The work of anti-comedy freak-os J.P. Hasson and Thomas Hurley III, Pleaseeasaur is a multi-media stage show intended to confuse as much as entertain. In the great tradition of Andy Kaufman and Neil Hamburger, the concept of what is comedy is just as important as actually trying to be funny. Pleaseeasaur shows involve Hasson dressed in various absurd costumes, singing ultra moronic songs that serve as either jingles for various businesses ("The Pizza Brothers & Sons Inc.," a car service called the "No Prob Limo," etc.) or public service announcements of some kind ("Warning: These Cobras Are Totally Cool"), while Hurley projects idiotically related images over him, flickers multicolored lights on and off and puts together a sonic pastiche of electronic dance music seemingly lifted from Barney songs as backing. After releasing records independently and touring with fellow comedic subversive Neil Hamburger, Pleaseeasaur signed a deal with Comedy Central, had the ultra hip dudes at Adult Swim do some animation for them and generally threatened to destabilize American society by introducing their "so unfunny it's funny" ethos into the mainstream.