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The television show Funny or Die Present is a sketch comedy show. This show was created from a website with the same name. The show and the site were created by comedian Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. The show is divided into many different skits some of them reoccurring from one episode to the next. The show is set up like it is its own network. This network is putting together skits to broadcast on the air and the internet. Each comedy sketch is considered to be a different type of show that is airing on this network. There are some skits that have been shown to be a hit with the audience including

Funny or Die Presents... is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on February 19, 2010.

Where do I stream Funny or Die Presents... online? Funny or Die Presents... is available for streaming on HBO, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Funny or Die Presents... on demand at HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, HBO NOW, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

Fridays at 11:55 pm on HBO
2 Seasons, 22 Episodes
February 19, 2010
Cast: Steve Tom, Elijah Wood, Adam Brody, Leslie Bibb, Kate Walsh
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Funny or Die Presents... Full Episode Guide

  • An entry from 'Brick Novax's Diary,' about the time when Brick was a movie star in Japan; the dramatic conclusion of 'Lady Refs'; a new segment 'Jeff Baker: Junior College Professor,' starring Fred Willard; the Movie of the Week, 'Crazy Town'; and 'Welcome to My Study,' in which Mitchell is joined by his friend Stuart (Zach Woods of 'The Office').

  • 'Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach,' Tijuana offers unsolicited advice to a woman in a liquor store; the next installment of 'Lady Refs,' in which Dirkson falls for Kennedy but falls even harder on the field; 'Adam West Hits On You...Hard,' with Adam West; and the Movie of the Week, 'Terrorists on Flight 77,' about two bumbling co-pilots who attempt to decipher some unusual landing coordinates.

  • A new episode of 'Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach,' in which Tijuana tries to be a positive role...

  • A Sunday morning sitcom, 'It's Gert,' starring America's Got Talent contestant Mary Bly, Jimmy...

  • featuring special guest star Ben Stiller; an...

  • Romany Malco's 'Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach;' an episode of 'United States Police Department;'...

  • Season Two Premiere. Rob Huebel and Deepak Chopra engage in a philosophical discussion in 'Do...

  • The Carpet Brothers

  • Devoted entirely to a short film, 'The Carpet Brothers,' starring David Spade, Tim Meadows and Will Ferrell. When Carpet Galaxy founder Brock Raylon dies, his three sons must step up and save the business from an evil competitor, Raymond Davies Allen (Spade), who aims to undercut the boys as they vie for a big carpet order from entrepreneur Grant Measum (Ferrell). The boys quickly realize that if they are going to save their father's legacy, they will need to record a new Carpet Galaxy jingle.

  • The final edition of 'Casual Sex: A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome,' where Andrea Savage is finally poised to have sex with a willing partner, Rob Riggle; Part Two of 'Holdup,' a miniseries from Rob Huebel (the hostages attempt an escape that backfires); Karen Black and Bud Cort star in 'Magical Balloon,' about a couple who produce and star in graphic-heavy promotional videos. (When they are asked to adapt a relaxation pamphlet to the big screen, the opportunity goes to their heads.)

  • Part One of 'Holdup,' a miniseries from Rob Huebel about two crazy bank robbers and a group of crazier hostages; more sketch comedy from 'Derek Waters LOL,' including 'Drunken History: Nikola Tesla' (with John C. Reilly, Crispin Glover and Duncan Trussell); what happens when a studio applause sign won't go off; 'Put That D#$k in My Mouth: The Jerry Cordova Story,' and 'Drunk Driving Superhero'; and a new video from Mike O'Connell, 'Totally Crazy.'

  • Rob Riggle and Paul Scheer go on a booty call in Episode 2 of 'Designated Driver'; Tim & Eric (Heidecker and Wareheim) star in 'Father and Son,' about a grown man's quest to find love and acceptance from his stepdad--and win a cover-story contest in the magazine 'Father and Son.'

  • Andrea Savage tries to score in 'Casual Sex: A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome'; 'Asian Babies,' a new music video from Mike O'Connell; a new edition of 'Sleeping with Celebrities' with Brooke Shields; and more.

  • Derek Waters LOL (including 'Drunk History: Frederick Douglas' with Jen Kirkman, Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle; 'Safety Saw' ad (ouch!); 'Margarita Bar' featuring the lascivious (empty) T-Shirt; and 'Zero-Emissions Racing Set for Kids'); Playground Politics: Africa; Designated Driver (starring Paul Scheer and Rob Riggle); and Space Baby (in 'Save the Professor').

Funny or Die Presents... News

Video of the Day: Who's Better, Meryl Streep or Glenn Close?

With his new show "Billy on the Street" on Fuse, comedian Billy Eichner offers random passers-by the chance to answer questions and win. But he also aims to settle some of the age-old questions, such as this one: who's better, Meryl Streep or Glenn Close? Witness as he asks a bunch of people and only gets an answer from one totally weird dude.

Mike Tyson Plays Herman Cain on Funny or Die's New Political Channel (VIDEO)

If there's one good thing that comes out of political races, it's the satire. A collection of comedians - and Mike Tyson - have gathered to play GOP primary candidates in a new video launching Funny or Die's political channel. Watch Iron Mike play Herman Cain.

Funny Or Die: 'Take A Stand Against Planking'

To the very best of my knowledge, a parody website has never won a Pulitzer Prize, Peabody Award, Cleo or Humanitas. But with God, Buddha, Xenu, Goku, Darth Vader and Lord Sauron Himself as my witnesses, I will walk through Hellfire, Brimstone and Ashley Hebert dramatically interpreting Charles Dickens to ensure that receives every known accolade recognizing this effort in the noble cause of stopping people from doing stupid s***.

VIDEO: Watch Will Ferrell (as George W. Bush) React to Osama Bin Laden's Death

What should you expect when Will Ferrell takes on the Osama Bin Laden news on Funny or Die? Gophers, a Sizzler buffet, and George W. Bush, for starters. Ferrell's newest Funny or Die video features a return to his tried-and-true George W. Bush impression as he reacts to the death of Osama Bin Laden. Or, rather, he reacts to the death of Ardilla, the gopher that has terrorized his lawn.