Aubrey Plaza Plays Sax And Rides A Paddleboat In This Music Video

In case you wanted to see that. Either Aubrey Plaza agreed to play saxophone while sitting on a paddleboat in this band's music video, or somebody hacked into Aubrey Plaza's private playing saxophone on a paddleboat videos. In which case, not a nice move, you hackers.

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I watch everything while drunk. Just to be safe. In a move of genius casting, the deadpan, downer Aubrey Plaza was recruited as the voice of Grumpy Cat for the feline's Christmas special Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever on Lifetime. Plaza encouraged Jimmy Kimmel, then his audience, to knock back a few glasses of wine before viewing, saying about the program, "It's really the weirdest thing I've ever seen — it's so confusing," SOLD! I don't think anyone expected the special to be GOOD, so it might as well be weird and confusing to pique our interest. I mean, I wouldn't expect Aubrey Plaza to jump on to a regular ole' Xmas special. Unless they paid her a bunch. Which they almost certainly did. Grumpy Cat comes to your living room (not literally) on November 29th on Lifetime.


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Take that, Maroon 5! Do you like the Maroon 5 song, Moves Like Jagger? Well, the song is stupid and so are you for liking it. But what's not stupid is this new Star Wars-themed parody video, Moves Like Jabba. Well, actually, it's stupid too, but in a good way, like the characters from Dumb & Dumber or that big guy from Of Mice and Men. Ha! He killed the friggen rabbit! What a moron! Yes, there have been many Star Wars/Jabba the Hut parodies, but to my knowledge, none of them have featured Wilford Brimley. And that, my friends, is a game changer.


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Undead groups won't be happy about this police brutality. [post-album postid="215841" item="2"]With all these vampires, werewolves, and zombies invading television, it's only natural that someone would need to police them. And also punch them through the head. That's exactly what the stars of MTV's Death Valley do. The new scripted series takes a page out of the COPS handbook and sends a camera crew to ride along with the law officers of the San Fernando Valley. In this case, the San Fernando Valley has been overrun by a new minority for the past year -- monsters and the undead. This gory preview shows stars Tania Raymonde (Lost), Brian Callen (MADtv), and Caity Lotz (Mad Men) on the beat and it looks pretty intense. Looks pretty violent but still nowhere near as violent as that episode of COPS where the naked, bloody guy punched his way through a fence to escape. We can only assume that he was on his way to go kill Superman. (MTV)


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