Tommy Lee Jones was not amused by Will Ferrell's hijinks at last night's Golden Globes. And he was the only one. On the one hand, look at him -- he's ancient. Let him laugh or not laugh whenever he wants or doesn't want to. On the other hand, BWAHAHA he looks just like Grumpy Cat.
Last night's Golden Globes were certainly filled with some memorable moments. The Tommy Lee Jones death stare, Taylor Swift's disapproving face, Adele's delightful acceptance speech. But today most people are talking about Jodie Foster's sort of rambling acceptance speech for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award.
It's not even the slightest bit of a secret that we love a good practical joke. We even kind of like the bad ones. Basically, as long as nobody winds up in a hospital, we're on board. So it should come as no surprise that we are BIG fans of the TruTV show 'Impractical Joke
Jimmy Kimmel doesn't need help making his show funny. But at least when he gets a little outside assistance, it's from Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling. That's pretty much the best way to do that. Will Ferrell for the laughs, and Ryan Gosling for making women
It's that time of year, when you give everybody who coughs on the train a dirty look and tie your hands to your waist with elastic to keep from accidentally touching your face until you've had a chance to wash them under soap and water for at least three minutes. That's right. It's flu season. Here are some tips for coming out on the other side okay.
Hey, did you hear about the Oscar nominations? We're guessing Ben Affleck isn't the only one crying -- hordes of musical theater fans are losing it too. Who would have thought that people whose idea of entertainment is to be whipped into an emotional frenzy through overwrought song and dance would flip out when their genre of choice gets not one, but eight nominations (even though that wasn't enough for some of them). Some of them ( a lot, actually) couldn't contain themselves and had to direct some of their boundless enthusiasm towards Twitter. Here's what's they're saying.
If only something this entertaining happened at every primary school band concert. Usually it's just kids blowing half-heartedly into recorders while the audience longs for the sweet release of death. But not this time. This time there is a xylophone bashing maniac onstage, and it is the most glorious thing we've ever seen.
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