Loic Suberville gives us short and funny skits about the way languages are constructed and used. While no language is exempt, he has had a lot of fun with French as it is heard by English speakers. There seems to be a wide gap in how we use vowels.
The latest in the French series is labeled as part 107, although the numbering seems a bit random, as there are not 107 videos (this is about language, not math). You can browse through a ton of these videos at Suberville's YouTube channel. (via Laughing Squid)