The cult classic starring Lauren Ambrose.
Although Angela Lansbury would go on to reprise the role of J. B. Fletcher four more times in television movies between 1997 and 2003, this is the final episode of the CBS television series “Murder, She Wrote”, which aired on May 16, 1996.
Enjoy a primitive version of the famous theme song!
The BBC’s Louis Theroux shows you around the California city of Fresno.
We dare you to make it through the theme music while watching these in the dark. MUHAHAHA!
Chris Parker (Elisabeth Shue) thought babysitting was an easy gig until she started working for the Andersons. Directed by Chris Columbus.
The classic American comedy starring Meryl Streep and Roseanne Barr.
This BBC documentary compares the risks involved in taking twenty of the UK’s most dangerous drugs with some interesting results.
BIlly Wilder’s classic film noir from 1944.
A fascinating graphic documentary from HBO’s classic America Undercover series.
Here’s an old documentary from 1960 that explains the history and construction of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
It went missing from the schedule and people are desperately trying to find it. This is a cute form of rallying support.
Bill Maher probably thought he was going on “The View” for a nice chat. Instead, his segment was hijacked by Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
Here’s the scene from this week’s “Family Guy” that Stewie and Brian don’t want you to see it out of context.
Doesn’t feel much like a victory. Bioware and Felicia Day finish off their web series with a bang. Be sure to check out the Buzzfeed Exclusive behind the scenes sneak peek.
Obvious Warning: Spoilers. This supercut is 5 minutes and 40 seconds of 200 proof unfiltered ownage from the most badass show on television. VIDEO OF THE MILLENNIUM.
A behind the scenes look at Bert and Ernie doing voice work for Tom Tom GPS. They can now, definitely, tell you how to get to Sesame Street.
This may be the weirdest sketch SNL has done in a long time. Weird, but hilarious.
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This is amazing. My mind is blown.
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Barbara Walters and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles discuss why reptiles don’t seem to get Oscar nominations and various other items of import. This is possibly the best retro TMNT footage in existence.