Does this series really have legs?
He’s sorta got a good thing going where he is.
You don’t know how dollars work, do you?
Time for a palate refresher.
Breaking: Jay Leno likes cars a lot.
Which is a distinction again to being named “tallest dwarf.”
John Cusack was equally miffed.
They tried this in 1990. It…it didn’t work.
No surprise here. AMC will continue to keep zombies in our lives.
Better book your time now before that weasel Colbert inches in. Kidding. Colbert’s great.
Are anthologies hot right now? Yes. Anthologies are hot right now.
Let’s not expect a ’7th Heaven’ reunion anytime soon.
Let the nostalgia wash over you.
This is going to be awesome and weird and confusing.
If not, they’re sure going to great lengths to make us believe they are.
“Giving us” might not be the right phrase. “Sodomizing us with” seems more appropriate.
I don’t know what that show is about, but I’m excited!
I wonder how it will go for them. I hope they’re judged on their merits with no adversity!
Tim and Eric have reunited with Jeff Goldblum to sell GE’s revolutionary new light bulbs that you can control via your smartphone without having to use your legs at all.
I can dig it.
To be fair, he’s unsure if he could make good new ones.
It’s really hard to follow and features no jokes. That said, it’s still better than ‘The Cleveland Show’.
I hope they let him do charts and songs like in his stand up.
Spoiler: It wasn’t anyone important.
This might be the worst passenger story that doesn’t end in violence.
Give that kid a beat and his acting really improves.
I guess this means that Gosling is in the running for the last role?
Of all the reasons to fire Rob Schneider, they picked this one?
It’s like ‘Passions’ with a budget.