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From Uproxx:

[On Zach Galifianakis on tumblr]…I felt compelled to compile the definitive collection in one convenient place. Some make for great reaction GIFs, others serve to revisit good times, and all are just good internet….Until we know for sure, please allow this collection of chubby, bearded splendidness to make your day.

The Best Zach Galifianakis .gifs

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From Uproxx:

I’m not a big video series guy. Too much commitment. The only one I’ve ever anxiously anticipated is Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis (co-created by our good buddy Scott Aukerman!). It is the funniest web series that ever series’d and Funny or Die’s greatest contribution to the internet. These are indisputable facts.

Best of Between 2 Ferns

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Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis went wild to campaign for their new movie The Campaign.  They did a number of viral videos and witty intervews like debating Jon Stewart and Jon Hamm and reading Twilight together.  Here is another video about them debating children posted by Funny Or Die.  It has classic Galifianakis and Ferrell humor, but including the kids is a nice touch for insanity.

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People have made a career by simply utilizing their weight as physical comedy.  It’s funny because there seemingly aren’t any average looking people in Hollywood.  They’re either teenage heart throbs or they’re so obese that they’re the joke to every punchline.  Complete polar opposites.  UGO has compiled some of the industry’s funniest fat guys, both animated and real life.  Click the link to check out the list.

Funny Fat Guys

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Todd Phillips follows up his 100 million  dollar R-rated comedy hit in 2009 with a sequel set in Bangkok.  As with most sequels, there lies the difficulty in making it bigger, badder, and better than the first one and simultaneously maintaining a sense or originality.  Here in the Hangover Part 2, it doesn’t even look like Todd Phillips tried to make this second movie more original, as it’s a copy and cut paste from scene to scene.  And while the funny Alan jokes are still there and the slapstick is a bit more disgusting than the first one, the movie loses the general shock and awe that made us fall in love with the wolf pack in the first place in favor of shedding light on the dangers of Bangkok.  And with no change or twist to distinguish itself from the first one, it’s difficult to call Hangover Part 2 nothing more than a good reason to send these guys to a tropical paradise for a couple of weeks to reshoot a movie they already did.

When Stu (Ed Helms) is getting married [again], he sends himself and the wolfpack [Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper] to Thailand for the ceremony and to meet his fiancé’s family.  The trio have one beer next to a calm bonfire on the beach with their fiancé’s brother and next thing they know they wake up in a motel somewhere in the middle of Bangkok, with new slew of slapstick shticks: a tattooed face, a shaved head, and a highly trained monkey.  They find out that Stu’s fiancé’s brother is missing and set out onto Thailand in an attempt to regain their memory and find him

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