If the real world were a television show, last night’s announcement of Osama bin Laden’s death would be a season finale.
Just like with soccer, it’s something Americans only pretend to care about for a short period of time.
Today, we take a look back at some of Michael Scott’s most vital life lessons from his tenure at Dunder Mifflin.
Sure, he’s had more inappropriate, awkward and flat-out offensive moments in his time on The Office, but there’s another reason we’ll miss Michael Scott (and Steve Carell) when he leaves the show for good after April 28 (*sniff*): He’s also a loyal, sweet and standup guy … when he can figure out how to be. Here are our most cherished “good Michael” moments from Carell’s unforgettable time on The Office.
This episode won’t do well on iTunes.
Ultimate GILF: The Search for America’s Sexiest Senior Citizen, capitalizing on the renewed interest in programming for the elderly.
America has trouble understanding a joke.
Will we care when ‘Mad Men’ finally comes back?
Warm up for your own epic drinking adventure tonight with these 9 hilarious drunken escapades from recent TV past.
2 spot-on, hilarious video shorts—truly the sort of gifts that keep on giving.
Confirmed as Third Coach on ‘The Voice.’
Charlie Sheen is definitely riding the crazy train these days. But at least he’s keeping us entertained! The following are quotes from Mr. Sheen’s roughly 10-minute interview on “Today”.
We’re not sure why, but we have some pretty unrealistic speculations.
Here are 10 totally scary and weird things I learned from watching ‘Extreme Couponing’ on TLC.
So, did she or didn’t she?
“The more I saw it in website comments sections, mocking the sadness of others, the more I realized what the Internet was really demanding: more intense emotional close-ups of my face.”
Warning: Some language/topics/stupidity may be NSFW.
suggestions on how to make some of our favorite shows like ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Fringe,’ ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ and more even better.