A recent piece of satire on one of my favorite sports websites prompted some research on another current favorite of mine – Lena Dunham. I realize that’s a substantial amount of a** kissing in one opening sentence but it’s true. Dunham is funny, unafraid to take risks and like her or not -- and plenty of people fall in the “or not” category -- she’s going to be around for a long time.
Much as we don't want to face the truth, this Thursday night '30 Rock' will finally close its doors after seven seasons with an hour-long episode, saying goodbye to our favorite NBC employees Liz, Jack, Jenna, Tracy and Kenneth. But thanks to a new venture from ice cream makers Ben & Jerry's, that end may not taste so bittersweet. The company has unveiled plans to dedicate a flavor to '30 Rock,' one whose name will be kept a secret until the series finale airs! Find out how you can have your own mandatory Liz Lemon ice cream party inside!
The Dallas Police Department is busy. The capable, dedicated men and women of the blue never rest on their quest to protect the ninth largest US city's 1.2 million people from murderers, thieves and errantly thrown bananas and pineapples. Wait. What?
Super Bowl Sunday is not an American holiday. Well, not an official one, anyway. But if it was, it'd be the best one, by far.
A minor league hockey team thought getting a few college students out on its ice for 'College Olympics' on Jan. 18 would make for memorable intermission entertainment. They were right…for all the wrong reasons.
As much as we enjoy Jay Pharoah's President Obama, he has nothing on Jason Sudeikis' Joe Biden. In the vast land of SNL political impressions, the veteran cast member's take on the Vice President of the United States is definitely top tier, generally stealing the spotlight from whoever else he is sharing the stage with. That means that a sketch completely centered around Biden's post-reelection victory party is more than welcome.
When Andy Samberg left SNL, we thought we'd never see another Lonely Island music video on the show again. This is a situation where we're ecstatic to have been wrong! Samberg and his crew (including a few cameos that you're bound to recognize) are back with a new song and new video and it's one of their best.
Many artists go to great, uncomfortable lengths to immerse themselves in their work. I'm not sure if you could call what Stuart Edgington and Kaitlin Snow have done in this video "art," but there's no questioning their commitment to this wonderfully offensive project.
Sometimes it seems like the whole world has got Bill Murray’s back.