Professor Brothers: Movie Talk, Part 1
Great news, students! Frank and Steve are now holding a lecture series on the great films of our time.
Professor Brothers: Movie Talk, Part 2
Seems Frank and Steve's film lecture series is a smash hit. Next up for discussion: "Kitty Karloso," "Ad Nauseam," and an amusing animated feature.
Professor Brothers: Office Hours
The Professor Brothers both like to make time for their students - they even schedule their office hours together. This helps when Steve wants to get Frank caught up on the new Kenny Winker tune. Haven't heard it yet? Let Steve handle the monotone singing and you just rock out.
Professor Brothers: Prisoner Christmas
Prepare yourself: This Christmas, the Professor Brothers are breaking out of academia and into a lil' ditty about jailbirds.
Professor Brothers: Future Thoughts
What's the future going to be like? Find out in this bizarro symposium curated by the Professor Brothers. Featuring cameos by Kenny Winker, Chimmy Chummy and Baby Cakes!
Professor Brothers: The Substitute
The Professor Brothers are always there for each other. When Frank needs to skip his US history lecture to run an errand, Steve comes through in the clutch.
Professor Brothers: Bible History
Who says the Bible is boring? A scholarly discussion of the Sodom and G-town yarn, complete with sexy angels, ca-ca eating and lots of things that'll send you to straight to Hell.
Professor Brothers: The T.A. Interview
Frank and Steve need a new teacher's assistant. One who'll be prepared for after the bombs drop.
Professor Brothers: Late Date
If you're late for a hot double date, you'd better have a good excuse-like Frank's. It involves explaining to the Professor Brothers' boss, the Dean, why there are two soiled condoms lying in the backseat of his car.
Professor Brothers: Fliff Night, Part 1
Oh, what a night Frank had! Seems the Professor Brother was the life of the science department's big Oppenheimer pinata party. That is, until the fliff throwing came to an abrupt end.
I Am Baby Cakes
I Am Baby Cakes: The Coffee Line
Next time a barista asks you "Grande or Venti," do as Baby Cakes does and ask them right back: do you believe in God babies? Or magic spells? Or nothingness?
I Am Baby Cakes: Group Therapy
Holy crap! Baby Cakes is finally back on the mic. And he's got a laundry list of complaints to spit about.
I Am Baby Cakes: The Role Play Tournament
In a perfect world, this jam would stay perched on top of the Billboard charts longer than "Dark Side Of The Moon." Mic in hand, Baby Cakes spits some mad lyrics about D&D role-playing and his two-word philosophy: be aggressive.
I Am Baby Cakes: Diary #3
A day in the park makes for some strange diary musings in Baby Cakes' world. In his darkest entry yet, Mr. Cakes reflects on death, dream girls and the dreaded monster that he sometimes sees humping people's faces in public.
I Am Baby Cakes: Diary #4
A lovelorn Baby Cakes tells his diary, "When I was around her, I felt like a goblin made entirely out of wicked genitals." We ask: who hasn't felt that way about their dad's girlfriend? Especially one named Shirley Moats.
I Am Baby Cakes: Diary #6
What is the meaning of life? That's what Baby Cakes wants to know. But mostly, he just wants to know about human sexuality. In this latest diary entry, Baby Cakes explains it all.
I Am Baby Cakes: Diary #2
We all have to start somewhere, and Baby Cakes is no exception. Our favorite rapping role-player takes a trip down the family line to bond with his pops and grandpops over King Drunk beers, dysfunction and fire.
I Am Baby Cakes: Diary #1
The soon-to-be-popular myth of Baby Cakes begins here. In his very first diary entry, Baby Cakes introduces us to his wizard father, his role-playing friends and expounds on what it's like to be a man-child still living at home.
I Am Baby Cakes: The In-House Carol
Ho, ho, ho! Baby Cakes wants to share a very special Christmas carol with you this holiday season. And take his shirt off.
I Am Baby Cakes: Baby Cakes Sees A Play
For hundreds of years, Shakespeare's King Lear has asked, "Who is it that can tell me who I am?" Now we have an answer, courtesy of Brad Neely's beloved man-child creation, Baby Cakes. He's not afraid to get excited. Or to see a play.
Neely Comics Presents
Neely Comics Presents: Now We Can Make Love
Kenny Winker presents the music video for his follow-up banger, "Now We Can Make Love," coming fresh off the success of his hit single, "Don't Trust Me"!
Neely Comics Presents: Bring The Gold
Brad Neely's lil' leprechaun wants you to bring the gold this St. Patrick's Day.
China, Illinois Pt. 1: Romeo & Romeo
Baby Cakes delves into the diary of a fellow resident of China, Illinois. And discovers death.
China, Illinois Pt. 3: Cruel Duel
Professor Frank laments the lust, and Baby Cakes sets him straight.
Songs for Helping
Songs For Helping: Strapped
Sharey and Carey help a poor sack of crap become a useful member of society.
Sipes Stories: Miss Liberty's Torch
When the chips are down and freedom is under attack, the nation turns to young Andy Sipes.
Sipes Stories: Weirdie Beardie
A mysterious visitor turns young Andy Sipes and his friends into cold blooded monsters.
Sipes Stories: Pennies
Young Andy Sipes throws the greatest party in the history of the White House.
Sipes Stories: If I Were a Yardstick
Sick and tired of the corporate fat cats, young Andy Sipes takes his revenge.
Sipes Stories: 25 Excuses
Excuses are like butt holes, they all stink. The exception being young Andy Sipes, his smell like roses.
Sipes Stories: The New Country of Rock & Roll
Young Andy Sipes lives in a utopia of his own creation.
An exclusive statement from Oprah's significant other. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Money spent on bitches: what does this mean for you? NNB's exclusive analysis for you, the American consumer. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
NNB: Eddie Griffin
Speculation rises over the potential new distribution format of the comedian's latest film. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Dear John Witherspoon
Dear John Witherspoon: Soupcans
Primitive booty call technology in the days before MySpace. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Dear John Witherspoon: Steroids
John encourages bringing more excitement to professional sports. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak: T-Pain Pt. 3
Tubesteak predicts T-Pain might actually be a good father. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak calls out David Banner. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak's great rap battle with Meta4 the Great. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak: T-Pain pt. 2
Love and war over love and strippers. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak: Ice Cube pt.3
Still no call from Cube, so Tube steps it up. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Tubesteak: Ice Cube pt. 1
Tubesteak wants to know why he never sees Ice Cube outside of similarly-themed family movies. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
Leon & Andy
Leon & Andy: Mansquirrel
Leon and Andy made a little something for you. It's just a little bit lower down.
Leon & Andy: FDR
FDR didn't just fart out his famous "Fear Itself" speech in his first draft. He had to caress it through several different drafts and iterations.
Leon & Andy: PSA
Leon and Andy use their internet fame to shine a spotlight on an important cause: broken down, old timey cartoons.
Leon & Andy: Whore Wife
Two of the most common things to break up a marriage are infidelity and financial problems. The best marriages are those that can overcome both.
Bob Odenkirk - The Truth About Lincoln
Big Foot. Chupacabra. Abraham Lincoln. All of these mythological creatures come with a legacy, but C.W. Bingham of the Lincoln Research Institute only has interest in the most mysterious of our ex-presidents.
Bob Odenkirk - I Taped This 4 U #2
Once again, Bob Odenkirk has taped an episode of the basic cable home lifestyle phenomenom just for your infotainment.
DJ Douggpound's Podcast
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: MC World
DJ Douggpound and an animated walrus get the dance floor jumpin' with a hip-hopservational remix on plus size condoms.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: Love Tape Remix
The unauthorized DJ Douggpound "Love Tape" gets the remix it so richly deserves so that you may relish and re-relish each relishable moment.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: Meddlers
The destruction of DJ Douggpound's personal life by a parasitic reality show is rectified by a scathing play on words and the phresh rhymes that follow.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: No
When DJ Douggpound's noble pursuit of getting sponsored for skateboarding goes horribly wrong, his cameraman has a very strong, vocoder-enhanced, musical reaction.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: Love Tape
Come get uncomfortable with this unauthorized raw footage of DJ Douggpound getting raw with his special someone.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: I Don't Get It
Are you ready for some RE-RE-REEEEE-cycled footage? If you enjoy mix-and-scratch editing, there's nothing about this that you won't enjoy.
DJ Douggpound's Poundcast: Frosting
DJ Douggpound's poundcake looks a little dry, but he's going to have trouble getting some frosting.
Y'all So Stupid
Y'all So Stupid: What'Cha Know
Piranhas are stupid. Shape-shifting objects are stupid. But there is nothing stupid about Cacahuananche. Or is there?
Y'all So Stupid: On Parole
A lot of weird stuff goes down in this video, mostly involving colors and movement.
Y'all So Stupid: Celery Nunchucks
Fred Flintstone on the chopping block. Crap eating. T-Baggz The Squirrel attacks. And the most intimate episode yet of Cacahuananche, the "weird metrosexual cholo."
Y'all So Stupid: Bouncing Ball
Once again, Mr. Flynn has opened his skull and poured out all of its gooey cartoon weirdness onto a video. Watch closely: You might be able to see his synapses popping.
Y'all So Stupid: Sky Slapp
Sometimes, little micro-thingies will chase each other around on your back. Other times, you text God to help slap your enemies. Then, you top it off by getting served by a krumping clown.
Y'all So Stupid: Lady Pants
Another Y'all So Stupid music video! The "Style Squad" belts out all about the Lady Pants, the style of the day!
Y'all So Stupid: Dead End Job
There's a lot of work to be done down in Hell. And it's just as stupid as the stuff we have to do up here in the "real world."
Y'all So Stupid: Bogart That Baby
Steel your stomach for the most queasiest Y'all yet. Meaning, there are dirty, filthy, stinky hippies in it. And Boogie Down Productions-spitting teeth. Ya heard?
Y'all So Stupid: Sux Dog
The designs are crazy. The colors are intense. The story is... there. We think.
Y'all So Stupid: Meat The Future
This is a pretty trippy cartoon. We would describe it further if we could understand it.
Y'all So Stupid: Pocket Vatos
It's the little things that make life precious. It's the ones that grow bigger in your bathtub that make it dangerous.
America Now: Economics
A histomusical reflection on America's triumph over economic depression and moral ambiguity.
America Now: Medicine
Medicine provides the cure for all of our current problems. Conveniently, it also causes new problems.
Kitten vs. Newborn
Kitten vs. Newborn: Frank Tambanelli Remembers
The Newborn premieres his nostalgic new ad... and his hip new hat.
Kitten vs. Newborn: Esposito Girl
The internet sensation that everyone's talking about! She really loves that kitten!
Kitten vs. Newborn: Campaign Hat
Get involved and help Frank Tambanelli choose his new campaign hat!
Kitten vs. Newborn: Veterans for Truth
In this hard-hitting, award-winning attack ad, we learn the truth about the Newborn's time in 'Nam.
Kitten vs. Newborn: Brad Esposito: Look Closer
Two average housewives share a cup of coffee - and their fears.
Kitten vs. Newborn: This is Frank Tambanelli
Meet your awe-inspiring Republican presidential candidate.
Kitten vs. Newborn: Get to Know Brad Esposito
Learn the inspiring story of your Democratic presidential candidate.
Kitten vs. Newborn: Newborn Storms Republican Convention
Patriotic Americans celebrate their new leader.
Negrology: The Baldy
The most threatening hairstyle in American history. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."
The hairstyle of choice for the political elite, be they president or Prince. From Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."