It's everybody's favorite hero hitchhiker Kai, the hatchet-wielding head smasher! Only this time instead of smashing skulls, he's playing a guitar, which is significantly less terrifying, but equally entertaining, it turns out.
There's something special about Florida. Not the Keys or the Everglades. Really it's the propensity for weird news that gets us. Strange things are always happening down there. If you're familiar with the bizarre state, @_FloridaMan on Twitter will delight you.
Congratulations are in order for Ellen DeGeneres after last night's Grammys. She didn't win an award, but she did do something possibly better -- say what we were all thinking about Katy Perry's boobs. With her face. On camera. Take a look.
Left on her own without legal representation, this girl (who was awaiting arraignment for a first arrest) was in over her head. It probably also didn't help that she didn't get the sobering reality of being physically present in court to knock some sense into her, since this is a video arraignment taking place from jail, where she is nervous and surrounded by other inmates. Oh, and it doesn't help that this judge is clearly some kind of jerk.
If the guy swapping spit with Bar Refaeli in that GoDaddy Super Bowl commercial looked familiar, it's because you've seen him before. Dozens of times. His name is Jesse Heiman, and he plays a nerd in basically everything.
Will Ferrell filmed an ad for Old Milwaukee that aired during the Super Bowl last night. But you probably didn't see it. The ad only played in three places -- Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Glendive, Montana.
This Toyota commercial has got all the necessary ingredients for a big hit at the Super Bowl. There's Kaley Cuoco from 'The Big Bang Theory,' music by Skee-Lo and a guy in a rabbit suit. We're betting there's no shortage of men who don't mind imagining Cuoco as a wish-granting genie. You know, because she could like make enormous trays of nachos appear whenever. Not for any perverted reasons. It's the Super Bowl. Let's keep it clean, fellas.
There are so many great moments in every episode of '30 Rock' that it can be hard to notice all the little things. That's why we're glad this supercut showing Tracy Jordan's assistant Dot Com as a persecuted intellectual exists...
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