Will Ferrell and Adam McKay harken back to the 'Presidential Reunion' video which... more »


- Every thousand Totino's they make,
the a thousandth they jam a hundred dollar bill in.
- No?
- Yeah.
- That's a hundred dollars.
That's life changing money.
It's a little bit like the golden ticket at Willy Wonka's.
They say you can hear it.
- How, 'cause it would be paper?
- Yeah, I don't know.
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- 2010.
A little band called Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
are making some noise for the first time.
Surgeons start cleaning their hands before surgery
and survival rates go through the roof.
- And the first car driven by a dog
happens in Phoenix, Arizona.
What was going on with Funny or Die?
- Funny or Die was pretty busy itself.
- Presidential reunion video.
Every person on Saturday Night Live who's
played a president all collected in one video.
- And obviously Phil Hartman, God rest his soul,
isn't with us anymore so Jim Carrey
took over for Ronald Reagan.
And it was all done to support
the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,
which was created by Elizabeth Warren to protect consumers
all around the country from being
ripped off by big business.
And you know what?
It kinda worked!
The President actually watched the video.
A bunch of people in D.C. watched it.
And we got to have an amazing day
with Ron Howard directing, Jake Syzmanski involved.
It was an incredible day.
Well, actually, isn't this the same year that you
do Little Drummer Boy with John C. Reilly?
- Little Drummer Boy with John C. Reilly,
released it for the holidays.
We did a shot for shot remake of the, of course,
very famous Christmas video.
Bing Crosby, David Bowie.
People really enjoyed the holidays because of that video.
- I don't know if they enjoyed the holidays
because of that video.
I think it was a nice--
- People literally said
I was not going to even celebrate the holidays
until I saw your video.
- You say that a lot like people said,
but like I'm to the point where I need you to find
the person that said that, have 'em write it down,
and have it notarized,
'cause I flat out don't believe you.
- I'm more than happy.
- I don't believe you.
There was also in 2010 an up and coming,
incredibly talented actress.
- Marion Cotillard, who just won the Oscar for
La Vie En Rose.
- And what do ya know?
She shows up on Funny or Die
and does a little video written by Seth Morris
called Forehead Tittaes.
- Roll the clip.
- Uh, you don't need to say roll the clip.
They're just dropping 'em in.
I know you like saying it but you
don't need to.
- Drop in the clip.
- Okay, did you just hear what I said?
Can ya, hey?
- Huh?
- Did you hear me?
- Yeah.
- You don't need to say roll the clip
or drop in the clip.
- Okay, I won't say it.
- Alright.
- Roll the clip.
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