In a new Funny or Die video that Christian Lander of Stuff White People Like could appreciate, Jason Alexander acts as celebrity spokesbeggar for the "Netflix Relief Fund," explaining that the new Netflix price hike is the greatest tragedy of 2011 thus far. Evoking those starving-children infomercials, the former Seinfeld star conveys the extent of the havoc wreaked upon shell-shocked Caucasians everywhere.

Six dollars a month is truly a small price to pay if it can prevent a price-hike-induced suicide, or bring a smile to the face of a Jason Statham hitman-movie completist. The vision of tear-soaked Macbook Pros and Pier 1 throw pillows is almost as sad as that one scene in The Champ. Or having to abase yourself by frequenting a mom-and-pop video store.


Commentarium (6 Comments)

Jul 28 11 - 6:04pm

... what? Since when are white people the only ones who enjoy TV and movies? This was a fail all around.

Jul 28 11 - 6:12pm

I thought it was hilarious. You are missing the joke methinks.

Jul 28 11 - 7:01pm

I understood the joke, and thought it was completely flat. Same tired joke that's been told 10000 times. Boring.

Jul 28 11 - 6:52pm

Costanza got plugs

Jul 29 11 - 6:38pm
Mr. Joe

Haha you people have no sense of humor this was funny ... maybe a weird joke or two but enough good ones

Aug 31 11 - 1:15pm

Good points all aournd. Truly appreciated.