This week, President Barack Obama proposed a budget "that will create new jobs in manufacturing and energy and innovation and infrastructure," and he suggested that "every dime of it" could be paid for by cutting unnecessary spending. John...Show More Summary
This week, President Barack Obama proposed “a budget that will create new jobs in manufacturing and energy and innovation and infrastructure, and we’ll pay for every dime of it by cutting unnecessary spending, closing wasteful tax loopholes!” What? I must have fallen asleep and woken up in 2008. Show More Summary
Sadly Xerxes will have to give some other diaper wearing dude shoulder rubs in the new 300. Hey, did you know there’s another 300 movie coming out in a little over a week? I believe it’s called 300: Something Something of a Something. Oooo, hopefully the first movie’s most memorable character, the kicking pit, makes a return!
SPORTS: Why do people obsess over them? IF LGBT Russia: had a Facebook film. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. ELLEN: Chats with 12 Years a Slave star Lupita Nyong'o. For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
KE$HA VS ADELE: An earworm from Meghan Tonjes. BEAR GRYLLS AND STEPHEN FRY: Discuss their beliefs. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. AVICII: "Addicted to You". For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
It's amazing what they can get away with on TV these days. Watch Jimmy Kimmel's latest tribute to the FCC, "This Week In Unnecessary Censorship," above. And damn, Jared Leto. TMI!
New this week: A Life in Men by Gina Frangello; Strange Bodies by Marcel Theroux; An Unnecessary Woman by Rabih Alameddine; The UnAmericans by Molly Antopol; Praying Drunk by Kyle Minor; and The Swan Gondola by Timothy Schaffert. Bonus Links: You can now subscribe to listings of literary new releases in your feed reader with this RSS feed. Show More Summary
WHAT'S IN PROTEIN BARS? The NYT investigates. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. KEY OF AWESOME: Official lyric video. ZAC EFRON: Has an enthusiastic front row fan at Jimmy Kimmel. For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
GIANT SQUID: "An 11-foot long (3 metre) giant squid was caught alive off Japan this week. The squid died before reaching shore on Tuesday. It will be used for research." THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. JUSTIN BIEBER: His bratty court...
The Jake Vale Show has created a censored version of Disney’s Frozen in which ordinarily innocuous things have been bleeped or blurred to make them seem dirty. The video was inspired by the “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship” segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Last week the controversial killing of 29-year-old Mark Duggan by police in North London was ruled lawful by a jury. His killing sparked riots across London and elsewhere in England. To many, it seemed like another unnecessary killing of a young man found prematurely guilty in the minds of police by virtue of the color […]
JARED LETO: Talks about his Golden Globes nod with Ellen. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. CONFESSING THINGS TO PEOPLE: Mid-conversation. MORE FROZEN NIAGARA: Anyone for a slushie? For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
It's amazing what a few pixels can do. Watch Jimmy Kimmel's latest tribute to the FCC above!
The other week, in my holiday viewing, I re-watched an old Paul Walker film I own called Noel. It’s yet
Jimmy Kimmel wrapped up 2013 in the best possible way last week, with a special edition of his homage to the FCC, "This YEAR In Unnecessary Censorship." Click above to take a look back at the filthy year that was.
Jimmy Kimmel has released his favorite "Week in Unnecessary Censorship" clips for 2013. Enjoy all the manufactured naughtiness! Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
Jimmy Kimmel shows his signature "Week in Unnecessary Censorship" video every Thursday night, but it isn't until the year-end wrap-up that all of the truly genius moments come together for one perfect display of the simple but brilliant trick.
HOMECOMING: Soldier surprises family by popping out of giant GI Joe box at Flyers game. KANYE WEST: Throws woman out of concert for heckling. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. SHIP MY PANTS: The Christmas Carol version. For recent Guides to...
Jimmy Kimmel's weekly tribute to the FCC, this week featuring Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, Rob Ford, and the cast of The Hunger Games. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
The best thing about last night’s episode of Homeland, besides the fact that Saul pulled of another audacious plot and put Senator Lockhart in his place? No Dana Brody. This is what Homeland looks like without unnecessary distractions:...Show More Summary