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The season finale of "Guy Code" is almost here. We hate to see it go away for awhile, but that's only because we love it so much. What is love though?
That's the question the gang tries to answer next week. Is it love when you still want to talk to a girl after sex? Is it when you want to make babies together? Or maybe it's just when you feel as passionately about her as you do about "Guy Code" itself?
Whatever the answer, play the clip below and then watch the full episode Tuesday at 11/10c on MTV2.
The world was a stinky place before underarm deodorant. We take this modern breakthrough for granted, but it took until the early 1950s for deodorant to become a part of a man's daily routine. That's a lot of years of B.O.
Guys have changed a lot since then, so we corralled a number of deodorant commercials from years past to show you how far we've come since the middle of last century.
The Cold War must've really f**ked with people's minds. You apparently couldn't walk down the street without some sort of spy passing off government secrets about missiles or whatever. In this commercial, a sultry temptress drops notes for a mysterious dude in a fedora, making it known through her contact that M-3 fights odor for 24 hours. Good to know...even if M-3 sounds like something that gives us bone cancer.
If you're lucky enough to live in Southern California, then check out the L.A. Comedy Shorts Festival next weekend. It's the biggest comedy film fest in the U.S., and Will Ferrell's Funny Or Die is a major sponsor. You know, Will Ferrell, the guy who'll be honored at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards with the Comedic Genius Award?
At the L.A. Comedy Shorts Festival (get tickets here), Key and Peele will be likewise honored with the Commie Award. To celebrate, we've put together some of their greatest sketches...
Tonight's "Guy Code" discussed moving back in with your family, but Chris Distefano never left. Why would he? His mom's awesome--does his laundry, cooks him chicken cutlets...yeah, it's tough to bring girls back to his twin bed when "my mom is literally centimeters away," but are they going to do his laundry and cook him chicken cutlets?
If you have a steady girlfriend, inviting her to prom is easy, but if you're single, inviting a girl is scary as hell. The risk of rejection is so high--she can only choose one guy from the whole school, and you're asking to be him.
Fortunately, "Guy Code" is here to give you some tips on what to say and when to say it. Play the clip below, and then watch the full episode tonight at 11/10c on MTV2.
Sometimes your girlfriend wants to date other guys, but she won't outright dump you--she just wants to "take a break," whatever the hell that means. As Jon Gabrus puts it, "Don't fool yourself...if she does come back, she's been ruined." Play this advance "Guy Code" clip below, and then watch the full episode tonight at 11/10c on MTV2.