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How Animals Eat Their Food

Mister Epic Mann, aka the Virginia film student known as Nick, has posted about 30 videos on his YouTube channel, but none so popular as this deceptively simple short bit of physical comedy that catapulted to 40 million views in its two weeks:

Alison Brie Imitates Popular Internet Memes

Of all of Made Man’s Speakeasy Web show thesp interviews, this might be the most winning. “Community” and “Mad Men” star Alison Brie gives host Paul F. Tompkins an adorable tutorial on aping Internet celebs including Grumpy Cat and Unflattering Beyonce:

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