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Variety’s Picks: A-Trak, Tommy Trash’s ‘Tuna Melt,’ Kimmel’s Lie Witness News, More

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Tuna Melt: A clever Rube Goldberg-meets-electropop musicvideo features toast, dominos and, of course, tuna melts.

The bouncy music is by Kanye West DJ A-Trak & Tommy Trash, and it’s directed by Ryan Staake with help from artist Kinetic King, an expert at working with the colorful popsicle stick constructions known as “stick bombs”:

Coachella 2013 — Lie Witness News

Kimmel takes his Lie Witness segment to the desert festival, where slightly dazed scenesters enthusiastically endorse every fictitious band the interviewer comes up with — even Obesity Epidemic. Because who doesn’t like to mock indie music fans?

Michael Shannon Reads the Insane Delta Gamma Sorority Letter

After the Most Deranged Sorority Girl Email went viral, Funny or Die hopped on the meme with Michael Shannon reading the profane, over-the-top letter in his signature deranged fashion:


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