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
Post by Linda Sharps. (Warning: this post contains spoilers!) It's probably unnecessary to keep opening my Walking Dead recaps by acknowledging that everyone was in a bad situation at the end of last week's episode, isn't it? That soooooort of seems like a no-shitter at this point. Show More Summary
“The Founders were under the spell of Ancient Rome; they included a senate in the Constitution under Article 1, Section 3; and two hundred and twenty-six years later, we’re stuck with it.” From “Our Democracy’s Unnecessary Stupidities,”...Show More Summary
LILY ALLEN COVERS KEANE: For the annual John Lewis Christmas ad. JIM WOLF: Homeless U.S. Army veteran transformed by makeover, secures housing, faces alcoholism. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. LANA DEL REY: A teaser of her "Tropico" video. For recent...
Going to cast a vote Tuesday, less than three weeks after the government shutdown and the near-default, put me in a sour mood. Usually, I exercise the franchise in a state of embarrassing, heart-swelling affection for the imperfect republic, my under-informed fellow-citizens, confused poll workers, even the dubious names on the ballot. Show More Summary
Who's going to turn the spigot on for you now? Last week, Henry Blodget of Business Insider posted a screed against the unnecessary fuss and deep weirdness that comes along with the stoic, tuxedoed man whose job it is to stand in the men's room at Balthazar and facilitate your post-business hand-wash and primping. Show More Summary
YOU ARE DEAD SEXY: Making MTA conductors smile. MARRY THE NIGHT: Here's Adam Lambert's version. LEGO: The movie. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
Man, there are so many people BLEEPing other people in the BLEEP these days. And, look, we know the Red Sox were happy about winning the World Series, but this kind of celebrating is just unprofessional. Watch Jimmy Kimmel's latest edition...Show More Summary
David Rohde at The Atlantic writes Our Fear of Al-Qaeda Hurts Us More Than Al-Qaeda Does Three disclosures this week show that the United States is losing its way in the struggle against terrorism. Sweeping government efforts to stop...Show More Summary
While El Clasico took center stage in the football world, the Barclays Premier League provided some thrills on Saturday as well. First-place Arsenal recorded their second consecutive victory despite some unnecessary troubles, and Manchester...Show More Summary
ONE DIRECTION: "Story of My Life". THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. ILLINOIS: Anti-gay activists have lobby day in Springfield. DAVID PRUDEN: Meet the new head of "ex-gay" group NARTH. Good As You: "It's like an auto mechanic touting his new...
The idea that we're going to get some sort of 'grand bargain' negotiation completed or frankly even started in the next eight weeks sounds basically ridiculous. And as important as ridiculous, simply unnecessary. In the short to medium...Show More Summary
Perhaps one of the most repeated quotes in the aftermath came from President Obama, “There are no winners here. These last few weeks have inflicted completely unnecessary damage on our economy. The American people are fed up with. Probably nothing has done more damage to American credibility in the world than the spectacle we have seen in [...]
ESCAPE ARTIST: Cat figures out door knob. THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. IF THE MOON WERE AT THE SAME DISTANCE AT THE ISS: It would be terrifying. HONEST TRAILER: The Walking Dead. For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
Ted Cruz has been trying to do WHAT during the shutdown?! Watch Jimmy Kimmel's latest edition of "This Week In Unnecessary Censorship" above to hear that plus more hilariously edited TV clips. Side note: it seems like they'll let just about anyone on "Family Feud" these days.
The Bills lost to the Browns in Cleveland last Thursday night and two of their players have been fined by the league for their actions during the game. Defensive back Aaron Williams has been hit with a $21,000 fine for unnecessary roughness. Williams hit Browns wide receiver Davone Bess in the helmet with his helmet…
For the second week in a row, 49ers safety Donte Whitner is lashing out at the NFL over a penalty he received for a hit to an opposing player. Whitner was called for unnecessary roughness for a hit on Rams wide receiver Chris Givens on Thursday, and on Friday Whitner said that penalty was a…
THIS WEEK: In unnecessary censorship. SPACE: Why do we go there? AB SOTO: "Let's Go Ho". RAIN PAINTING: Water-repellent spray creates work only visible on rainy days. For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.
The rhetoric on MSNBC has gotten so over the top in recent weeks it’s almost unbelievable. On Tuesday’s The Cycle, co-host Krystal Ball said that Republicans are asking young people to not buy health insurance thereby supposedly risking "agonizing and unnecessary death" in order to hurt President Obama (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more