Sometimes a TV character will fire off a line of dialogue that is so good you find yourself quoting it the next day. The Huffington Post’s TV critic Maureen Ryan has compiled a list of her 11 most memorable TV lines of 2011, which includes remarks from the likes of ‘Parks and Recreation’s’ Ron Swanson, ‘The Office’ cut-up Jim Halpert, and ‘Breaking Bad’s’ meth-dealing teacher Walter White.
Will Ferrell made the Pabst Brewing Company an offer they couldn’t refuse.
Apparently, the eccentric funnyman approached them and said he would make a series of TV commercials for their Old Milwaukee brand, free of charge, providing the ads be shot in Davenport, Iowa and only run in that city’s TV market.
While the real Santa is a jolly old elf, some of his impostors who begin to pop up all around the non-frozen parts of the planet come Christmas time are a tad rough around the edges.
In fact, some of these mall jockeys and liquored-up revelers are downright sketchy. We’ve compiled a list of ten of these questionable Santas featured on the excellent Sketchy Santas blog so that folks with common decency and small children will know who to avoid this holiday season. Grab some expired egg nog and check them out below.
Love it or hate it, it looks like the wolf pack will be back… for the third time.
Appearing on the Graham Norton show, ‘Hangover’ star Bradley Cooper said that he hopes to start filming ‘The Hangover III’ in September, and that the franchise’s writer/director Todd Phillips is currently working on a script.
In what will no doubt go down in history as one of the biggest “epic fails” in hunting history, a dog in Utah accidentally shot his owner in the backside with a 12-gauge shotgun. The dog’s name? Dick Cheney. We kid, we kid.
Sick of the Christmas lights arms race? Well, this clever family did something about every house on the block trying to outdo each other with over-the-top light displays with this pithy and highly effective message. Check out a photo, which has been circulating on Facebook, of the best Christmas lights display ever below.
Ever wonder if some of those ‘X-Men‘ super powers can be duplicated in real life? Well, one little boy inadvertently figured out how to harness the power of Banshee, who can shatter glass with his super-sonic voice.
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