Jughead's go-to milkshake flavor is coffee, btw.
As if anyone expected any better from his Reddit AMA.
AKA everything we learned during his recent Reddit AMA.
The internet is horrible.
Former ABC tech editor Nick Ross says he was gagged by his boss to appease the government.
Robert Simms spoke to BuzzFeed News – and punters on Reddit – about his plans for parliament.
He's following @NSA, but @NSA isn't following him back... Or are they?
You might need some tissues. Like, a lot of tissues.
Pollos Hermanos might be coming to a town near you!
Apparently he's planning a 3D sequel.
"Adam Scott smells like... lemons and possibility. Future and peppermint. Loyalty and vanilla ice cream." Amy Poehler A'd a few Q's to celebrate the release of her book Yes, Please.
"All I've ever wanted was to move out of the small town I was born into and find happiness," the Parks & Rec fan told BuzzFeed. "If Leslie Knope says it's possible then who am I to argue?"
Let's a deep dive into the mind of Director Phil Coulson. Potential S.H.E.I.L.D. spoilers.
The author of the book turned movie answered fan questions on Reddit, and it's definitely worth a read.
Lil Jon speaks on the internet exactly how you thought he would. YEAHHHHHHH.
The Full House guys took to Reddit to answer questions, and proved why they were the three best "dads" on television.
The Sherlock star created the most potent prompt for slash fiction in the history of the universe.
The actor took to Reddit for a rather vulgar discussion about meat, wood, and women. Because what else would he discuss?
Your world will never be the same.
Forget magazine profiles and late-night shows — the hottest booking in show business right now is a Reddit AMA.
And two other takeaways from reigning champ Brad Keselowski's Reddit AMA.
This story is a lot of what it is.
Reddit's "Ask Me Anything" prompted even President Barack Obama to answer questions about his life. But redditors want more information.
Everyone's favorite billionaire did an AMA on Christmas Eve, proving once again, he's the best.
The '80s teen goddess did an Ask Me Anything on Reddit, revealing that she drinks the blood of teen stars and why she still loves "The Breakfast Club."