How could you not love Jennifer Aniston even more after the release of this so called “Secret Footage”? In a new ad for Smartwater, Jen pokes fun at herself and all the ridiculous rumors that have been circulating about her in recent years, and there’s no question that Jen has been put through the ringer when it comes to tabloid headlines. There have been so many that it’s getting pretty hard to keep up! So with a little help from Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Kimmel, Jen finally puts most of the gossip to rest — or does she? Take a look at what gossip she includes, makes up, and doesnt include at all!
The rumors confirmed!
She’s a ditz.
She has an insane workout routine.
She wears a wig.
Call the Enquirer with these scoops:
Jimmy Kimmel is her son, whom she’s been hiding for years.
She has an alien baby.
Her pool is filled with Smartwater.
She’s pregnant with triplets.
She finishes her nighttime routine by saying, “Goodnight, Rachel.”
This Sunday’s broadcast of the Academy Awards promises to be one of the lowest-rated in quite some time. The public-at-large doesn’t seem to give a hoot whether or not The Artist topples The Descendents for Best Picture, so long as Uggie is able to overcome his mystery shaking disease and walks the red carpet in full, resplendent glory (while, at the same time, sniffing as many crotches as he damn well pleases).
All of which got us thinking: Human actors and actresses are just plain BORING when compared to their canine counterparts. So, as a means of celebrating the many silver screen triumphs over the years of our four-legged friends, we here at Best Week Ever decided to create The WAG Awards as a means of celebrating the artistic achievements of man’s best friend. Dog lovers extraordinaire (and VH1 video editing maestros) Tami Foy, Joe Maziarski and Ravali Munipalle put together this highlight reel of the all-time greatest cinematic moments of the Canis lupus familiaris community, ranging from Lassie to Baxter to Marley to Uggie.
We’ve got the full list of categories, including Tiniest Tiny Guy and the Cecil Pee DeMille nominees, for you to check out after the jump: Read more…
It’s Friday! You know what that means, don’t you? Another exciting evening of CBS programming, starting with The Dukes of Hazzard, then Dallas, followed up by Falcon Crest and your local evening news. Oh wait, our bad, it’s no longer 1983 (even though labor force statistics show otherwise). Don’t let the doom and gloom of the Dow Jones get you down, though, because in 2011, Friday means it’s time for another new installment of Gabe & Max Like The Internet!
This week’s episode is guaranteed to make EVERYONE laugh. Everyone, that is, except Joe Piscopo. If your name is Joe Piscopo AND you used to star on Saturday Night Live, you might as well not click play on the video above. However, for everyone else that is NOT named Joe Piscopo, it’s CLICKS AHOY!
The dog days of summer are nearly upon us, but like a cool blast of freon to your prefrontal cortex, Gabe & Max are here to make your Friday considerably more chill. In their latest roundup of the videos that made the Internet guffaw over the past week, our daring co-hosts opine on serious and highly controversial¹ topics like:
The role of preachers at NASCAR events who use the opportunity to thank the man upstairs for blessing them with “smokin’ hot wives”
Whether or not breathing in gasses that make your voice sound quote-unquote “hilarious” is worth the adverse effect it can have your life expectancy
Should you shave your forearms, and if so, should you shave them with a super sharp kitchen knife?
After a two week hiatus, our friends Gabe Delahaye (@gabedelahaye) and Max Silvestri (@maxsilvestri) are back with another cool, breezy, not-at-all-humid-whatsoever edition of Gabe & Max Like The Internet! We can think of no better way to beat the heat than to stay inside all weekend long and just watch these two comedians riff on the funniest videos the internet has to offer. In this week’s episode, Gabe & Max riff on the best (only?) water jet pack fail ever, Leonard Nimoy’s outstanding work as pitchman for Magnavox, and a truly delightful¹ lady named Sister Sunshine. ENJOY.
Pop quiz, baby enthusiasts! Would you rather:
A) See a baby fail miserably while attempting to play a harmonica?
B) See a lion fail miserably at trying to eat a baby?
If your answer was A, B, or C —classic trick question maneuver, even though I didn’t give you that option, C was naturally “All Of The Above”!— you’re in luck! This week’s hee-haw-larious episode of Gabe & Max Like The Internet contains both of these clips, as well as a few others for good measure. It’s Friday, what could possibly be the harm in wasting a few minutes at work by pressing play on the video above before you go do shots with your friends? (Bonus: The contents of this video will not only make you laugh, but also serve as excellent icebreaker talk for you to use at the bar later. As in, “Hey, did you see the video of that adorable baby foil a lion’s plot to eat him?” Use that line, you’re guaranteed to get digits*.)
Thankfully, our buddies Gabe Delahaye (Mr. Videogum!) and Max Silvestri (who spent the week on tour with old BWE pal, Aziz Ansari) have stepped up to the challenge to try and breathe some life into the series of tubes that we all recognize as the Information Superhighway. In this week’s episode of Gabe & Max Like The Internet, our fearless leaders guide us through five videos that will make you confess your love for cats, cry like a baby rocketing down the street in a motorized stroller, chase balloons through a trash-strewn room, and then get you so drunk that you can’t even make it down a flight of stairs. Don’t believe us? Watch the video and prove us wrong.
After a two-week hiatus, we are excited to announce that our friends Gabe Delahaye (of Videogum fame) and Max Silvestri (host of Big Terrific, a weekly stand-up show that New York Magazine named the Best Stand-up of 2010) are back with a brand new episode of Gabe & Max Like The Internet, a show that critics have described as “the bastard love child born after a sloppy 4-way between Bob Saget, John Fugelsang, Tom Bergeron and Daisy Fuentes.”¹
This week, your hosts will guide you through a treasure trove of the Internet’s best videos: young boys showering together (really!), old Greek men obsessed with onomatopoeia, canines who possess the uncanny ability to drive motor vehicles, and much, much more. Tell your friends, tell your mom, tell John Fugelsang!