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Video: The Lonely Island Crashes 'Between Two Ferns'
If you're the kind of person who likes joy, than you may also find yourself liking Zach Galifianakis' faux- talk show "Between Two Ferns," as well as Andy Samberg's band The Lonely Island ("Lazy Sunday," "I'm On a Boat").
And if you like all of those things, prepare to jizz your pants, because on the most recent episode of "Ferns," The Lonely Island makes a surprise appearance to drop the video for their latest single, "Spring Break Anthem."
The band interrupts Galifianakis' interview with James Franco, just when Galifianakis is getting to some really good celebrity-shaming ("I don't consider what you did 'hosting the Oscars'").
The video celebrates both spring breakers doing what spring breakers do -- coke off girls' asses, shots, the ol' puke-n'-rally -- and two men planning a wedding. Here is a sample lyric:
Bros before hoes/ and chicks with no clothes/ and slammin' shots/ and marry a man
It doesn't have to make sense.
Here's the video in full:
Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis: James Franco from Zach Galifianakis
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