Tonight I’m frakking you. A-whoa-ohhhhh. You know-ohhhhh.
Here’s the story of how the Lohan clan turned Mr. Letterman’s life upside-down for one magical news cycle.
IBM’s artificial intelligence software will continue to compete on “Jeopardy” this week, in the form of a creepy computer named Watson.
In this clip, John Hamm reads from comedy writer John Glaser’s new book, My Dead Dad Was In ZZ Top. The subject? Top secret military butthole surfing.
Will ‘Red State’ be Kevin Smith’s version of “Skins?” With underage drinking and implied group sex with teens, you’d think that all signs point to yes.
What can we say? The man loved his local public library.
Dana Carvey hosted SNL this weekend, and Mike Myers joined him for the show’s cold open, featuring a brand new installment of Aurora, Illinois’ favorite public access show, Wayne’s World.
This is sort of like looking at a pop culture ‘Human Centipede.’
We all know Kramer had big ideas, but what would have happened if he had possessed the attention span (and intellectual capacity) to actually follow through on some of them?
Would you start a real-life study group to be more like the fictional gang on “Community”? Of course not. You’re normal.
The folks at Volkswagen have long been known for their creative advertising, and this Superbowl commercial continues that tradition.
If you’re a fan of “The Simpsons” you’re familiar with the recurring character Rainer Wolfcastle. Someone has taken the time to cut together all of his film parody appearances, giving us a four-minute glimpse at what a full-on McBain movie might look like.
The Gregory Brothers have done it again, this time cutting together an autotuned compilation of President Obama’s 2010 and 2011 State of the Union Addresses.
This clip from “The Today Show” in 1994, where Bryant Gumbel doesn’t know what crazy things like “internet” and “@” symbol mean, is like watching the beginning of time unfold.
In this clip from tonight’s episode of “The Office,” David Brent meets Michael Scott. Soon after, their now combined universes violent collapse.
Actress Shelly Duvall hosted a PBS program called “Faerie Tale Theatre” back in the 80s. At the start of each show she would introduce herself. It got weird after a while.
Ke$ha’s a real terror, ain’t she? She’s fine with desecrating everything we find near and dear and familiar, and Walt Disney classics are no exception.
I always assumed Jerry was too apathetic to make a play for global supremacy, but in the right light he could almost pass for a halfway-decent James Bond villain.
Now it’ll be easier than ever to ignore the pompous commentator’s rant videos, because his show has been officially cancelled.
Yeah so there’s this girl who eats couch cushions. As in she rips them up, puts the pieces in her mouth, chews, and swallows.
Rob Lowe, a late addition to the cast of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” has just been informed that the show has been off the air for months. This angers Rob Lowe. And you wouldn’t like Rob Lowe when he’s angry.
Larry David is like a neurotic King Kong, and he’s coming to DESTROY the Big Apple… through loud complaints and hard-to-watch life decisions!
If these promos don’t help HBO pull in the ratings, they have a pretty cool at the very least.
Bad things always happen when Pee-wee leaves the playhouse.
It’s an age old question: What makes the better pet? Comedian Nick Kroll answers this and many other questions in his upcoming hour long Comedy Central special, airing January 29th.
“Breaking In” is also about a team of kooky security experts who test your company’s security by hacking it. The main thing this trailer is missing: Dan Muthafreakin’ Aykroyd.
If you didn’t have the chance last night to see David Duchovny nail nineteen-year old ass, Matt LeBlanc behave like an ass, or William H. Macy look like ass, we’ve got your back.
The Starz King Arthur trailer features Eva Green, Joseph Fiennes, and a very unfortunate song choice.
If there was ever any doubt in your mind that the Muppets are straight up gangster, this rendition of Kanye West’s “Monster” should convince you otherwise.
To pursue one’s dream is noble. To purse one’s dream and subsequently eat sh*t on national television is nothing less than traumatic.