Honest Trailers: 'Friday'

Daaaamn! With the surprising success of Friday, Ice Cube learned he could earn millions of dollars without the stress of having to make sure everything he said rhymed. This opened the doors to Hollywood wide for other hardcore rappers aspiring to be terrible actors. It's also the film that put Chris Tucker on the map, before he promptly took himself off of it. Honestly, anybody know which country he's in these days? It's time for the classic hood comedy to get knocked the f&%# out.

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[VIDEO] Jon Stewart Goes on WWE Raw, Promptly Kicks Seth Rollins in the Junk

Tonight's Breaking Story: Yo Dick! The Jon Stewart-Seth Rollins feud has gotten physical, y'all. Oh, were you not aware that the former WWE Tag Team champion and the soon-to-be former Daily Show host (tear) had beef? Well, they do, and it all started when that punk-ass Rollins had the audacity to call The Daily Show "unwatchable." Stewart was quick to respond by cutting a promo of his own, to which Rollins responded by crashing an episode of The Daily Show last week. Things came to a head on last night's edition of Raw, however, when Rollins opened the show by hosting his own version of The Daily Show. Stewart was having none of it, and after lobbing a few insults at Rollins' hair, proceeded to kick him straight in the balls thanks to a momentary distraction from Randy Orton. It was easily the greatest WWE celebrity cameo since MacGruber, so check out a full video of the segment above. Or if you're one of those people who has a "job" or "more important things to do," check out Stewart's low blow in glorious gif form below. Tonight's breaking story: Yo Dick! 


Did You Watch 'Conan?' Check Out The Opening Segment.

Conan O'Brien returned to the airwaves last night to prove that you can banish him to basic cable, but you can't take away what makes him great. And it looks like with 'Conan,' he helped TBS finally earn their "Very Funny" slogan. Conan O'Brien returned to the airwaves last night to prove that you can banish him to basic cable, but you can't take away what makes him great. And it looks like with 'Conan,' he helped TBS finally earn their "Very Funny" slogan. The show opened with a really slick segment that skewered NBC's bonkers decision to dick him around. It's not the end-all be-all of comedy by any stretch, but it displays a sly zaniness that you don't see in late night television. And it's light years better than watching Jay Leno ring random Los Angelenos's doorbells. Just once, I'd like to see him knock on the wrong door and end up in hot water. Like, he accidentally films a paranoid militia-man. Or Gary Busey. Check out the clip and let us know what you thought about Conan's first show.


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We're just here for the laughs, Steve. In response to the news that his viewers were better-informed about campaign finance reform than regular news viewers, Stephen Colbert has promised to stop informing his viewership, effective now. In this Colbert Report clip, he tackles the issue straight-on, telling the world that he would just want to be funny. Amidst the joking, he did manage to land one huge barb, letting the world know what we all think about Fox News. He said: "That’s right! I did abetter job of informing the public about campaign finance reform than every other news organization  — and CNN. So let that be a lesson to you Fox: show — don’t tell. If you want your viewers to have a better understanding of your editorial position, they need to see you sucking Ted Cruz’s balls." Don't look now, Stephen, but you're teaching us again...


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