We love British comedy or comedy from British even if it takes place in the United States. We came across this teaser trailer for “Hello Ladies” new HBO comedy debuting in September 2013. Stephen Merchant, the co-creator of “The Office” series with Ricky Gervais, created Hello Ladies. Hello Ladies tells the story of a British transplant living in Los Angeles and his and his geeky friends’ lives as they attempt to meet women.
An interview with Professor Frank Backus, the Paradox King from the novel Paradox Lost Books I and II written by Daniel L. Lowery who also authored this interview.
1. HarryBalls.com: In the story Paradox Lost, Professor Frank Backus teaches classes on the Philosophy of Language and Basic Philosophy. Professor Backus what subjects do you cover in your lessons?
Frank Backus: Well, Greenleaf University is a fundamentalist Christian school, so many of the students are unfamiliar with the subjects I cover, such as oxymorons.
2. HarryBalls.com: Oxymorons? Could you explain them to us?
Frank Backus: Well, don’t feel bad if you don’t know what an oxymoron is. Half my class thought it meant really stupid people. Actually, oxymorons are words that contradict each other such as Same Difference, Turning Up the Silence and a Well Known Secret. (more…)
Maria Bamford, one of our favorite comedians from Minnesota, in conjunction with My Damn Channel, created a new satirical advice video series called “Ask My Mom” where viewers can ask Maria’s Mom, played by Maria, advice about their lives which debuted on the My Damn Channel channel on Youtube. We enjoy Maria’s sense of humor. You may recognize Maria from her appearance in Season 4 of Arrested Development and as the enthusiastic shopper in the Target Holiday TV ads. We have posted the first two episodes of Ask My Mom here. My Damn Channel will release new episodes of “Ask My Mom” on Thursdays in June 2013. (more…)
Check out this funny video commentary on the current state of President Obama’s presidency who some call a Lame Duck.
Do you consider yourself a fan of science fiction? Star Wars? Comedy? If you do and haven’t seen Space Janitors, a funny parody of Star Wars created by two Canadians named Davin Lengyel and Geoff Lapaire then get some psychological counseling because you are living in denial. The Space Janitor’s team plans to debut Season Two on April 2nd on Geek & Sundry’s Web site. Geek & Sundry are the folks who created another fun show called The Guild which stars Felicia Day. (more…)
Prior to the release of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition their PR team made sure everyone and their mother knew the lengths they went to conduct a photo shoot with Kate Upton at Antarctica. Well frakk them. The nutty HarryBalls team conducted our Bathing Suit Edition photo shoot in space and on Mars. How do you like them apples Sports Illustrated?
The HarryBalls Bathing Suit Edition features characters from select apps and video games posing in their bath suit. We released a preview of the 2013 HarryBalls Bathing Suit Edition and the image features The Panda from the Talking Bear Hugs app created by Australian based App Village.
The Talking Bear Hugs app offers consumers a fun way to send virtual hugs to their contacts, friends, enemies and political opponents. Consumers can download and use the Talking Bear Hugs app for free but they have to pay $0.99 for additional characters like The Panda.
We will release the complete Bathing Suit Edition later this month.
Watch what happens when Mark Zuckerberg visits The Jesus Show to promote the Facebook Graph Search. This satirical parody comedy video was written and directed by John Busher. Animation provided by Xtranormal.