"We had so many moments where we're texting friends saying, 'You're not gonna believe what Nic Cage just pitched us,'" writer Tom Gormican told Newsweek.
"As someone who is [trying to conceive] and is having the hardest time right now, this made me laugh for the first time in forever," a viewer commented about a TikTok clip.
"My most controversial opinion is...Pineapple shouldn't belong on pizza," one commenter suggested adding to the profile.
Some were completely taken in by the footage, with one fan branding it "100% real."
A video by the GOP congresswoman has been given a comic remix on Twitter—and Smash Mouth had some choice words about their song being used.
YouTube has become a home for plenty of unaired sketches that were "cut-for-time" but have become very popular outside of the NBC airwaves
Anime series "Neon Genesis Evangelion" is parodied in the latest episode of "Rick and Morty" titled "GoTron Jerrysis Rickvangelion."
The viral TikTok parody sees Carrie bring her so-bad-they're-good puns to 2021 with talks of vaccines and the CDC's warnings against kissing chickens.
"These additional funds will go to support Nate and many other officers through a new non-profit focused on police advocacy," the GoFundMe creator wrote.
"I hope what we take from [this show] is that anyone can be part of a musical. It's the same theme of 'Ratatouille' itself: 'Anyone can cook,'" the show's music supervisor, Daniel Mertzlufft, told Newsweek recently.
These satires mention the coronavirus pandemic, Steve Kornacki, and even Four Seasons Total Landscaping.
The parody, "WAmP: Wear a Mask, Please" is credited to Birdi Jay and is performed by The Mental Notes, one of Johns Hopkins University's a cappella groups.
The singer and actress sets the news to the tune of Beyoncé, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more in her quick videos that hopefully inspire you to read more about the stories she's singing about.
Wearing a messy blonde wig and sloppy red lipstick, the actor emulated the viral witness video to hilarious effect to show just how ridiculous the testimony was.
The president's bizarre reaction to the election results has sparked memes and parodies as social media users imagine Trump leaving the White House.
Trump supporters were stuck in the cold after buses did not show up following the president's Omaha rally. Celebrities criticized Trump and his campaign for the people that were stranded in the cold.
Wearing a mask and going to a ballot box, the famed parodist shared that he was taking part in his civic duty.
The Comedy Central show's Twitter account shared a joke connecting Trump to Ernst Stavro Blofeld from 1967's "You Only Live Twice."
Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying rewrote the lyrics to "Alexander Hamilton" to offer praise for Dr. Anthony Fauci on TikTok and Instagram.
The actress explained on Twitter that she didn't wear blackface for a 2013 "Funny or Die" sketch—she was making fun of Snooki's tan.
South Africa's National Department of Health Twitter account shared a warning about the spread of fake news about COVID-19. Its next tweet was parody advice about the deadly outbreak.
California GOP congressman Devin Nunes' attorney sent a letter demanding that his former Democratic rival immediately delete "malicious" tweets sent from an anonymous "Devin Nunes' Cow" account.
Republican Representative Devin Nunes of California is suing Twitter for $250 million over two parody accounts, @DevinNunesMom and @DevinCow, mocking him.
Comedians from Germany, Egypt and beyond have taken frequent aim at President Donald Trump.
Sorry Twitter users, it's just an old parody website.
Rapper I-NZ's "This Is Iraq" is a dark, satirical and politically charged assault on the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the violence that has ensued there ever since.
Across Russia, young people are dancing in solidarity with a group of aspiring pilots threatened with punishment for recording themselves dancing in their underwear.