As you may have noticed from the new disclaimer appearing on all advertising for Noah, there has been much talk about the difficulty of selling it to the hardcore religious folks who don't want...
Jacob Hynes came to the realization that despite the rejection, it would be "pretty hot" if Christine, his wife of seven years, were to leave him to be with woman. After growing tired of living together for so long, feeling like nothing...Show More Summary
Conan has time and time again suggested that "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek is slowly going insane. Now, Alex Trebek has responded... and it is something to behold, friends.
Despite facing hard times, the patients at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, Fla., refuse to lose their smiles. Earlier this month, the hospital's child life department posted this adorable video of their dance party set...Show More Summary
There's little in life more sublime than watching Billy Eichner scream at random people on the street... that is, until you see Billy Eichner scream at Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on "The Today Show." Watch the excitable quiz master put the two hosts to the ultimate test above.
President Barack Obama’s appearance on “Between Two Ferns” to encourage young people to sign up for Obamacare seems to be working. White House Senior Communications Advisor Tara McGuinness announced via Twitter Tuesday that the Funny...Show More Summary
NYC Crying Guide is a comedy parody blog about the best and worst places to cry in New York City. Bank of America 592 5th Ave, New York, NY 10036 I randomly ducked in here for a place to cry today and I am very happy I did. The ATM line was luckily very long so I hopped in and cried until it was my turn to use the machine (about 6 minutes). Show More Summary
Going on a TV talk show is one thing. Going on a weirdly awkward comedy web show, acting like government policy is just some new movie you're plugging? Exceedingly strange. But it came out prett...
As his third week hosting 'Late Night' kicked off, Seth Meyers seemed completely at ease interviewing his guest and good friend, Andy Samberg. The two chatted about everything from attending each other's weddings (and bachelor parties) to their days together on 'SNL'. Show More Summary
Justin Bieber's crazy leaked deposition video revealed two things: The 20-year-old pop star really doesn't like to be grilled about Selena Gomez, and he won't really offer a straight answer on anything without acting like a total brat. That...Show More Summary
That sounds about right for Smith - doing a superhero comic that actually plays to his comedic abilities. With an Alex Ross cover (above), the issue will be a sequel to the TV episode where the...
Have you ever had your faith in humanity restored because of Jon Hamm's, eh hem, package? Your secret's safe with us, but those sorts of headlines have become synonymous with websites like Buzzfeed and Upworthy. A recent CollegeHumor...Show More Summary
Last Thursday, comedian Jenny Collier tweeted out this screenshot of a message from Mirth Control, the largest independent comedy booker in the UK. This just happened. pic.twitter.com/Ap0IamzdR7 — Jenny Collier (@Jenjencollier) March...Show More Summary
I guess it's okay to tell you now that I was never considered one of the popular girls. Starting in junior high and most likely due to the short shag that made Davey Jones a teenage idol, but didn't really do much for me, I just could not break into that inner circle. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama's appearance on the online talk show "Between Two Ferns," where he traded barbs with comedian Zach Galifianakis about the Affordable Care Act, left some Republicans unamused. A White House adviser told The NewShow More Summary
Everything about the White House press briefing's foray into President Obama's appearance on "Between Two Ferns" was cringeworthy. The gang spent almost six minutes discussing the intricacies of Obama's caustic banter with Zach Galifianakis. Show More Summary
Mothers-in-law. ‘Nuff said. related: Nobody does guilt trips quite like Grandma extra credit: sixwordmemoirs.com
Jimmy Kimmel decided to bring his 200-person staff all the way down to Texas to do a week of shows, mostly for the same reason as the hundreds of South By Southwest attendees: to have fun. Kimmel spoke about his Texas-sized edition of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and more with The Huffington Post in Austin on Monday. Show More Summary
To: The College Board From: A word guy Subject: SAT admission test no longer requiring timed essay I hate you. No, "hate" is a word people with superficial and hackneyed vocabularies use. Rather, I censure you for dropping the timedShow More Summary
On a recent trip to visit friends in Indiana, California-based photographer Karen Abad snapped some seriously adorable photos of her friend's baby, Olivia, posing as different TV show characters. The group of friends had been home all...Show More Summary