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The second episode of Damien Lemon's web series "D.Lemon in the Morning" is here, and this time he's riffing with Hannibal Buress from "Hip-Hop Squares." Emphasis on "hip-hop," because Hannibal is done with stand-up comedy, a lower art form that limited his brilliance. "I had to put my genius to beats," Hannibal says. "Now it's just me dumbing it down because my genius is just way ahead." Yeah, we're not sure what he's talking about, either, but we know this video is pretty damn funny. Watch it below:
How far would you go for a chance to sleep with Daenerys Targaryen? Would you walk across a desert? How about fight in a battle? Would you double-cross your allies, cut off their heads and bring them to her in a burlap sack as she soaks in a bath?
That's what Daario Naharis did for her in last night's "Game of Thrones" and Jon Gabrus thinks that's a pretty baller move. You could argue that's a clear violation of Bros Before Hoes. Yet, as we learned from Charlamagne last season, that's an antiquated code. There is more to consider than just the fact they're your bros. For example, do they want to kill your lady crush? Well, then you might have to behead them. Metaphorically.
Watch and learn as Gabrus (now with a stately summer mustache) breaks down this week's Most Guy Code Moment.
Whether your best friend stole your girl, or your roommate never bathes away his nasty B.O., it's your duty as a man to bring Code-breakers to court. Watch the video of Schulz below, explaining why you should email email@example.com to press charges.
Alesha Renee did two seasons of "Guy Code" before moving on to the pinker pastures of "Girl Code." We missed her take in season three, so we caught her during a shoot and asked her some of your questions from Twitter and Facebook.
Want to know how to pick up girls at the gym? How about whether women ever respond to cat calls? And have you ever thought about what Tourettes Syndrome code would be? Alesha breaks this all down and more in the following video.
Our boy Damien Lemon is starring in a new web series called "D.Lemon in the Morning." He plays a morning radio DJ, who coincidentally has the same name. His show is ranked fourth in the city and it could get to number one, but Lemon is going to have a tough time making that happen with two co-hosts who might land them all in jail and listeners who might also land his ass in jail. The first episode is funny as hell and we look forward to watching more.
We don't know much about Dutch dance and electro house music, but after watching this video, we're going start studying up. THUMP, the new electronic music and culture channel from VICE, has just released a new video of Melanie Iglesias seduced by a raver's glowing fingers as the Dutch electro house banger "Buzzcut" from the DJ duo Bingo Players plays in the background. There really aren't words for it, other than an open-mouthed, "Wow."
"Guy Code" fans know that Chris Distefano is funny...and his girlfriend, Carly Aquilino from "Girl Code" may be just as good. We already brought you the story of how they met (and Chris's confession that he's the little spoon while cuddling), and now they're laying down the law on "Dating Code." Watch the video below for their takes on how soon each partner should reply to a text, who pays for dinner and acceptable fart volume. Hey, all couples will gross you out, but at least this one will make you laugh too.
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"Game of Thrones" geeks like Jon Gabrus have been eagerly anticipating last night's episode. Brienne of Tarth has to battle a grizzly bear with a wooden sword while wearing clothing that's completely foreign to her, a pink dress. Truthfully, Gabrus wasn't as excited for the fight as much as he was for more Brienne. He just can't help but be attracted to that bear of a woman.
The photo above is a great hint towards this week's Most Guy Code Moment. No, Gabrus doesn't award the bear the honor. Watch the video below for the full explanation. Plus, Gabrus even gives us the bonus of naming the Least Guy Code Moment as well.
A thousand years ago, if men wanted to settle a dispute, they put on suits of armor, grabbed their swords and fought to the death. (If one man looked at another man's horse the wrong way, they also fought to the death.) Those were nasty, violent times, and now we're more civilized.
However, the manly art of sword-fighting has been revived--safely--with Battle of the Nations, a medieval-themed competition between groups of the bravest guys from 22 different countries. Each dude wears a full suit of armor and carries a blunted sword to inflict pain without cutting his opponent. A competitor is considered "dead" when three body parts touch the ground simultaneously.
This might be the greatest idea for a tournament ever, and it's happening again this weekend. The U.S. joined last year and came in fourth, but maybe this year we'll unseat reigning champion Russia. Whichever team you root for, here are some videos that show why you need to get into this sport.
It's Friday, which means Andrew Schulz is here to fill you in on the week's biggest pop-culture stories for MTV2's "What's Good." You already saw Mark Wahlberg and The Rock in "Pain & Gain," and now they're teaming up again for an HBO show about retired athletes in Miami. Plus, Kanye West has something big happening on June 18 but nobody knows what. (A kid? A new single? A new kilt?) Lastly, Schulz gives you a tribute to Macklemore, a guy you might've heard of. Before you have a good weekend, find out "What's Good" below!