Update: For those who couldn't figure out how to watch The Art of the Deal on Funny or Die, there's hope. Netflix just added the Donald Trump spoof movie to Watch Instantly. Make your queue great again! And while your at it, here's every new title coming to Netflix in August.
The Art of the Deal, a 1988 TV movie adaptation of Donald Trump's autobiography written, directed, and starring Donald Trump, was pre-empted by Monday Night Football and never aired. All copies of the biopic were destroyed in the Cybill Shepherd blouse fire of 1989. It was thought to be a lost memory... until now. But thanks to Ron Howard, who beat up an unsuspecting woman at a yard sale to retrieve the only remaining copy, people can enjoy this cinematic relic for the first time.
OK, that's not entirely true. The Art of the Deal is a sharp-witted, feature-length gag from Funny or Die cohort Jeremy Konner (Drunk History), who wrangled Patton Oswalt, Michaela Watkins, Andy Richter, Jack McBrayer, Stephen Merchant, Rob Huebel, Jason Mantzoukas, acclaimed thespian Alfred Molina, and Room's child star Jacob Tremblay to mount his VHS-quality parody.