ironicle, George Carlin. George was more than a comedian too many, and like Mark Twain before him, to some, he was just a clown. We know better though here at The Ironicle. We can’t say “shit”, “piss”, “fuck”, “cunt” “cocksucker”, “mother-fucker” or “tits” without feeling his holy spirit smiling down on us. Of course, he’s not actually smiling down on us cuz he’s dead. So it goes. Dead people don’t smile, babies are pure, and you still can’t say “fuck” on tv.  So, now that’s thats out of my system please enjoy this amazing performance from April 13th, 1979 (which also happened to be Friday the 13th).