Deb, I think you'll especially enjoy the second one.
This one is short. And funny.
You might recognize the thin, silly one as Hugh Laurie, now most famous as the abrasive star of the TV series "House". He actually has a background in comedy that goes all the way back to "Black Adder", the early '80s sitcom that also gave Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) his first big break, and is FAR superior to Mr. Bean in every way. I also like Hugh Laurie's comedy stuff far better than the TV show house. . . what's with all the medical and crime investigative dramas on TV these days? Here in Korea there are only three or four channels that regularly play English programming, and at any given time, one of them is playing a Jean-Claude VanDamme movie (which cease to be entertaining even ironically after two watchings) and another is playing CSI, or one of its spinoffs, rife with grotesque modes of death and gratuitous autopsy scenes.
Oh well. At least it's weaned me off watching TV.
But THESE clips are funny. You should watch them.
This one plays around with actors, lines, and scene setups. It makes me smile, having acted on stage myself.
This third one. . . I think they're making fun of flag-waving singers. I'm not sure though.