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Jimmy Kimmel is F**king Ben Affleck!


While his wife was having her neck ravaged by Gary Busey, Jimmy Kimmel was f**king Ben Affleck.


Here's Kimmel's epic response to Sarah Silverman's previous and much-forwarded video, "I'm f*cking Matt Damon". Kimmel assembled an all-star cast including Brad Pitt, Robin Williams, Cameron Diaz, Josh Groban, Meatloaf, Dominic Monaghan, Harrison Ford, Macy Gray, Christina Applegate, Joan Jett, McLovin, Don Cheadle, Rebecca Romijn, Pete Wentz, Perry Farrell, Good Charlotte, Lance Bass, and Huey Lewis.

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  1. one day, jimmyboyo, you're gonna grow up... and you're gonna find out the world sucks. you can either (1) bitch and moan the rest of your natural life or (2) weed through all the suck-ness and pick which causes are worth fighting for.

    there is so much good to be found, and so much laughter... and you're missing it all because you are too worried about what happens on the surface, and your missing all the deeper details. you're missing all the life IN life.

    (and as a side, from a STRUCTURE point, your comparison of the Oscar sketch and the Kimmel video is completely ill-fitted. the Oscar sketch could not have had George Clooney as a nellie queen because it would not have made sense in the context. i went back and watched it. it was funny BECAUSE of Clooney's straight face. THAT was the joke... that this situation was perfectly normal. It worked the same with Halley Berry (as if she is SO used to being in dreams...). anything else wouldn't have worked.

    the joke in Kimmel's sketch was to go bigger and better to a ridiculous degree. the joke was the inclusion of all things unnecessary. it was comedy of the absurd. without the toenail polish, the cut-offs, the full orchestration, josh groban with lighting and shit flying though the air... it would not have been "absurd".

    i've tried to explain it three times and all you see is "STEREOTYPING IS BAD". yes, we know stereotyping is bad. but that is what made the joke funny.

    I really hope you learn to lighten up a bit or else you're setting yourself up for a lifetime of drama and heartache.

    Posted by: james p | Feb 25, 2008 7:36:17 PM

  2. Sarah Silverman is about as funny as a juglar vein. This clip was friggin' hilarious. Period.

    Posted by: jeffreychrist | Feb 25, 2008 8:57:21 PM

  3. It was no surprise that potty-mouthed Sarah Silverman created "I'm fucking Matt Damon". Its comedic success operated on many levels. Sarah toyed with the idea of sex with an actor
    who had a long-standing "feud" of sorts with her boyfriend. Funny. Matt Damon is an A-list star who goes along with the crude joke. Funnier. Once the joke is established she goes on by infusing the video with pop culture references and music video styles. Funnier yet. To have millions buzzing about something so over-the-top and dirty in an environment of mainstream cultural puritanism is the funniest part of the whole joke.

    I heard talk about an all-star response on Jimmy Kimmel's end and was very excited to see the result.
    It makes perfect sense for Kimmel to send up the Silverman-Damon union by insinuating that he is fucking Ben Affleck, as Matt and Ben for a long time seemed like a perfect couple themselves. Upon first viewing I was impressed by the involvement of all the celebrities. It's always fun to see a kooky side of someone famous. However, the "fucking on the bed, on the floor, on a towel by the door..." that Sarah and Matt achieved seemed purely physical and agressive...a sexual volcano ready to explode anywhere and anytime; a real slap in Kimmel's face. Kimmel and Affleck's fucking, on the other hand, immediately takes a romantic turn as the two share tender moments. They are heterosexual men parading around in daisy dukes and primping, holding themselves tenderly and staring into each other's eyes. The joke becomes less about the sneaky fucking behind Sarah's back than the fact that these two "dudes" don stereotypical outfits and partake in effeminate behavior. They cowardly ignored the hard fucking route of Sarah's joke to rely on dated, adolescent humour of straight man as queen. The only humor in the video is that familiar faces pop up as "real" as we ever get to see them, even if they are endorsing a very lame attempt at comedy.

    Posted by: Liza | Feb 26, 2008 1:08:10 AM

  4. All I can say is that Ben Affleck's career must be on hold to do this nonsense. He must be in need of more money. He jerkoff video now that was HOT.

    Posted by: francis porter | Feb 28, 2008 1:27:33 PM

  5. So why are these stereotypes offensive, but the flaming queens on the "Pink Flight" to Sydney are ok?

    Posted by: Scott | Feb 29, 2008 12:21:21 AM

  6. Where's the sarah silverman video?

    Posted by: Ryan | Feb 29, 2008 1:36:47 AM

  7. Mar 3: I laughed so hard, I started to cry !!!
    After reading the previous comments, I had to remind myself:
    "Stereotypes are FICTION: made-up characters, made-up situations";
    Stereotypes come from the imagination. Given our diverse realities, we "relate to" the sterotypes - through our imaginations.
    The video is not anyone's reality - it's a piece of fiction.
    This 34-yr old forklift driver in a factory in Northern Illinois totally enjoyed the humor in this work of fiction - laughed a lot !!

    Posted by: tgrade5 | Mar 1, 2008 1:07:55 PM

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