Will Ferrell & Adam McKay take you full circle on a journey through Funny Or Die’s history from beginning to end and back again.
Will Ferrell & Adam McKay think back to just last year when Funny Or Die landed Johnny Depp to star in the role of a lifetime — playing Donald Trump in “The Art of the Deal.”
Will Ferrell & Adam McKay muse over the sexual revolution characterized through “Walk Of No Shame” starring Amber Rose. This video showed women everywhere that sex is normal, healthy, enjoyable and to not be ashamed.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay look back on perhaps the biggest video in the history of Funny Or Die. Zack Galifianakis reeled in the leader of the free world, Barack Obama, to help promote the Affordable Care Act, and by doing so garnered millions of people to sign up for health insurance.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay recollect on Funny Or Die’s first movie, iSteve starring Justin Long, and Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon dramatically reads a famous viral sorority letter from the Delta Gamma house.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay look back on the year they checked out and shut it all down. The office was rampant with rodents and wildlife while most financial decisions revolved around the shipping and distribution of food.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay reflect on Billy Crystal’s ‘When Harry Met Sally’ sequel, Don Cheadle’s ‘Captain Planet’ and Will’s reprisal of George W. Bush.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay harken back to the ‘Presidential Reunion’ video which the president actually saw, the shot-for-shot ‘Little Drummer Boy’ recreation starring Will and John C. Reilly which saved the holidays, and Marion Cotillard’s brave role in ‘Forehead Tittaes.’
Will Ferrell & Adam McKay reminisce on the meteoric rise of ‘Bat Fight’ and how it gripped the nation… non-violently of course.
Will Ferrell & Adam McKay talk about how Paris Hilton changed politics forever, the quirky birth of ‘Between Two Ferns’ and how the stars aligned against Prop 8 in a musical headlined by Jack Black.
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