Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of this or any generation's most talented actors, died today at the age of 46. He left behind a profound, but tragically incomplete, body of work. Below is just a taste of what Lester Bangs would surely call an “honest and unmerciful" career.
From the depths of Lorne Michaels' secret dungeon archive come these classic, outtake-riddled auditions tapes from some comedy legends.
Jay-Z's latest album "Magna Carta Holy Grail" will be released later this summer, here are some alternate titles that ended up on the cutting room floor.
Maybe it's the absurdity. Maybe it's the brevity. Maybe it's the man in a giant banana suit holding an umbrella. Regardless, laugh and regret nothing.
"Siri, call Mom. Wait, why are you yelling at me? Who is Julia?"
With this much power so young, soon he will be leading his own coup d'état . An adorable coup d'état, with naps and cartoons.
What adds more emotion and depth to storylines about genocide, nuclear nonproliferation, ensuring equality for all people and asserting America's moral leadership across the globe? A laugh track.
This is either a record setting episode of The Price Is Right or an elaborate piece of performance art by Zach Galifianakis. Either way, looks like Bob's made a new best friend that day.
On the internet, no one knows you're not Brent Musburger. But everyone knows you're not Bruce Lee.
Judging from their abilities on land, these flightless birds should remain grounded. Though, you've got to admire their ability to bounce back like they didn't just fall off of a glacier.
A New York judge has overturned New York City's ban on the sale of large, sugary drinks. If you find yourself a little confused about it all, let Keenan, Kel and the gang break down the details.
Nothing to see here. Just electricity and fun. Certainly nothing happens that one wouldn't expect to happen when playing with electrified farm equipment.
Some people are jerks. And a lot of those jerks have internet access. See how some of those jerks wake up their "friends."
A great American is asking the Obama Administration to change the national anthem to R. Kelly's "2003 hit "Ignition (Remix)." The petitioner notes the need for a song that is "hot and fresh out the kitchen."
The West Wing's commander-in-chief has a way with words. Sometimes those words inspire eye rolls from his staff, but more often than not, Bartlet hits it out of the the Presidential park.
Hal Holbrook called them "an abomination" in that movie with Jim from The Office. Well pipe down, Hal, because miniature horses are tiny and awesome.
MTV lost music. The Learning Channel lost anything resembling learning. Now, the History Channel has jumped the proverbial prehistoric predecessor to the modern shark.
I don't know how much more descriptive I can be: this is a video of four pugs wearing winter hats and coats going sledding. You'll regret not watching this.