Triumph's Election Special 2016

Watch Triumph's Election Special 2016

  • 2016
  • 1 Season
  • 8.3  (202)

Triumph's Election Special 2016 is a satirical show from Funny or Die that aired in the lead-up to the 2016 United States Presidential Election. The show follows Robert Smigel's beloved character Triumph the Insult Comic Dog as he travels the country to cover the election and speak with voters, candidates, and celebrities.

In this one-hour special, Triumph is joined by guest stars Dennis Haskins (best known for his role as Mr. Belding in Saved by the Bell) and Stewart Steinberg (a little-known comedian). The trio sets out on a mission to give their humorous take on the 2016 election, with Triumph taking the lead as the cigar-smoking, politically incorrect, insult-hurling puppet we all know and love.

Throughout the show, Triumph visits different campaign rallies, debates, and polling centers, interviewing everyone from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supporters to Bernie Sanders "bros." With each encounter, Triumph manages to find a way to ruffle feathers and stir up controversy, all while keeping the audience in stitches with his irreverent humor.

In one memorable segment, Triumph visits a rally for Green Party candidate Jill Stein, where he proceeds to make a mockery of the small crowd and their impassioned pleas for environmental justice. In another, he attends a Trump rally and manages to find a way to insult just about everyone there with his trademarked wit.

Between the on-location segments, the show also features pre-taped segments that spoof different elements of the election, from the wall-to-wall media coverage to the endless barrage of attack ads. Viewers can expect to see plenty of political figures and celebrities as well, with brief appearances from the likes of Ted Cruz, Anthony Weiner, and even Martin Short in a cameo as Triumph's therapist.

Overall, Triumph's Election Special 2016 is a must-see for anyone who wants to inject a much-needed dose of humor into what was otherwise a highly divisive and stressful election cycle. With its biting satire and cheeky irreverence, the show manages to find a way to poke fun at everyone involved, regardless of their political affiliation.

Whether you're a diehard Trump supporter or a hardcore Bernie bro, there's something in this special for you. So grab some popcorn, buckle up, and get ready to laugh your way through one of the most memorable election cycles in recent history.

Triumph's Election Special 2016 is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on February 8, 2016.

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The Finale
6. The Finale
November 19, 2016
Triumph heads to Chicago for Game 7 of the World Series, has auditions for a conservative TV network, reports from the Clinton and Trump Headquarters, and discusses the election with pundits, including Deepak Chopra.
The Home Stretch
5. The Home Stretch
November 2, 2016
Triumph presents fake leaked tapes of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to focus groups, performs at the closing of the Trump Taj Mahal, and discusses the final days of the presidential campaign with a panel including Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Bernstein.
Election Watch
4. Election Watch
October 8, 2016
Triumph reports from the first Presidential debate, discusses the race with 538 poll analyst Nate Silver, and walks the Emmy red carpet with a celebrity entourage, including Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson.
Bonus Poop
3. Bonus Poop
August 25, 2016
The RNC and the DNC provided more material than one special could fill. Triumph returns to harass delegates, the Westboro Baptists, and everyone on Media Row. All this plus a fake book signing and one more attempt to "help" Chris Christie.
Summer Election Special 2016
2. Summer Election Special 2016
In his newest election special, Triumph reports from both political conventions, covering the candidates, photobombing news anchors, harassing and pranking delegates, and making sure Roger Ailes and Debbie Wasserman Schultz find their way back in.
Triumph's Election Special 2016
1. Triumph's Election Special 2016
February 8, 2016
In his election special, Triumph reports from the primary states, chases down Ted Cruz and other candidates, attends town halls, debates and Trump rallies. All this plus a spirited roundtable discussion including Alan Dershowitz and Sanjaya.
Where to Watch Triumph's Election Special 2016
Triumph's Election Special 2016 is available for streaming on the Funny or Die website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Triumph's Election Special 2016 on demand at Hulu.
  • Premiere Date
    February 8, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (202)