Hey, so while you’re getting used to the new site, be sure to check out our brand new Drop It feature. Anytime you’re messing around on the web (when you should actually be working) and you stumble upon something funny, strange, or just plain interesting– Drop It our way. Then, readers can give it “props.” Everyday we’ll post the stories/videos/pictures that get the most props on the front page. I know it sounds a little confusing, but I promise it makes sense. Just play around a little bit, you’ll see.
So far garbnzgh has the most popular link on the page– a clip from The Montell Williams Show that features a dog that walks solely on his hind legs. You have to see it to believe it. Watch it here, then drop something of your own!
By the looks of this recent TV commercial featuring Paulie Walnuts from The Sopranos, it would seem that Netflix is getting a bit more aggressive in their marketing tactics.
Okay, I figured it out: The folks over at The Huffington Post don’t hate President Bush like I initially thought– they LOVE him. They’re just not good at showing it. Instead of walking up to him and handing him a flower or planting a kiss on his cheek they’re running around the
playground internet saying bad things and writing songs about him. I did the same exact thing with Corrie H. in the first grade. Of course, my songs didn’t include lines like “I am the egg-head, I’m the Commander, I’m the Decider, Koo-Koo-Ka-Choo.” But I bet they totally would have if I had an appreciation for classic rock back then. Oh well.
Check out “The Decider.” It’s a pretty clever song… and definitely better than throwing rocks at him after school. Koo Koo Ka Choo.
Alias is celebrating their 100th episode, Lost is airing what seems like their 100th “recap” episode, and some show on Fox where kids sing and people cheer is set to blow everything else out of the water. Throw in Kid Rock guest starring on CSI: NY</strong and you have one helluva Wednesday night. So what are you watching? Vote now!
Alex Blagg is here to walk you through the best of Tuesday night tv, including American Idol, Funniest Moms, and The Real World!
Remember last year, when Michael Jackson stood on top of his SUV outside the courthouse? Well on Monday, Tom Cruise pulled a Michael and lept on top of a Lamborghini during the premiere of Mission Impossible III in Rome.
Sure it sent a powerful message, but without an umbrella, how would the mothership know to pick him up?
We know for a fact that The Tony Danza Show’s hard-working staff were treated to an office party last night at Patsy’s pizzeria. Looks like Tony might have had a few too many