This week on Mad Men there was a lot of sexual tension AND regular tension. There were shots fired at man’s eyes and eyes rolled at flirty man. Pete did some digging on Bob, Sally visited boarding school, and Don fell deeper into alcoholism. Creepy Glen the neighbor boy made an appearance and Rosemary’s Baby made it to theaters!!! Will Ted and Peggy’s flirting get in the way of new business?? Is boarding school right for Sally?? And is Bob pulling a fast one on us all, hiding behind his “nice guy” attitude?? Let’s get our miniskirts and thick eye liner on because here are the top ten moments from Mad Men you’ll have the devil’s baby for!
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A source close to the Kardashian family revealed to VH1 exclusively that Kim and Kanye have named their daughter Khrist.
“The kouple had several ‘K’ names on tap,” our source tells us, “but because their bundle of joy kame so klose to the debut of Yeezus, they decided to honor their khild with the same name as the khild of God–but with a K. After all, it is a Kardashian tradition and Kanye is God.”
Father’s Day is this weekend, which has us thinking of the greatest father in television history: Bill Cosby as Dr. Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show. Is it his humor, intelligence or strong moral compass that puts him at number one? Nah. It’s all about his sweater collection.
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a Super-Crotch!
Okay, sure, that Super-Crotch is attached to a Superman, but let’s be real. The best part of Superman’s costume isn’t the billowing cape, but the attention devoted to not quite covering his nether regions. Since his debut in Action Comics #1, Superman has been saving lives — and showing off the goods. So, in honor of Man of Steel, we’ve ranked the top 10 most iconic Supermen in relation to the superiority of this all important feature.
Pretty Little Liars is a super complicated show with a cultish fanbase, so naturally a person who’s never seen the show should recap the fourth season premiere. Let’s do this.
This week’s Mad Men was filled with drama, sex, teen angst, and RATS! Betty made a brief appearance; Pete’s mother got RANDY with her nurse, and Roger juggled some balls. Vietnam is starting to creep in and I have a feeling it’s only going to get even more intense. Political views are becoming more polarizing and the world is starting to change. How will this affect advertising? How will misogyny stay alive!!!? And how will Don continue to get away with almost everything?!! Why don’t we get comfortable and take our pants off because here are the top ten moments from Mad Men you’ll burn your draft card for!
Starting tonight, John Oliver is going to be taking over The Daily Show from Jon Stewart. Oliver claims that he just wants to hold the desk down for Stewart and to “make sure [the] building is not on fire both physically and metaphorically.” However, this wouldn’t be the first British invasion on American soil that started out in polite earnest. We came up with five other monumental British invasions that changed American life as we know it.
This week on Mad Men there was a lot of tongue action, hallucination and some disagreement on what the firm should be called. Some of the boys had a TRIP in LA, while Pete back in New York had a TRIP of his own. Don had a near death experience and Joan snags a new client! I wonder what Betty and Sally were doing this episode? Probably reading Rosemary’s Baby or yelling at Bobby. I love it! Get your polyester shirts on because here are the top ten moments from Mad Men you’ll start a race riot for!
You might have missed last night’s episode of Game Of Thrones, but chances are you haven’t missed that fans of the show are FREAKING OUT, and we have a hilarious super cut of reactions to prove it.
Maybe the cast of Best Week Ever is out on summer vacation, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped pounding the pavements to make you laugh. The hilarious Jared Logan has a brand spanking new Comedy Central special, The Half Hour: Jared Logan, airing tonight at midnight! We got a chance to chat with the charming Mr. Logan about how he prepared for the special, his favorite parts about working on Best Week Ever, and where you can see him next.