Watch: President Obama on ‘Between Two Ferns’ | FunnyorDie

Huge (and real) endorsement for Netflix

Obama Jokes At 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner 

and here’s Conan’s …


Michelle and I are saddened to hear about the passing of Roger Ebert. For a generation of Americans - and especially Chicagoans - Roger was the movies. When he didn’t like a film, he was honest; when he did, he was effusive - capturing the unique power of the movies to take us somewhere magical. Even amidst his own battles with cancer, Roger was as productive as he was resilient - continuing to share his passion and perspective with the world. The movies won’t be the same without Roger, and our thoughts and prayers are with Chaz and the rest of the Ebert family.
President Obama: Roger Ebert ‘Was The Movies’ | HP Ent
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We must bring balance to the Force. #Sequester #JediMindMeld - @WhiteHouse
‘South Park’ Replicated Obama’s Victory Speech, Right Down To The Flag Hair Lady | Warming Glow

‘South Park’ Replicated Obama’s Victory Speech, Right Down To The Flag Hair Lady | Warming Glow

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If you’re having world problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but a Mitt ain’t one.
Jay-Z’s new lyrics for Obama’s Ohio rally.



A message from Bruce

Mitt Romney does want people to listen to their boss when it comes to who to vote for.

For the first time, I might have to agree with him…

Not sure how I missed this on Friday …

The lights from the presidential motorcade illuminate a New Hampshire farmhouse at night in the sprawling New England landscape. JED BARTLET steps out onto his porch as the motorcade slows to a stop.

BARTLET (calling out) Don’t even get out of the car!

BARACK OBAMA (opening the door of his limo) Five minutes, that’s all I want.

BARTLET Were you sleepy?


BARTLET Was that the problem? Had you just taken allergy medication? General anesthesia?

OBAMA I had an off night.

So Lorne Michaels told the Times. He also stressed that Fred Armisen is still the show’s “backbone.”