Billy Eichner in a gay romcom? Shut up and take my money.
If you, like me, have been suffering from the Billy Eichner-shaped hole in your heart since the cancellation of Hulu's Difficult People, then rejoice!Read More
Naturally, we at The Mary Sue have some serious opinions on this matter.Read More
The key to a good meme is for it to continue on for a full week after the original post goes viral. Or at least that's what is happening with this meme about Captain America: Civil War. When Twitter user homeisarealsong got bored and posted a video from the film with a Billy Eichner voiceover on it, fans instantly hit retweet.Read More
When every day is already a day of monsters and ghouls, Halloween needs something a little extra to stand out. Billy Eichner stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night to talk about, appropriately enough, American Horror Story—again, not to be confused with current reality—and brought along the perfect Billy on the Street-style game for the season.Read More
Disney has decided to remake pretty much all of their hit animated films as live action movies. While we wonder about some—Guy Ritchie's Aladdin? Really?—we've been pretty jazzed about The Lion King's prospects, and now the new warthog/meerkat power couple has been cast, according to reports. Who'll be singing Hakuna Matata?Read More
Liberal “Snowflakes” Stephen Colbert and Billy Eichner Ask New Yorkers About Their Bubble-Dwelling Ways
Ever since November's election wound up in a huge disparity between the popular vote and Electoral College totals, we've heard a lot of talk about why the Electoral College is outdated, as well as arguments from the other side that the popular vote totals are unfairly inflated by "liberal coastal elites" and people who live in liberal "bubbles." Billy Eichner and Stephen Colbert decided to interview some of those bubble dwellers.Read More
Seth Meyers & Billy Eichner Take To The Streets To Demand Appropriate Anger From Total Strangers Over Tatiana Maslany’s Emmy Snubs
I AGREE WITH THIS LEVEL OF RAGE.
Yes, Seth, yes. Preach it to the heavens. Clone Club, we are everywhere.Read More
There was sadly no Beyoncé, so the VMAs win by default.
The Emmy Awards were on a Monday for the first time since 1976, but somehow it managed to score its second highest-ratings in eight years. Take that, Under the Dome fans! If you were off busy doing other things like having a life and not caring about television, please tell us how you've been able to accomplish this feat. ALSO, here are the big events you missed so you won't feel left out when everyone's talking about them. You're welcome!Read More
Billy Eichner Shows His Love for Meryl Streep by Gathering All Her Different Characters for an Insane Game
MORE CHICKEN FOR TUCCI!
Meryl-Go-Round is probably the most completely insane Billy on the Street event yet. It starts out with his regular, hilarious running and yelling on the street and culminates in all the different Meryls piling into a carnival ride to answer questions while trying not to hurl—except you, Margaret Thatcher. You stay in that coffin!Read More
Prepare for Tonight’s Community Finale by Watching Joel McHale Scream at Billy Eichner and Play in the Mo’Lympics
Joel McHale is the reason I get up in the morning.
Community's finale is tonight, and hopefully that will be season finale and not series finale. #SaveGreendale, guys. So, here's Joel McHale being hilarious with Billy Eichner on Billy on the Street. The Mo'lympics are entertaining on their own, but stick around to the end to see the two have an incredible insult shouting match.Read More
Billy Eichner Is Really Excited for Easter and the 10th Anniversary of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ
EVERYONE SHOULD BE WATCHING BILLY ON THE STREET!
Easter is this Sunday, but it's also been 10 years since Mel Gibson release The Passion of the Christ. That has comedian Billy Eichner very excited, so he took to the streets of New York in an Easter Bunny suit to scream questions at strangers in this clip from his brilliant show Billy on the Street.Read More
Poor Zachary Quinto. To some Star Trek fans, he will never be Spock. And to some people he's just a guy in a leather jacket and glasses harassing them on the street. Funny or Die's Billy Eichner took the actor on a wild jog down the streets of Manhattan to see if anyone would recognize him as Spock and/or care. The responses are pretty great. (via Blastr) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More