HomeNewsBusinessCultureHealthVideoNewsletter

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Takes on Chicago’s Wiener’s Circle

30 Rock’s Jack McBrayer and Triumph unleash the insults
By: David Shear
Published: June 15th, 2012 in Culture » TV » News
Triumph and McBrayer working the counter at Wiener’s Circle
I can’t think of any bigger opposites than Jack McBrayer and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. One is known for being the nicest, most polite personality on television, the other is an a-hole, which is exactly why this Conan bit is so damn funny.

For anyone unfamiliar with Triumph, he’s a puppet character who became famous for mocking and insulting celebrities. Triumph is performed by Robert Smigel, an actor, comedian and writer best known for his Saturday Night Live “TV Funhouse” cartoon shorts.

Brilliantly, Conan placed McBrayer is the absolute worst environment you could imagine him in, a hotdog stand in Chicago called Wiener’s Circle where the employees are paid to be rude, and where a comic like Smigel can excel with his improvisational insluts.

What you are about to see is funny (if you like funny things) but also not safe for work, kids or grandparents. But for you 30 Rock or Triumph fans, this is 8 minutes of comedy heaven:

Related articles: Triumph, Insult Comic Dog, Rober Smigel, Saturday Night Live, Conan O’Brian, 30 Rock, Jack McBrayer
0 times
Celebrity Chef Ezra Title on His TV Show and Favouite

Shalom Life chats with the “Healthy Gourmet” co-host about local food and why he doesn’t want to open his own restaurant.

Bringing Challah Back: New Recipe!

Try this easy-to-make recipe and bring this Friday night tradition back into your home with mouth-watering challah.

The Perfect Meal with Jewish Celebrity Chefs: Day 2

We celebrate five of the world's best Jewish chefs - Day 2: Jamie Geller.

Exclusive Interview: The Man Who Bit the World

Shalom Life speaks with Noah Galuten the blogger behind the incredible Man Bites World and The Cookbook Blog

Exclusive Interview with Nacho NY's Lee Frank

Shalom Life sits down with the founder of NachosNY, the world's first blog dedicated to our love of all things nachos.

In the Kitchen There's No Nationality or Religion

"Working in the kitchen with sharp instruments doesn't mean we have to kill each other", says one of a team of multiethnic chefs who brought culinary glory to Israel.

Celebrity Chef Ezra Title on His TV Show and Favouite

Shalom Life chats with the “Healthy Gourmet” co-host about local food and why he doesn’t want to open his own restaurant.

Bringing Challah Back: New Recipe!

Try this easy-to-make recipe and bring this Friday night tradition back into your home with mouth-watering challah.

The Perfect Meal with Jewish Celebrity Chefs: Day 2

We celebrate five of the world's best Jewish chefs - Day 2: Jamie Geller.

Exclusive Interview: The Man Who Bit the World

Shalom Life speaks with Noah Galuten the blogger behind the incredible Man Bites World and The Cookbook Blog

Exclusive Interview with Nacho NY's Lee Frank

Shalom Life sits down with the founder of NachosNY, the world's first blog dedicated to our love of all things nachos.

In the Kitchen There's No Nationality or Religion

"Working in the kitchen with sharp instruments doesn't mean we have to kill each other", says one of a team of multiethnic chefs who brought culinary glory to Israel.

news_scroll_down
OUR FACEBOOK FANS
Blogs
Take Responsibility for Your Own

The 19 year old sophomore sat on the exam table looking at the floor. A college student with obvious charm

The Stanford Prison Experiment at

In 1971, researchers set up a prison in the basement of Stanford University's Psychology Department. The idea was to

U.S. vs. Europe: Health Care

As I have tried to make abundantly clear the United States is the only country in the industrialized world that

Hands Off America

Alright, that does it.Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans have been willing to do their part for

Fat Returns After Liposuction ...

A study appeared in a journal titled “Obesity” which was reported by a group from the University of Colorado. In

What does Victory Look Like?

Sixty-five years ago today, World War II officially came to an end. On September 2, 1945, Japanese Foreign Minister

JEWISH TWEETS

Share This Story With Your Friends!

Your Name:

Friend's Name:

E-Mail:

Friend's E-Mail:

(This information will not be displayed publicly)

Optional Message: