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Sony Reportedly Authorizes Screenings Of 'The Interview'

It looks like moviegoers may be able to see "The Interview" after all. According to Tim League, the founder of the Alamo Drafthouse, Sony has authorized theaters to show "The Interview" on Christmas Day. Breaking news: Sony has authorized screenings of THE INTERVIEW on Christmas Day. Show More Summary

The 9-To-5 Grind Is Getting To This Pup Who Is Really Fighting To Stay Awake

We all have those days in which no matter how many cups of coffee we guzzle, there is simply no possible way our eyes will stay open. It seems as though Dirt the French bulldog is having one of those days. In the video above, the pooch tries his darndest to stay awake but fails in the most adorable of ways, drifting right back to sleep. Show More Summary

Alright, I Have Bad Taste

It is 1992. I am eight years old, toe-headed and lumpy. My black jeans are cinched with a brown belt, four perfect inches above the belly button, where my green flannel tucks itself away from the world. Life is a vast and expansive oyster...Show More Summary

Hilarious Recap Won't Let You Forget 2014, Even If You Want To

Didn't pay attention to what happened in 2014? No problem! JibJab's annual year-in-review is here. The irreverent musical look at what rocked our world will make you a pseudo-expert in less than two minutes. Then you can drink some champagne that was not served on Kim Kardashian's derriere and bid 2014 farewell or good riddance. Your call.

The Funniest Moments Of 2014

2014 had its fair share of ups and downs in the comedy world. On the upside, Jimmy Fallon ushered in a new era of "The Tonight Show" with resounding success, "Weird Al" had a No.1 album, Amy Poehler wrote a fantastic book/ memoir/ life...Show More Summary

Have a 'Patriotic' Christmas

The Patriot Brothers celebrate the season as only white, heavily armed Christianists can. Christmas with The Patriot Brothers - watch more funny videos

You Can't Say That

It started with "moist." At first, it wasn't so much the word itself, but the way it combined with other words to make them seem... inappropriate. I would be talking with a cashier at Trader Joe's and she might mention how must she enjoyed the "moistness" of the chocolate cake in my cart. Show More Summary

This Is What It's Like To Be Single During The Holidays

Being home for the holidays is generally awesome -- free food, free WiFi and tons of TLC. But being back in your hometown, around your family and old friends when you're single can present a unique set of challenges. A new video produced...Show More Summary

BBC Correspondent Gets Unintentionally High While Reporting On Afghan Drug Bust

Covering Afghanistan is often serious business. So why then is BBC Middle East correspondent Quentin Sommerville giggling uncontrollably while reporting from the region? Well, it would seem that the fumes from the massive pile of drugs...Show More Summary

Five Cautionary Tales From Holiday Cartoons

Every year the holiday festive season comes crashing through the door and delivers a whole box of impossible expectations for the perfect Christmas. Rather than deal with it by actually getting the house clean and checking the decoration...Show More Summary

9 Uses For That Sad Fruitcake You're Never Going To Eat

Here's how to turn the gift that no one wants into the gift that keeps on giving: Use it as a door stop. Turn it into a beer coozie. Fix that wobbly kitchen table leg. Scrub your bathroom down with it. Use it as a pillow. Give your cats...Show More Summary

Katherine McKee And Lisa Join The Long List Of Bill Cosby Accusers

Since Dec. 19, two more women have come forward accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Lisa, who has chosen to only reveal her first name, and Katherine McKee join more than 20 women who have made allegations against the 77-year-oldShow More Summary

Stephen Colbert Teams Up With Street Artist JR -- Also, May Be Banksy

Last week America bid a fond farewell to "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert's masterful pièce de résistance... or so we thought. The Comedy Central show's finale aired on December 18, yet for those who rightfully pledge their allegiance...Show More Summary

Jimmy Fallon And One Direction Sing 'Santa Claus Is Coming To Town' On Classroom Instruments

For one of his last shows before holiday break, Jimmy Fallon decided to go out in style by singing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" with The Roots, Harry Styles and the rest of One Direction... Using children's toys, of course. Fallon's...Show More Summary

Christmas Isn't Complete Without A George W. Bush Bedtime Story

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that George W. Bush soon would be there. A group of children had that wish answered on Dec. Show More Summary

Drinking (A Little) At Work Could Actually Make You Better At Your Job

Most corporate offices don't condone drinking on the job, but a case may be made for reconsideration. As it turns out, a little bit of alcohol really can support creative thinking. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago found that a certain level of inebriation can help get the creative juices flowing. Show More Summary

Dictators With Bad Haircuts

Before we go any further, let's be clear: Just because someone (me) objects to certain things that other people consider genuinely funny, doesn't necessarily mean that they (I) don't have a healthy sense of humor. I laugh at a lot of stuff. Show More Summary

What Everyone Is Really Thinking When You Bring Home A New Boyfriend For The Holidays

Say what you mean! Ehhh, actually, scratch that. The holidays are stressful enough without having to bring a new love interest before the judge and jury that is your family. Your parents want the best for you and they don't want to naysay your life decisions, buuuuuuuut... Show More Summary

O Christmas Pan!

I met my husband in November 1989. By Christmas we were pretty much living together. We weren't kids - he was in his forties and I was 38. So we didn't see much sense in taking it slow. Over decades of dating I had learned one thing about love. Show More Summary

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