How will you decide between hot but terrible presidents, Orphan Black clones, and Litchfield inmates? The choices are yours and yours alone.
Anal hasn’t always had a place on television.
Sometimes one episode of Frasier is enough to send you back.
Put the lime in the coconut… Then start sobbing uncontrollably about Bones.
“The world’s a lot better than you think it is…”
It was a cliff-hanger, people. A real cliff-hanger.
Can you get through this post without doing all these movements?
Series like FX’s The Strain are upping the ante on television violence. But there are plenty of other gruesome examples of televised gore. Warning: Potential spoilers ahead!
What the hell just happened? Beware: Spoilers for the ninth season finale!
She is not impressed, everyone. Not. Im. Pressed.
A Lannister always knows their facts.
There’s (sometimes) a motive to the madness.
“Thank god I am a conspiracy theorist and not a doomsday hysteric.” —Jack Hodgins, Bones
Because the world needs more cop shows.
Dammit, Jim, he’s a doctor. Not a…
You know you’re a Bonehead if you love the atrocious theme song. Spoilers for people who haven’t obsessively watched every episode of Bones.
Giant camels once roamed the Canadian arctic. Pretty cool, eh?
Museum of London osteologist Mike Henderson puts together a human skeleton like a boss. Or an osteologist. Either way, it’s a super cool time-lapse. Via laughingsquid.
These photos will turn your stomach. Krokodil is a street version of desomorphine, an opiate that’s 3 times more powerful and 10 times cheaper than heroin, and has become an epidemic in Russia. It’s so named because regular users develop gangrenous, scaly skin resembling that of a crocodile. Krokodil is made with such toxic chemicals that it rots the flesh and bones of its users. WARNING: Extremely graphic images.
The great debate of our times rages on.