There you are, sitting at work, writing a VICE piece about Suriname, or threesomes, or the politics of threesomes in the Surinamese cosplay community, and all of a sudden some funny, famous bastards walk in and start taking the piss out of you. What can you do, eh? You can either sit in a corner mumbling "imitation is the most sincere form of flattery" to yourself, or just admit that it's pretty damn good.
The above clip comes courtesy of IFC, and concerns a media company called DRONEZ. The company employs suspender- and sweater-wearing journalists, played by Bill Hader and Fred Armisen, who are sent to Mexico to track down the notorious drug lord El Chingon. And, if you've ever seen our (Emmy award-winning, pal) HBO show, you'll recognize the format.
DRONEZ is part of an upcoming series on IFC called Documentary Now!, which parodies a bunch of the most influential documentaries of our time.