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Girl, Poorly-Acted

Posted by: Matt Koff | February 25, 2013 at 11:00AM

I say we take back Angelina's Oscar, shatter it into pieces, and divvy 'em up among these ladies.

[via DoucheChillz]

If You Don't Watch Tosh Tuesday Tonight…

Posted by: Carly Hallam | November 23, 2010 at 1:00PM

Nicolas Cage will lose his shit.

Four episodes of Tosh.0 start TONIGHT at 8:00pm on Comedy Central!

[via Pajiba]

Everything Chris Klein Says In Street Fighter

Posted by: Carly Hallam | September 10, 2010 at 4:00PM

Any doubts about Chris Klein's superb talent were dismissed after seeing his audition for Mamma Mia (which is still one of my all-time favorite things ever).

Chris doesn't just read lines. He lives and breathes his characters.

Today, we can bask in Chris Klein glory with this ingenious montage of his acting inĀ Street Fighter.

I contacted Chris' agent for a comment on this video, which is widely being mocked today (on other blogs, not here). And he said, "Well at least my client speaks! I can't say the same for his mute co-star."

[via Gawker]

Who Wants To Rent 'Caught In The Crossfire'?

Posted by: Carly Hallam | July 6, 2010 at 6:00PM

When the leaked Mamma Mia audition tape made its rounds a bunch of people tried to say it was fake.

Many commented that there was no way Chris Klein's bulging eyes were anything but a joke. But I knew deep in my heart of hearts that the audition tape was real and I am submitting this clip from Caught In The Crossfire as evidence.

At least watch past the one minute mark when bulgy-eyed Chris Klein comes out to play.

That's Chris Klein acting, you guys! That's his go-to "acting" "technique".

[via NY Mag]

The Seduction of Hacking

Posted by: Carly Hallam | April 29, 2010 at 3:00PM

I love '90s educational videos because the acting is always over-the-top. Like in this video where I'm pretty sure the hacker thinks he's actually making a porno.

"Oh, I get it. I'm pretending to be a hacker to get into women's houses."

"No, Andy. This is really an educational film about hacking."

"Right…hacking."

If you simply replace what he's saying with what he's thinking, his tone makes much more sense.

You might as well give me the keys to the front door, I'm going to get into your system (pants).

I'm going to get my hands on your data (boobs).

I'll probably have more access to more areas of your computer network (body) than most employees (your husband).

And trust me, I'm going to take advantage of it (you).

"That's great, Andy. Maybe be a little less creepy this take because the point is that you seem trustworthy."

"Totally. Got it. Should we do this one with my pants off?"

[via EIT]