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The Discovery Channel recently aired a show called Eaten Alive, which, as the title suggests, showed a man being eaten alive by an anaconda.
Well, kinda. He didn’t die or anything, he just intentionally became the snake’s prey for a short period of time before being rescued by his support team.
“Prominent disability activist, writer and comedian Stella Young has died aged 32.
It’s Thanksgiving in the United States, apparently. I only found out yesterday, being a Brit and all. Still, good luck to every American who is currently stuffing their face full of turkey with all the trimmings.
Here is a video to celebrate this bullshit, made-up holiday.
People Magazine recently voted Chris Hemsworth, AKA Thor, the sexiest man alive. Which was news to Jason Bateman, who thought he was in the running this year.
Jimmy Kimmel invited another set of celebrities to not only find out what people have been saying about them on Twitter but read the nastiest comments out themselves.
Rather than telling him to go away in less polite terms, they all comply. We get to see their reactions, some of which are priceless.
Dumb and Dumber To is now out in movie theaters. The Farrelly Brothers are back writing and directing it, with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels back as Harry and Lloyd.
This video offers a review of Dumb and Dumber 2, and Chris Stuckmann isn’t all that enamored with the film. But then did anyone really expect it to live up to the original?
Jimmy Kimmel is a serial prankster who thinks it’s a good idea to get parents mentally abusing their kids by telling them they ate all of the Halloween candy.
Don’t get me wrong, it is funny, but it’s also just a little bit cruel. I just hope Kimmel is willing to pay for the years of counselling these kids will inevitably need later in life.
The United States has held its midterm elections, and they proved to be an unmitigated disaster for the Democrats, with the Republicans taking control of Congress.
Tom Magliozzi, one half of Click and Click the Tappet Brothers, has passed away at the age of 77. He died from complication arising from Alzheimer’s disease.
This video is a celebration of Car Talk, the weekly radio show Tom hosted with his brother Ray. It reveals how they built the show up from nothing into a national institution.