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A Brief And Enchanting Visual History Of Los Angeles' Iconic Magic Castle

A death-defying trick: Bill Larsen, Sr. enlists an audience members for a death-defying trick utilizing the Thayer head chopper, while Geraldine (in mock horror) and Milt look on, circa. 1940. "I grew up in a kind of Alice in Wonderland...Show More Summary

30 Days of Online Dating: Bros and Bikinis

This is a modern dating experiment. One girl. Five dating sites. Hundreds of chats. Thirty days. Thirty dates. Eighteen guys. (?) boyfriend. To start at the beginning, click here -- or jump right in at date eighteen below. Date 18/30: Tinder Blake Good-looking guy from Calabasas. Show More Summary

Dancing Dude At The Mall Is An Inspiration To Rug Cutters Everywhere

Some say he's still dancing to this day. In a video posted YouTube and going viral on Friday, a well dressed man appears to dominate an Xbox dancing game at a mall. The song is Lil John's "Get Low," and boy does he. Drenched in sweat,...Show More Summary

Why Jason Sudeikis Traded In Big-Budget Comedies For Indie Darlings

Jason Sudeikis, of course, got his start as a writer and cast member on "Saturday Night Live" from 2003 to 2013. Since leaving the show, the comedic actor has expanded his resume to include a range of studio films, slowly trading in his supporting roles for a leading-man status. Show More Summary

Kids These Days Will Never Remember How Good Nostalgia Used To Be

Ah, that was the golden age of remembering stuff. In a new video, CollegeHumor is tackling perhaps the ultimate millennial question: Remember when nostalgia was good? Do you remember the first time you remembered "Are You Afraid Of The Dark?" Or how about Nintendo? Kids today will never know just how much fun being nostalgic used to be. Then again... Show More Summary

'Floridian-American' Woman Files Notice To 'F This Court'

At least take the court to dinner first. Self-described "Floridian-American" Tamah Jada Clark filed an expletive-laced legal brief lambasting U.S. District Court Judge Willis B. Hunt on April 20 for dismissing her civil rights lawsuit. (Readers...Show More Summary

Jimmy Fallon's Favorite #MyWeirdWaiter Tweets Just Keep Getting Weirder

Just when you thought meals couldn't get more awkward than Thanksgiving... For this week's "Tonight Show Hashtag," Jimmy Fallon asked for your weirdest waiter encounters. Fallon got all kinds of nightmare tweets, and it's pretty safe...Show More Summary

Jon Stewart Asks Neil deGrasse Tyson If Batman Could Beat Superman

Jon Stewart had access to one of the greatest scientific minds on the planet on Thursday night when astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson joined him on "The Daily Show.' And he used the opportunity to ask one of the most pressing questions...Show More Summary

Shaggy And Steve Higgins Have The Shaggy Rap Battle To End All Shaggy Rap Battles

It's a good ol' fashioned "Shaggy Off." "Tonight Show" announcer Steve Higgins finally put his Shaggy impression to the test on Thursday night by going head-to-head with the real Shaggy. The pair took turns grabbing the mic and spitting...Show More Summary

Eric Bolling, Fox 'The Five' Co-Host, Slams 'Dummy' Jon Stewart

Well, that didn't take long. On Wednesday night, Jon Stewart called Fox News Channel "The Five" co-host Eric Bolling "the dumb guy" while interviewing one of the show's other hosts, Dana Perino. On Thursday, Bolling fired back during...Show More Summary

Collagen-Infused Japanese Beer Promises To Make Drinkers More Attractive

Japanese brewery Suntory released a collagen-infused beer this month that promises to make the drinker more beautiful. The Telegraph reports that the beer, called "Precious," is being advertised with the tagline, “Guys can tell if aShow More Summary

11 Aunts Wanted For Crimes Against Facebook

Aunts: they keep their friends close, and their nieces and nephews closer. Do you or someone you know have an aunt friend on Facebook? Of course you do, Facebook is like 75 percent moms and aunts now. There's no escaping the fact that...Show More Summary

19 Dramatic Animals Who Think All The World's A Stage

CURTAINS UP! 1. I'M MORE OF A SOLO PERFORMER. via Giphy 2. I'M NOT AVAILABLE FOR AN INTERVIEW AT THE MOMENT vavyanlarkin/Tumblr via Giphy 3. THIS IS YOUR NIGHT. THE NIGHT BELONGS TO YOU. wetskinnybikedreams/Reddit via Giphy 4. Show More Summary

Pornosophy: The Blue Angel Inspires a Class Action Suit

Are you over 50? No this is not an advertisement for auto insurance from the AARP or for Tadalafil, but it's a notice from the Law Firm of Andrews and McCaffrey that you may be able to collect a substantial reward for suffering incurred by younger men and women who give you the impression they're attracted to you. Show More Summary

George The Cat Stands On Two Legs Like A Little Human

George is a cat who just really likes to stand on two legs. Redditor Egzo shared a photo of his pet on Wednesday to the Aww subreddit, showing the kitty standing up like a human. He stands on chairs. A photo posted by George Cat (@george2legs)...Show More Summary

Teen Suspended For Fake Bomb 'Promposal'

LA CENTER, Wash. (AP) — A Washington teen who strapped fake explosives to his body in a stunt to ask a date to prom has been suspended from school. The Columbian newspaper in Vancouver reports ( ) that the five-day...Show More Summary

The 7 Stages of Potty Training

Potty training. It sounds so cute and harmless, like something that could be done in a few hours on a Saturday afternoon. While some may think getting someone to "do their business" in a toilet is simple, parents know it is anything but (no pun intended). Show More Summary

Watch These Cops Rockin' Out To Pop Songs Like Only Superstars Could

What's a pair of cops to do when they hear a couple of pop hits? Jam out, of course! In a video uploaded to YouTube, everyone's favorite Taylor Swift-singin' cop, Cpl. Jeff Davis from the Dover Police Department, is back, and this time he's joined by Cpl. Show More Summary

Lena Dunham Writes Essay In Seventeen On Daring To Be 'Different' And Ignoring Criticism

Lena Dunham knows she was a "weirdo" and is proud of it. The "Girls" creator, writer, producer and star penned an essay in the May issue of Seventeen magazine about defying normalcy in high school and how she's since embraced being different. Dunham...Show More Summary

5 Things You Didn't Know About 'Last Week Tonight,' As Told By The Announcer And Space Gecko

John Oliver turns 38 on Thursday, and so to celebrate, we are rounding up a few things you didn't know about "Last Week Tonight." The Huffington Post reached out to David Kaye, the show's announcer, and comedian Adam Newman, who hasShow More Summary

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