Yes. You did read that correctly.
Do you know that you can play Monopoly: Horse Lovers Edition? Yes, I know. It has blown my mind.
What’s the deal with all these quizzes?
Also known as “The One That Was Written By A Kid.” (via reddit.com)
OOOOOOOOONNNNNEEEEE ONNNNEEE ONNNNEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
JD and Turk for ever.
It’s like math and movies had an awesome baby.
After Hurricane Sandy shut down production of Cold Comes The Night, Bryan Cranston told the movie’s production assistants to each submit a script, and he would star in his favorite one during the downtime. This video is the result of that contest.
Let the Buzz see the Feed.
Pinkies up, crumpets down, let’s do this!
Time to deduce.
Sometimes sci-fi predicts the future better than science. Agent Gabriel Vaughn has been enhanced with a microchip in his brain that gives him direct access to the global information grid. How long until science fiction becomes science fact? Intelligence, Monday 10/9c, only on CBS.
Plus Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese, to name a few.
Eight years on, the idiots are winning.
Like, why is this a Christmas classic in the first place?
So many ladies, so many feelings — so little time in your TV watching schedule.
They are describing the correct show, right?
Watch one of these instead of It’s a Wonderful Life for the zillionth time this Christmas.
“Jesse! Let’s cook, nay… bake.”
Honestly, who doesn’t these days?
See the history behind the things you find pretty.
We’re getting married, bitch!
The award-winning filmmaker on executing Shonda Rhimes’ vision, becoming the next Mark Wahlberg, and all the black women filmmakers you’re not paying attention to.
Which of these BFFs is the BEST BFF? With June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson from the new movie Ass Backwards.
Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
Because some books deserve to be their own movie.
WARNING: Do not read if you haven’t eaten yet.
“Rosebud.” = You like sleds.