Leslie Jones and Pete Davidson are the only people keeping SNL afloat right now.
A tale of jazz, intrigue, cartoons and Columbusing.
Highlight of the ep? For Galifianakis at least, he got to share a mint with Pitt.
What started as an off-the-cuff joke is quickly escalating into a full-blown international conflict, with vast geopolitical implications. Here, we offer a detailed analysis of how this conflict might shape up.
There’s Lou “Louie” Walters from “The Simpsons.” And there’s Frank Carbon from “Goodfellas.” Are they one in the same? Actor Frank Sivero says so.
Alan Silvestri has composed an additional 15 minutes of new music special for the screenings.
“(NSFW) (f) new poster…wanna see more? ;-),” she wrote. More than 51 guys took her up on the offer.
A YouTube mash-up takes a dump on Hans Zimmer’s basic score for “Interstellar.”
Marcel the Shell has a new book out, “The Most Surprised I’ve Ever Been”—and that’s saying something, since we’ve all seen Marcel plenty surprised in some of his earlier work.
I was as much of a wrestling fan as any other suburban white kid who would never be strong enough to take a punch. Then I just stopped cold turkey, until a long cross-country flight.
Ridley Scott and producer Lynda Obst totally hit the jackpot when the world started getting Ebola.
The show spends maybe too much time explaining weird sexual proclivities in layman’s terms to a skeptical Ice T.
Non-compete clause says employees can’t work at any place that sells sandwiches for two years after leaving their Jimmy John’s job.
Stick afficionados, rejoice!