It's evil against evil when H.P. Lovecraft's tentacled monster Cthulhu takes on George Lucas's baddy space priests from 'Star Wars.'
This surprisingly adorable stop-motion animated video was crafted by YouTuber Komelsky and his kids. Creating Cthulhu out of carrots was a real stroke of genius, we think. But who wins when the evil Jedi come to destroy the infamous Lovecraftian horror?
Everybody in China rides bicycles. True, they've been warming up to cars in recent years, but you'll still find far more two-wheelers there than in the US. Decades of relying on bikes has made the Chinese expert cyclists to the point where some can ride on just one wheel. "Do you mean a unicycle?" No, we don't mean a unicycle. Not exactly.
A good reporter does what it takes to get the story, no matter what. By that measure, Cody Bloomsburg of The Lewiston Tribune in Lewiston, ID is a great reporter.
The intrepid Bloomsburg willingly allowed Lewiston police to both taser him and blast him in the face with pepper spray all in the name of... well, that's unclear. Seems like we all already know that tasers and pepper spray really hurt, even if we haven't experienced the pain firsthand.
When we first heard about dubstep, our reaction was something like, "This is dance music? How do we actually ... dance to it?" Dancer NONSTOP (a.k.a Marquese Scott) shows us how in the video below -- unfortunately, we probably won't be able to move quite like him.
Soccer star Walter Pandiani of RCD Espanyol won a match against the Getafe football club this weekend with a last-minute goal. Naturally, the press wanted to talk to him immediately, but with no time to shower, Pandiani couldn't stop sweating through the entire interview and soaked his dress shirt clean through by the conversation's end.
Telecommuters, stay-at-home parents, students and even the unemployed: Sketch group Killing My Lobster knows about you... and they're horrified by you.
KML's 'Why Is Everybody Here?' is a note-perfect 'Twilight Zone' parody that frames modern life in San Francisco as a hellish nightmarescape where decent, working folks simply can't escape the hoards of underemployed citizens just hanging out. "I don't understand. Why is it so crowded here on a Wednesday?!"
'The Office' premiered its eighth season last night, and for the second year in the a row, the employees of Dunder Mifflin are just catching onto something that's already old news on the internet. Last fall they treated us to an office-wide lip dub, and this year they've finally discovered planking.
Fred Rogers died in February 2003, meaning there are nearly nine years' worth of kids who've been born into and grown up in a world without Mister Rogers.
Don't dwell on it, though -- Rogers wouldn't want you to. Instead, remember the good times with this compilation of Rogers singing his show's iconic theme song, which he did almost 900 times over the 30+ years that 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' was on the air. Best. Neighbor. Ever.
It's been a big week for 'Modern Family.' The hit comedy won five Emmy award, had a great third-season premiere and, now, Sofia Vergara's character, Gloria, has gotten her very own supercut.
The sexy actress isn't afraid to get a lot of comedic mileage out of her thick Colombian accent and her character's frequent mispronunciations of English words have become a running joke. Happily, Guyism has done us the service of compiling the best of those moments from two seasons worth of 'Modern Family' episodes.
Just because Jonah Hill is suddenly svelte doesn't mean he can't still get hurt feelings.
The 'Moneyball' actor appeared on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' to show off his recent dramatic weight loss and to tell the host about his many upcoming projects, one of which is 'Allen Gregory,' a new animated series on Fox. But Hill had a couple of unpleasant encounters with actor Matthew Morrison at the Fox upfronts, and used his 'Late Night' appearance to call out the 'Glee' star publicly.
Picture this: You just moved to a new city, and in an effort to unclutter your life, you brought only the bare essentials to your new apartment. Maybe that includes a kitchen knife. It probably doesn't include a knife sharpener, though.
But now, through overuse and/or improper care, that one kitchen knife can barely slice through a stick of butter, and you're too poor frugal to buy something new.
It's pretty awesome when you find out that the actors who play BFFs on TV really are just as tight off-screen. Zach Braff and Donald Faison, who played the bestest of best friends for eight years on 'Scrubs,' are long on record as being super close and even having been roommates in real life.
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