This week, The Soup had a lot to work with. Here's a few clips from the episode featuring Gary Busey's crazy KLTA appearance, the Real Housewives of Orange County's bathtub scene, and even their home network/Ryan Seacrest's reporting skills.
You're kidding yourself if you thought that Joel McHale and the Soup crew wouldn't have a field day with the Rebecca Black and the new trend of terrible music videos. Unfortunately, even they aren't immune to the infectious "Friday."
On The Soup, The Late Late Show's resident robot Geoff Peterson showed up to help Joel make fun of the week's selected clips. They include snippets from: the Real World, Good Day New York and Outrageous Kid Parties.
This week's Soup was full of win: poking fun at Charlie Sheen, Jesse James new book, a staff-wide parody of an epic scene from Birdemic, and an NBC "The More You Know" moment about butt-chugging from Law & Order: SVU.
Joel just heard that all it takes to be called an "independent film" is to not be financed by a major Hollywood studio. So, here's one of the many films by Joel that now count towards a possible Spirit Award.
Joel began his interview on Ellen's couch today by bringing up the sting of rejection he felt when he didn't get the part on Ellen's sitcom years ago. He doesn't hold a grudge, though, because his wife loves Ellen's show.
While the rest of us forgot that television programming really existed over the past few weeks, The Soup was busy with their annual Clipdown of the year's best moments in television. The clip of the year? Here's a hint: Dunka-doo-balls!