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About The Lonely Island

Comedy production team Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are best known for bringing the instant classics "Dick in a Box," "Lazy Sunday" and "Jizz in My Pants" to the general public through digital shorts aired on Saturday Night Live since 2005. The troupe also runs a website that features its self-made content and has had two pilots (one for Fox and one for MTV) rejected due to the FCC-challenging nature of their comedy. An album featuring their particularly saucy parodies of everything from C+C Music Factory to the Dirty South, Incredibad, appeared in 2009.

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Listen toThe Lonely Islandon Napster

Comedy production team Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are best known for bringing the instant classics "Dick in a Box," "Lazy Sunday" and "Jizz in My Pants" to the general public through digital shorts aired on Saturday Night Live since 2005. The troupe also runs a website that features its self-made content and has had two pilots (one for Fox and one for MTV) rejected due to the FCC-challenging nature of their comedy. An album featuring their particularly saucy parodies of everything from C+C Music Factory to the Dirty South, Incredibad, appeared in 2009.

About The Lonely Island

Comedy production team Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are best known for bringing the instant classics "Dick in a Box," "Lazy Sunday" and "Jizz in My Pants" to the general public through digital shorts aired on Saturday Night Live since 2005. The troupe also runs a website that features its self-made content and has had two pilots (one for Fox and one for MTV) rejected due to the FCC-challenging nature of their comedy. An album featuring their particularly saucy parodies of everything from C+C Music Factory to the Dirty South, Incredibad, appeared in 2009.

About The Lonely Island

Comedy production team Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are best known for bringing the instant classics "Dick in a Box," "Lazy Sunday" and "Jizz in My Pants" to the general public through digital shorts aired on Saturday Night Live since 2005. The troupe also runs a website that features its self-made content and has had two pilots (one for Fox and one for MTV) rejected due to the FCC-challenging nature of their comedy. An album featuring their particularly saucy parodies of everything from C+C Music Factory to the Dirty South, Incredibad, appeared in 2009.