Drunk Guy Tripping On Shrooms Goes On 'Price Is Right'. Sadly, No Puking.

Bob Barker would not have allowed this. I'm not so certain that Bess and the other Joshua weren't rocked off their asses too.

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This is like a prequel to 'Children of Men'. It would appear that there's anarchy on the set of The Price is Right. Spokesmodel (or whatever the hell they're called) Manuela Arbelaez gave away the answer to the price of a Hyundai to a very excitable Price is Right contestant. (Is there any other kind of Price is Right contestant?) Manuela seemed to recognize her mistake immediately, and it appears that the show is making good on the award of the car. That's nice. I'm shocked that Drew Carey didn't have her dragged off-screen, with a single gunshot ringing out loudly throughout the CBS building. That would have been good television. (A.V. Club)


[VIDEO] Adam Sandler and Bob Barker Square Off for a Second Time on "Night of Too Many Stars"

"I wish I could see David Spade's face when he finds out there won't be a Grown Ups 3." Aside from raising a ton of money to support autism, last night's Night of Too Many Stars also achieved what many thought would be impossible in today's world: making Adam Sandler funny again. HI-OH! Sandler's remote segment saw him bring back his old buddy (and former Price is Right host) Bob Barker for what was supposed to be a burying of the hatchet, but what ended up being another hilarious brawl that may have topped their original slugfest in Happy Gilmore. Prosthetic legs, bedpans, and vials of Ebola all found their way into the battle, but the lowest blow of them all had to be Barker's 'Rob Schneider salad tossing' joke. If Schneider owned a television, that surely would have broke him. Check out the clip above, then head over to Comedy Central to donate.


'The Dogfather' Trailer: That's Right, 'DOGfather'!!!!

The Dogfather skateboards and wears people-clothes, which is a departure from the behavior of most domestic canines. How this movie is ending up in a theater near you and not on ABC Family on a Tuesday afternoon is quite the mystery. Perhaps the momentum of Chris Parnell's blinding starpower carried it into cinemas. or maybe the president of Bigshoot(?) Productions lost a bet on the "Dancing with the Stars" finale. In any event, the result is a movie about a dog. That is in the mob for some reason, despite not having any of the human characteristics of Marmaduke or a Beverly Hills Chihuahua. The dog skateboards and wears people-clothes, too, which is a departure from the behavior of most domestic canines. In the off-chance you would like to know the plot of the movie, here it is. If not, (totally understandable), feel free to skip down to my pithy closing remark. The dog, whose owner is a mob boss, eats the boss's ring, then runs away. The boss, orders that his henchman retrieve the dog, and consequently the ring, dead or alive. You know, cause he's evil. The dog finds refuge with a family while his pursuers run into rakes and crap. The film probably ends with the family keeping the dog and the mobsters getting some sort of cartoonish comeuppance. This film doesn't look good in any way, but if they went to the trouble of naming the film The Dogfather, and it doesn't feature at least a cameo by Snoop Dogg, I'm comfortable declaring the film a total loss. (FilmDrunk)


Lord Monckton Should Be A Borat-Type Creation, But Sadly Isn't

We would all feel a lot better if this guy was a fictional character. Australian Daily Show-type program The Hamster Wheel has taken the same approach their US counterparts have to skewering local, national, and international politicians by sending them up with oblivious reporters and letting the subjects just embarrass themselves. Sometimes that job is made very, very easy, such as the case with Lord Monckton. In case you think he doesn't deserve the treatment, you're really wrong. He does. Monckton serves as the Independent Party's head of research, offering up such gems as "the Hitler Youth started off as liberals," "climate change is a myth," and "AIDS sufferers should live on an island somewhere." He also has really buggy eyes that freak the hell out of me, but that's not really his fault, so we'll table that one. Insisting that someone this over the top and ridiculous can only be a Borat-type manifestation, The Hamster Wheel takes this premise and runs with it, even interviewing Monckton as though he was a character. Nice and nicely done, Hamster Wheel.


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Orlando Bloom Seems Super Drunk

America, nay, Planet Earth, I hope you're ready to get lost in Orlando Bloom's eyes all over again. America, nay, Planet Earth, I hope you're ready to get lost in Orlando Bloom's eyes all over again. "Entertainment Tonight" stopped by the set of that Paul W.S. Anderson version The Three Musketeers that I can't imagine anybody will want to go see (which, of course, means it will be the hugest hit and everyone except me will start wearing those queer floppy hats with the big feathers sticking out) to listen to Orlando Bloom act really, really high. Not to compliment his acting, but I can't tell if he's faking it or not. He's either doing an imitation of Captain Jack Sparrow or turning into Joaquin Phoenix. Or did he have a stroke? Whichever is the case, it's pretty sad. The Orlando Bloom Beard Watch begins...... now.


'Bob's Burgers' Season 5 Premiere Trailer Reminds Everyone That 'Bob's Burgers' Still Exists

Don't forget about 'Bob's Burgers', animation fans! Amid the hubbub of The Simpsons return to glory and its crossover episode with Family Guy, Fox and Bob's Burgers would like to remind you that, hey, Bob's Burgers is coming back, too. And to drive the point home, they've unleashed a trailer (via Vulture) that STRONGLY suggests a 1980's-themed musical from our main man, Gene. Bob's, in classic cartoon fashion, has embraced musical pieces as a cornerstone of its premise. And it works out well, even when Linda is singing in shrill, tone-deaf, keyless shrieks. Actually, it works best that way. The series premieres at 7:30 this Sunday night. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.


New Clip Of Thor Getting His Ass Kicked Reveals Hawkeye

It takes Thor a surprisingly long time to knock out a security guard. Thor' target='_blank'>Thor-2' target='_blank'>Thor-smuggles-in-blurry-images-from-asgard/" target="_blank">Thor is supposed to be a demi-god with amazing super strength, right? In the last clip I saw Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was taken out by a taser gun. In the new clip above, he struggles for a really long to time to knock out a security guard. A security guard. If it takes him this long to knock out hired muscle making $9/hr, how is he supposed to fight monsters and stuff? Then, in a strange out-of-nowhere shot, it's a Hawkeye cameo. There he is, hanging out in a metal airlift in the pouring rain. I'd say lightning would be a problem, especially cause Thor can summon lightning as one of his powers. However, judging by this Thor's strength and survival skills, I think that won't be an issue. Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh, struggles in the mud and into theaters May 6th. (IGN)