What does the fox say? Awwwww.
And don’t get us started about the squirrels.
A fantastic Mrs. Fox and her kits have become celebrities on Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., campus.
A car chase in Phoenix, Ariz. today ended in a suspected carjacker committing suicide, and FOX News aired it live despite its five-second tape delay.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will surely be amused after news of his cameo appearance on an upcoming episode of The Simpsons leaked out.
And it’s not just your run-of-the-mill episode: Assange will appear on the 500th …
After allegations that the Muppets movie is meant to brainwash children, Jim Henson’s creations tell their side of the story.
It’s understandable that it’s the players (and sometimes managers) that are remembered for memorable World Series moments. But commentators?
It’s no secret that Glee has a flair for the dramatic, but this time it may have gone too far.
There’s a saying in sports that no one player is bigger than the team. The same can now apply to theme tunes for sports shows.
Usually, comedies come to an end when they stop being funny. And while you can argue that The Simpsons isn’t what it once was, a lack of laughs is not the reason being cited in this case.
It sounds like it could be one of Homer’s hilarious and destined-to-fail schemes. Or it’s apropos of Monty Burns, looking to profit in any possible way.
He’s not Tony Soprano, but he just might be the next on-screen gangster.