What could make one happier than a bearded man that makes one laugh? Zach Galifianakis is the funniest thing about Dog Bites Man (Up in them Guts) and the funniest thing on The Comedians of Comedy tour (“at what age do you tell a highway it's been adopted?”).
Yet this North Carolinian comedic talent is still not widely known or appreciated as much as he should be. Is it the fact that his name is unpronounceable? Or that his beard is too emasculating to male viewers who can't grow one? Or is it because no man should be both this devilishly handsome and this amazingly funny?