I'm beginning to slowly make my way through my old VHS tapes in search of interesting video to post and have found a couple. First we have a short clip from Ben Stiller's old MTV show. The MTV show was pretty funny, much better than the Fox incarnation that came along later. He really has the mannerism of Shatner down, but Stiller can't do the voice at all. That's basically the problem with most of Stiller's sketch comedy. He can write good sketches but doesn't have the impersonation skills (that Zoolander voice was freakin' awful) that define most of the recent American sketch comedy greats like Mike Meyers. Anyhow, enjoy this high point in his career:
UPDATE: The above video was removed from YouTube due to a copyright violation, but thanks to a glitch in YouTube's API you can still view it embedded here!
Next we have the legendary performance of 3-D (Douglas Denevio... Denebio[?]) lip syncing to Paul Hardcastle's 19. I believe he won that season's competition--I hope he spent his $25,000 wisely. Anyhow, the numbers tell the story 30-30-30. We can only dream that we could as cool as Doug: