Good to Be in D.C.


The JibJab guys who brought you the now-famous "This Land" parody have produced a (significantly less funny but still good for a chuckle or two) sequel: "It's Good to Be in D.C."

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  1. significantly less funny but still good for a chuckle or two

    Exactly right. Much of it was distictly unfunny, but there are a couple good giggles.

  2. I thought it was much funnier than last time.

  3. i LUV it!

    Especially the Justin Timberlake poster.

    (Though ridiculing someone by portraying him as gay is maybe not, now that I think about it, a practise I’d like to see become too widespread. Unless the guys who made it are openly gay, in which case, it might be like self-deprecating Jewish comics, whom I find funny. Which has just given me an insight into comedy. Who delivers a line is just as important as the line itself. Though maybe it’s just a different twist on the “incongruous”. Mel Brooks can make “Springtime for Hitler” funny, while Cheney-Rumsfeld-Ashcroft-Bush would just make it look like nostalgia.)

  4. The McGreevey stuff is horrible, and the song is unintelligible without the subtitles, which makes it not nearly as catchy as “This Land”.

  5. At least they won’t get sued like they did for using ‘This Land’

  6. Am I the only person who didn’t think “This Land” was all that funny?

  7. Apparently so, Russ.

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