Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Wicker: The Best Thing Ever

Mike and Kenny explain how sound cinema devastated the wicker industry.


Wicker: The Best Thing Ever from kennybloggerly on Vimeo.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Vlog Star #6: A Gift for Max


A Gift for Max | Vlog Star #6 from kennybloggerly on Vimeo.

Mike and Kenny appear together in the series Vlog Star. Watch all the episodes here!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Vlog Star #2: Alexa & Max

Mike and Kenny co-star in the new web series, Vlog Star. Watch it, won't you?


Alexa & Max | Vlog Star #2 from kennybloggerly on Vimeo.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Kenny Bloggerly's Internet Life, #15: Inventing the Internet

Mike and Kenny are together again in this episode of Kenny's web series, "Kenny Bloggerly's Internet Life."

Monday, March 3, 2008

It's Like a Real Website

By the way, as you may have noticed in the video credits, this blog can now be found at the easy-to-remember address of mikeandkenny.com! Finally, you can tell all your friends about it in just six syllables!

#16: Devil at the Crossroads

A musician seeks a bargain with the devil, but the price is greater than expected...

Monday, February 25, 2008

#15: Blackmail

Saul is blackmailed by a mysterious stranger.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Meet Mike and Kenny



An interview with the brilliant minds behind your favorite comedy video website without its own domain name. Because the folks at Quarterlife demanded it.

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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Friday, January 4, 2008

Clippings

Our Quarterlife parody has gotten a tiny amount of notice, which of course is huge by our standards because it means someone actually saw it. In addition to being featured on the Quarterlife show page (previously with a screencap from the video, now as part of a list of user generated content), it's been noted by the Reel Pop blog and obliquely referenced in the Boston Globe's review of Quarterlife.

Reel Pop:

You know you've truly gone viral when the parodies start coming. Funniest moment: Just watching Kenny mimic "Quarterlife" star Bitsie Tulloch's body language, flopping around on the bed like he's having a seizure.


Boston Globe:

That's one nice thing about those Internet bells and whistles: If the central content falls short, at least there are ample distractions. In the hours I spent on the "Roommates" and "Quarterlife" sites, the most entertaining thing I found was a point-by-point parody of the "Quarterlife" trailer, made by a pair of aspiring sketch comics in Los Angeles. Herskovitz and Zwick, choosing to view it as flattery, posted it on the show's site. Now, that's something an old-fashioned TV network probably wouldn't do.